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Snowmobiler's code should be observed at all times to keep you and others safe on the trails and to reduce the risk of getting injured.

Snowboarders Responsibility Code
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, 2003 Snowmobile Manual

1.       I will be a good sport. I recognize that people judge all snowmobile owners by my actions. I will use my influence with other snowmobile owners to promote proper sports conduct.

2.    I will not litter any trails. I will not pollute streams or lakes.

3.    I will not damage living trees, shrubs, or other natural features.

4.    I will respect other people’s property and rights.

5.    I will lend a helping hand when I see someone in distress.

6.    I will make myself and my vehicle available to assist search and rescue parties.

7.    I will not interfere with or harass hikers, skiers, snowshoed hikers or other   winter sports enthusiasts. I will respect their rights to enjoy our recreation facilities.

8.    I will learn and obey all federal, state and local rules regulating the operation of snowmobiles in areas where I use my vehicle. I will inform public officials, as required, when using public lands.

9.    I will not harass wildlife. I will avoid areas posted for the protection or feeding of wildlife.

10.  I will only use marked trails, areas or roads open to snowmobiles. I will not travel cross-country when prohibited.