Why should I number my snowmobile?
Idaho snowmobile owners are legally obligated to number their snowmobiles on or before November 1 of each year.
How do I number a new or used snowmobile?
How do I renew my snowmobile certificate of number?
How much are certificate of number fees?
Certificate of number fees are $45.50 for residents and $59.50 non-residents and $75.50 for rental machines. Resident 2-year for $89.50 and non-resident 2-year for $117.50.
How long is my sticker valid?
For one year. All certificates of number are valid from November 1 to October 31 of the following year. Idaho Code 67-7103
Do I have to number my snowmobile if I am a not a resident of Idaho?
Idaho requires all out-of-state snowmobilers to purchase a nonresident snowmobile user certificate. The certificate costs $59.50 and is available at authorized snowmobile registration vendors. It is good for a period of one year. Short term certificates are not available. Nonresidents may designate their certificate fees to the county snowmobile program of their primary use.
Where do I put the certificate of number stickers on my snowmobile?
The validation sticker shall be located on the snowmobile and shall be completely visible and shall be maintained in legible condition whenever the snowmobile is in operation.
Where do my certificate of number dollars go?
Back into your sport! Certificate of number dollars collected go back into programs that benefit snowmobilers. You can designate which Idaho county you want your certificate of number dollars to go. Each county with a snowmobile program is entitled to 85% of the numbering fees designated for that county. The money may only be used for county snowmobile programs such as maintenance and operation of snowmobile trail groomers, signing of snowmobile trails, plowing parking lots, and maintaining warming shelters. Up to 15% of the state snowmobile account generated each year may be used by the department for administrative costs, such as the cost of the sticker and mailing renewal notices.