RENO — Nevadans are facing a deadline today to register their off-highway vehicles under a new state law, but only a fraction of owners have done so.
As of mid-June, 12,335 OHVs were registered with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, but that’s less than 1 percent of the estimated 260,000 in the state, said Paul Jackson, chairman of the Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles.
He told the Reno Gazette-Journal (http://on.rgj.com/1aqc3gW ) that he expects registrations to pick up considerably after today’s deadline, and violators could be cited.
“We are expecting the floodgates to open,” he said.
The registration program, …