The North Country had a great time this past weekend sharing its' beauty, miles of terrain and riding excitement with riders from throughout New England and Canada. It was great to see all the visitors filling the local hotels, restaurants and downtown areas. The Jericho ATV festival was held at the Jericho State Park and riders enjoyed fun and festivities. See festival link here: http://jerichoatvfestival.com/
Harden Law Offices would like to welcome all OHRV enthusiasts to the Great North Woods. As OHRV operators have recently been permitted to ride on highways in certain areas of the north country, it is important to be aware of the New Hampshire State Laws and follow the local ordinances.
Off Highway Recreational Vehicles (OHRV) have many special rules that apply. New rules related to road usage in Berlin and Gorham have permitted OHRV travel on the towns roads: https://www.nhstateparks.org/uploads/pdf/OHRV-Rules_for_Highway-Use.pdf OHRV use is a great family activity that allows young riders to accompany parents and friends. If something should go wrong and you find yourself in trouble, it is important that you call an experienced, aggressive and trust criminal defense lawyer. I have represented those accused of crimes for nearly 20 years. See my website here: http://dwilawyernh.net/criminal-defense-lawyer-northern-new-hampshire/
If you, a friend or a family member are charged with a DWI, DUI, crime or OHRV/motor vehicle violation in northern NH, be sure to contact Len Harden at Harden Law Offices, 603-788-2080. I have the experience and knowledge to help you navigate the criminal justice system. A complete listing of OHRV laws can be found at http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/NHTOC/NHTOC-XVIII-215-A.htm
Leonard D. Harden