2010 Tennessee Code
Title 70 - Wildlife Resources
Chapter 9 - Tennessee Off-Highway Vehicle Act
70-9-102 - Legislative intent.
70-9-102. Legislative intent.
The number of off-highway vehicle users in the state is increasing and is growing as a recognized recreational activity while the number of recreational sites is rapidly declining. In the absence of a program to manage off-highway vehicle (OHV) use, a number of consequences are accruing to the state, including environmental damage and loss of economic prospects. Therefore, the general assembly finds the need to manage OHVs to maximize economic and recreational opportunities, to protect the environment of this state, and to ensure that adequate revenue is generated for such purpose.
[Acts 2004, ch. 622, § 3.]
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