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The NI Communities ORV Operation permits forms can be downloaded, and filled out on your computer.
A minimum of 2 copies of each printed, and then taken in person (along with your valid Drivers License, ORV registration, proof of ICBC Hwy crossing insurance, and proof of off-road liability insurance) to the appropriate RCMP Detachment, Where the Operation Permit must be validated by a local RCMP Officer from that local Detachment.
"You may not ride into a community unless you have a validated Operation Permit to access that community.”
You can join the CR ATV Club locally at North Island Propeller, or by attending a meeting.
You can also join the club online by going to: http://atvbc.ca/membership-options/?
Our club is part of ATVBC (Quad Riders ATV Association) . The bulk of your club dues are for your ATVBC Membership.
Club membership entitles you to significant off road vehicle (ORV) insurance discounts.
In BC, ATVs, UTVs and Snomobiles (all classed as Off Road Vehicles or ORVs) are required to be insured.
Note: As of June 1 2015 ORV/ATVS must be registered and may be licensed and insured to cross roads at stop signed crossings.
Be sure to take proof of membership when you purchase your insurance.
To drive on Forest Service roads or Public/Crown land in BC. It is mandatory to carry liability insurance. A separate ICBC insurance is required to cross roadways. Roadways may only be crossed at controlled intersections. Club members can receive a significant discount on the cost of your ATV insurance. The Discount can be increased by completing an ATV Safety Course
More benefits to joining an ATV club:
Find good places to ride and Good people to ride with.
DID YOU KNOW?
By joining a local club you are choosing to support the ATV/SxS sport in B.C. to ensure that we have areas to ride for future generations.
While many people join a club for the maintained trails and social experience, there is much more to ATV/SxS clubs than just that.
There are volunteers in the clubs that negotiate with government to manage these areas and work hard to meet the ongoing requirements of these agreements.
There are many well funded groups getting organized and advocating to have us removed from the backcountry.
WE NEED TO STAY ORGANIZED, HAVE STRONG MEMBERSHIP NUMBERS AND SUPPORT THE VOLUNTEERS THAT KEEP THIS ALL GOING SO THAT THOSE THAT WANT TO RIDE CAN CONTINUE TO DO SO.
We meet the last Wed of the month. Dinner 6:00 Meeting 7:00 (Check Forum or Home Page for location)
An opportunity to learn and share your quading knowledge and experiences with others.
The Executive for the Campbell River ATV Club
President - Jamie Subject
Vice President - Greg Owen
Secretary - Debbie Owen
Treasurer - Ron May
Membership Director - Steve Jansen
Ride Director - Dan Kelson
North Island Access Director - Mike Coulter
Director - Barry Hammelgarn