The Motorized Hunting Rule affirms that the use of a “motorized vehicle” is an aid to hunting and restricts travel to “established roadways.” What does that mean?

Answer:

Using a motorized vehicle to travel off established roads to transport hunters to and from hunting spots is considered an “aid to hunting.”  The rules do not affect travel on established roads open and capable of travel by full-sized vehicles.  If in doubt, stay on the road.