If your sled is licensed in your home state, South Dakota will honor that license. There is not a separate trail sticker needed for out of staters to ride on the South Dakota trail system. So.. if your sled is licensed come on over and ride. If your state does not license sleds or you have an unlicensed sled you can buy a short term S.D.license at most of the businesses on the trail. I believe they are good for a couple weeks and cost $40.
Remember that in addition to having your sled licensed you need to have proof of liability insurance to operate your sled in South Dakota.
I've seen the tags on facebook I know you've already been riding in the hills :eyebrows:
Haha honestly haven't ridden there in 5+ years Tommy, the black hills tag is just the ongoing joke. Might head out there for some beginner rider training though so wanted to see if non res permits worked.
I was just out there and was well aware that the pictures you posted looked nothing like what I experienced :face-icon-small-hap. Can't wait till Spring Break to head further west! Not to mention finishing school this year and potentially moving to Colorado!
Who is the beginner though?? Got a new girl to teach?