Roy Weddleton
  Concord, NH 03301
(603) 228-1360 •

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Driving a Snowmobile Under the Influence IS a Big Deal

Roy Weddleton

What I Do

  • Probate Estates
  • Wills
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    Effective January 1, 2005, operating a car AND even a snowmobile while under the influence of alcohol (DUI) is now a Class B Misdemeanor criminal offense.

    If convicted, you will liable for paying fines up to $1,200 and will lose your privilege to operate a snowmobile for a minimum of 90 days and a maximum of 180 days for the first offense.

    Non-residents are also likely to lose their riding privileges at home because of agreements New Hampshire has set up with many other states. So beware Massachusetts residents!

    Fish and Game Conservation Officers will be conducting sobriety checkpoints as well as DUI enforcement patrols on trails throughout the state. They are trained in the detection of impaired operators and are authorized to stop riders for just about any reason -- from speeding to equipment malfunction.

    So be forewarned.

    If you have questions or want additional information,
    call Attorney Weddleton at 603-228-1360 or e-mail him
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