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802-447-SNOW (7669) * www.snobusters.com

Over 100 Miles of the Best Groomed Trails in Vermont

Located at the Heart of the Green Mountain National Forest in nearby Southern Vermont, along Route 9 Just a short drive from Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York

2016-2017 TMA & MEMBERSHIP FEES

ONE SLED PER FORM

CLUB DUES ARE INCLUDED IN ALL TMA FEES

Early Bird and Family TMA’s ONLY AVAILABLE UNTIL 12/15/2016

***** A PICTURE OF YOUR CURRENT SNOWMOBILE REGISTRATION MUST ACCOMPANY ALL APPLICATIONS. *****

Attach copy of registration here: Only JPG, JPEG, PNG & GIF files are allowed.

Regular – Registered in Vermont
Choose this if snowmobile is registered in VT $160 ea.
Regular – Registered Out-Of-State
Choose this if snowmobile is NOT registered in VT $200 ea.
3-Day Consecutive Pass – Does NOT include liability insurance $75 ea. – AVAILABLE AFTER DECEMBER 15th
TMA/Membership Amount $
Online Processing Fee $
Club Patch $5 ea. $
Club Trail Map $3 ea. $
Equipment Support Donations – Thank You! $
TOTAL $

VAST TMA INFORMATION

YEAR:
Manufacturer Select One : Artic Cat Ski Doo BRP Polaris Yamaha Or Other Manufacturer: and Model:
Registration Number
State Registered in
Snowmobile serial # or Vin #
First Name
Middle Initial
Last name

LIABILITY INSURANCE IS MANDATORY

CLUB MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

First Name
Middle Initial
Last name
Street
City/Town
State
Zip Code
E-mail
Phone Number

Please be sure to read and sign the Code of Ethics and the Limited Liability Statement. Signature is to receive TMA & Club Membership

— CODE OF ETHICS —

The Club has adopted the same code of ethics as those of the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers. They are as Follows

1) I will be a good sportsman. I recognize that many people will judge all snowmobile owners by my actions. I will use my influence with other snowmobilers to promote sportsmanlike conduct.

2) I will maintain clean trails and use areas. I will work to insure clean and pure streams and lakes.

3) I will safe guard all living trees, shrubs, and other natural features.

4) I will respect other peoples’ property and rights.

5) I will lend a helping hand when I see others in distress.

6) I will make myself and vehicle available to assist search and rescue.

7) I will respect the rights of hikers, skiers, snowshoers, ice fishermen, and other sportsmen. I will respect their right to enjoy our recreational facilities.

8) I will energetically strive to bring other winter recreational participants to recognize and respect my rights as a snowmobiler, explaining my needs

and, at the same time, listen to their needs.

9) I will learn and obey all federal,provincial, state, and local rules regulating the operation, of snowmobiles in areas where I use my vehicle. I will inform public officials, as , when using public lands.

10) I will not harass wildlife and will always avoid areas posted for the protection or feeding of wildlife.

11) I will use marked trails,areas, and roads open to snowmobiles. I will not travel where prohibited.

LIMITED LIABILITY STATEMENT

As a member of a snowmobile club I, the undersigned, owner of the snowmobile described above, declare that I am liable for the use of a trail in conformance with the snowmobile laws and rules of the state of Vermont. I declare that I am well aware of the risk related to the presence of tree branches, stones,and soil on the trail as well as the risks related to the maintenance and signing of a trail. I consequently declare that I deny my own recourse to any damage, be it of any kind, that could happen to me in the use of a trail.

I also pledge that I will inform any person to whom I would lend or rent the snowmobile that I own, of the risk above mentioned and will advise them that the association, the club or the owners of the trail do not assume any responsibility for the damages they could undergo while using a trail.

I have read and understand the Code of Ethics and the Limited Liability Statement.

All snowmobilers born after July 1,1983 must have (and carry with them when riding) a Vermont Safety Certificate or equivalent.

Please Enter Your Name Here ( It will act act as you legal signature ):

Date:

SIGNATURE REQUIRED TO RECEIVE TMA & CLUB MEMBERSHIP