Joe, I think that would be a reasonable, standard process for any event, private or public.
By the way, that photo on his facebook page is obviously not the pine barrens.
Whatever the reason, the intersection just past his gate floods big time. If he is required to have insurance for this event there would be no escape route. I just don't see how his insurance company would allow anything like this. The road he has a contract for is only so wide and anyone who deviates from it would be on state land. It just would be impossible to keep that from happening.
I have been to several events where on private property the vehicles are not required to be registered, including drag racing, mud racing and motorcycle events. Entrants are required to sign a damage responsibility form to participate in the event, and I do realize that photo is not the pines i was referring to the gate not on his property
I was not thinking of state registration. I think Miller means to register by just listing who you are, your license number, etc.
Yes, I knew you knew it was not our pines in the photo, I was just making a general comment for all.