OFA is not opposed expanding on-road access for selected forms of off-road vehicles. However, OFA reiterated concerns of potential increased incidents of trespass by off-road vehicle riders. OFA requested that a public awareness campaign be launched to enhance public awareness that farmland and other rural property is mostly private and that anyone wishing access private property must first obtain the permission of the owner. The consequences of trespass and the provisions of the Off-Road Vehicles Act should also be conveyed. Furthermore, should the proposed amendment to Ontario Regulation 316/03 made under the Highway Traffic Act be adopted, the government must ensure enforcement officers have full knowledge of the provisions in the Trespass to Property Act, the Off-Road Vehicles Act and Ontario Regulation 316/03 made under the Highway Traffic Act regarding on-highway operation of off-road vehicles for agricultural purposes and enforcement of trespass by off-road vehicles.