Chapter 10.16
ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES AND MOTORCYCLES

Sections:

10.16.010    Prohibited where.

10.16.020    Parent or guardian – Responsibility.

10.16.030    Operator and/or owner – Responsibility.

10.16.040    Operation on private property – Applicability of chapter.

10.16.050    Penalty for violation.

10.16.010 Prohibited where.

In addition to the restrictions otherwise imposed by the laws of the state regulating the use and operation of all-terrain vehicles, it is unlawful to operate any all-terrain vehicle, motorcycle or motor-driven cycle in the city outside of the curb line or lateral boundary of any city street. [Ord. 242 § 1, 1977].

10.16.020 Parent or guardian – Responsibility.

The parent of any child and the guardian of any ward shall not authorize or knowingly permit any such child or ward to violate any provisions of this chapter. [Ord. 242 § 2, 1977].

10.16.030 Operator and/or owner – Responsibility.

Whenever an act or omission is declared to be unlawful in this chapter, if the operator of the all-terrain vehicle, motorcycle or motor-driven cycle is not the owner of such vehicle, but is operating or moving the same with the expressed or implied permission of the owner, then the operator and/or owner are both subject to the provisions of this chapter with the primary responsibility that of the owner. [Ord. 242 § 3, 1977].

10.16.040 Operation on private property – Applicability of chapter.

The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to the operation of vehicles on land owned by the owner or operator of the vehicle. [Ord. 242 § 4, 1977].

10.16.050 Penalty for violation.

Any person violating the provisions of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of not more than $250.00. [Ord. 242 § 5, 1977].