Wyanet OKs ATV ordinance
WYANET — The Wyanet Village Board approved an ATV ordinance that will go into effect next month. Wyanet Police Chief Todd Marquez explained the ordinance outlines the ATV registration requirements and also the rules that have been established.
All ATVs, including golf carts; side-by-sides; two, three or tracked vehicles; must be registered by filling out a registration form and paying the $15 per unit per year fee. Permits must be displayed on each vehicle.
Drivers must be at least 16 years old and have a valid driver’s license. No child under the age of 16 shall ride in front of the driver. Drivers must follow all traffic laws and traffic signs, plus obey a 20 mile per hour speed limit at all times. Only two riders are allowed on a four-wheeler. All vehicles must have a head light and/or tail/brake lights. No ATVs are allowed on sidewalks except in certain circumstances.
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