Buda says OK to ATVs
BUDA — The Buda Village Board announced a new ordinance regarding ATV, UTV, and golf cart usage on village streets. The announcement was made at the council’s bi-monthly meeting Monday. The new village law goes into effect Nov. 1.
The ordinance will regulate such vehicles within village roads to ensure the safety of residents. Those who drive such vehicles will be required to obtain a yearly permit from the village police chief. Permits are $25 for the first year and $20 for subsequent years.
The ordinance does not pertain to roads outside the village limits. The ordinance will apply to village and non-village operators of such vehicles. The ordinance does not permit the usage of go-carts or Baja buggies and similar motorized vehicles. Motorized wheelchairs will not be affected by the ordinance.
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