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11.07.030 Restrictions on Use of Wheeled All-Terrain Vehicles on City Streets.
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A. Any person who operates or rides as a passenger in a wheeled all-terrain vehicle must wear a securely fastened motorcycle helmet while the WATV is in motion, unless the WATV is equipped with seat belts and roll bars or an enclosed passenger compartment;

B. A person may not operate a wheeled all-terrain vehicle upon a City street with a speed limit in excess of thirty-five (35) miles per hour; however, a person may cross a City street with a speed limit in excess of thirty-five (35) miles per hour at a controlled intersection if the crossing begins and ends on a City street with a speed limit of thirty-five (35) miles per hour or less and occurs at an intersection of approximately ninety (90) degrees;

C. A person may operate a wheeled all-terrain vehicle upon any City street while being used under the authority or direction of an appropriate agency that engages in emergency management, as defined in RCW 46.09.310, or search and rescue, as defined in RCW 38.52.010, or a law enforcement agency, as defined in RCW 16.52.011, within the scope of the agency’s official duties;

D. A person who operates a wheeled all-terrain vehicle shall carry proof of current liability insurance in compliance with, and with overage limits at least equivalent to the amounts set forth in, Chapter 46.29 RCW; and

E. Wheeled all-terrain vehicles, and the use thereof, are subject to the applicable regulations and requirements set forth in Chapter 46.55 RCW. (Ord. 2376, 2019) (Ord. 2376, 2019.)

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