Tri-City Ledger -

By Joe Thomas
Ledger Editor 

Complaints prompt ATV crackdown


June 28, 2018

Flomaton Police Chief Bryan Davis said officers will begin cracking down on four-wheelers, golf carts and other ATV's being driven on public roads.

Davis said his office has received numerous complaints about non street-legal vehicles on public roads.

He said to be driven on a public road a vehicle must be tagged, carry insurance and have all proper lights.

Lambert noted that law does not apply to non-motorized vehicles like bicycles, but did note state law requires anyone under the age of 16 to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle.

“We don't want to see anybody get hurt,” Davis said. ...

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