Hmm it makes sense for them to oppose this but, sounds like it will be happening soon with or without their "ok". I am glad, it will help all the communities near Oliver Springs. Maybe if OS doesnt want to take responsibillity maybe Coalfield or Petros will feel the Gap (not sure how well that would go) also reading the laws associated with ATV's i Came across this
(c) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, three- or four-wheel all-terrain
vehicles may be operated on State Route 116 between Railroad Street and Beech Grove Lane
within the jurisdiction of Lake City in Anderson County. Drivers operating vehicles in such
manner shall obey the rules of the road and operate with due care. While on the authorized
portion of State Route 116, such vehicles shall display tail lamps and headlights. Headlights on
such vehicles shall, under normal atmospheric conditions and on a level road, produce a driving
light sufficient to render clearly discernible a person two hundred feet (200') ahead. A violation
section is a Class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine only
of not more than fifty dollars ($50.00). [Acts 1982, ch.
I am not sure where this section of road is but this is state law so why cant this be passed in other places to?
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