d Operate a motorized scooter without a valid drivers license or instruction

D operate a motorized scooter without a valid drivers

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that meets the standards described in Section 21212, if the operator is under 18 years of age. (d) Operate a motorized scooter without a valid driver’s license or instruction permit. (e) Operate a motorized scooter with any passengers in addition to the operator. (f) Operate a motorized scooter carrying any package, bundle, or article that prevents the operator from keeping at least one hand upon the handlebars. (g) Operate a motorized scooter upon a sidewalk, except as may be necessary to enter or leave adjacent property. (h) Operate a motorized scooter on the highway with the handlebars raised so that the operator must elevate his or her hands above the level of his or her shoulders in order to grasp the normal steering grip area. (i) Leave a motorized scooter lying on its side on any side walk, or park a motorized scooter on a sidewalk in any other position, so that there is not an adequate path for pedestrian traffic. (j) Attach the motorized scooter or himself or herself while on the roadway, by any means, to any other vehicle on the roadway. The Governor of California signed a proposed bill from Assemblyman Heath Flora called Assembly Bill 2989, a bill regarding the use of motorized scooters. This bill prohibited
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  • Spring '17
  • Discussion , Miles per hour, Sidewalk, Bill 2989, Scooter Assembly Bill

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