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A. Gaining Entry Requires Permission: It shall be unlawful for any person to take down any fence, let down any bars, open any gate, or to ride or drive upon the premises of another without the permission of the owner or the occupant thereof.
B. Town Owned Property Not Designated: It is unlawful for any person to drive or park any motor vehicle, motorcycle or motor driven cycle upon any Town owned property not designated for vehicular traffic, or park on the same, without the permission of the Town Council.
C. Private Property: It is unlawful for any person to operate any type of motor vehicle, including, but not limited to, motorcycles, trail bikes, dune buggies, motor scooters, jeeps or all-terrain vehicles, upon the private property of another, without first obtaining written permission of the person in lawful possession of the premises, or if the property is unoccupied, the owner of the property.
D. Public Property: It is unlawful for any person to operate any type of motor vehicle, including, but not limited to, motorcycles, trail bikes, dune buggies, motor scooters, jeeps or all-terrain vehicles, upon any public property, except dedicated streets, highways or alleys, without first obtaining the written permission of the public entity which is in possession of such property, or if the property is unoccupied, the public entity which owns said property.
E. Written Permission: Every person who operates any type of motor vehicle upon the private property of another or upon any public property, except as hereinabove provided, at all times while so operating such motor vehicle, shall maintain in his possession the written permission required by subsections C and D of this section, except that, if the same document grants permission to two (2) or more persons, a person named in said document need not have in his possession, while another person named in the said document riding in the same group, and not more than three hundred feet (300') from said person, has such document in his possession.
F. Exceptions: This section shall not prohibit the use of such property by the following:
1. Emergency vehicles;
2. Vehicles of commerce in the course of normal business operation;
3. Vehicles being operated on property devoted to commercial or industrial purposes where such operating is in conjunction with the commercial or industrial use, and permission for such operation is implied or expressly given by the person in possession of said property;
4. Vehicles operated on property actually used for residential purposes when such vehicles are there at the expressed or implied invitation of the owner or occupants;
5. Vehicles being operated on public or private parking lots where permission to do so is implied or expressly given by the person in possession of such lot. (Ord. 76-4, 1976)