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39:4-14.10. Definitions, regulations; mobility device

39:4-14.10. Electric personal assistive mobility device defined; regulations concerning
/1. a. As used in this act, electric personal assistive mobility device means a self-balancing non-tandem two wheeled device designed to transport one person which uses an electric propulsion system with average power of 750 watts (one horsepower), whose maximum speed on a paved level surface, when powered solely by such a propulsion system while operated by a person weighing 170 pounds is less than 20 miles per hour. The device shall not be considered a motorized wheelchair, motorized bicycle, motorcycle, motorized scooter, motorized skateboard, vehicle or motor vehicle.

/b./An electric personal assistive mobility device may be operated on the public highways, sidewalks and bicycle paths of the State. Every person operating such a device shall be granted all of the rights and be subject to all of the duties applicable to the driver of a bicycle by chapter four of Title 39 of the Revised Statutes except as to those provisions thereof which by their nature can have no application. An electric personal assistive mobility device shall be subject to the safety and equipment requirements applicable to the bicycle provisions of chapter 4 of Title 39 of the Revised Statutes, except as to those provisions thereof which by their nature can have no application.

/c./The operator of an electric personal assistive mobility device shall not be required to obtain a drivers license therefor or to register the device. The operator shall not be required to furnish proof of having liability insurance for the device or other proof of financial responsibility.

/d./The governing body of any municipality may, by ordinance, regulate the operation of electric personal assistive mobility devices upon the roadways and public properties under municipal jurisdiction. The State or the governing body of any county or municipality may prohibit or regulate their operation on any public highway under its jurisdiction.

/e./Notwithstanding the other provisions of this section, an operator of an electric personal assistive mobility device shall:

/(1)/wear a helmet while operating that device; and

/(2)/be 16 years of age or older, except for an operator with a mobility-related disability.

/L.2001,c.430,s.1; amended 2003, c.88


Failure to wear helmet while operating electric personal assistive mobility device violations


First offense: Warning. A person who fails to comply with the requirements governing warning notices shall be fined not more than $100 for each violations

39:4-15 to 39:4- 25.1

Violations concerning horses and horse-drawn vehicles


Fine or imprisonment not exceeding 15 days, or both

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