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Off highway vehicles may not be operated upon any public streets, roads, or highways except in the following circumstances: when designated for that specific use by the appropriate government agency, while crossing a roadway, railroad tracks, bridge or culvert, or for agricultural purposes.
(E) On any other publicly or privately owned parks, ball fields, recreational areas, bike trails, horse trails, lake areas, easements, sidewalk, or other areas dedicated to or commonly used for pedestrian or bicycle traffic.
It shall be unlawful for any parent, guardian, or any adult to authorize, assist, permit, or encourage any minor to operate any motor vehicle or recreational vehicle in violation of the provisions of this chapter.
Motorized apparatus or vehicles used for maintenance of, construction on, or patrol of the properties delineated in section 10-16-020 shall not be prohibited or regulated by the provisions of this chapter; reasonable travel on the property by the owner of said property not generating noise or dust pollution, erosion or fire hazards is likewise permitted.