Defending NJ 39:4-71. Operating a motor vehicle on a sidewalk.
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NJ Statute: 39:4-71. Driving on sidewalk.
No person shall drive or back a horse or vehicle across, or allow the same to stand on a sidewalk unless it be in crossing the sidewalk to go into a yard or lot, and then not without the consent of the owner of the premises. This section shall not prohibit the passing of a horse or vehicle over a sidewalk in front of an alley or passageway with the owner’s consent, or any municipality from driving or operating or causing to be driven or operated along or over the sidewalks within the municipality any vehicle for the purpose of maintaining or cleaning said sidewalks.
Amended by L.1963, c. 24, s. 1, eff. May 8, 1963.
AKA: NJ Criminal Charge 39:4-71, Violation 39:4-71, Offense 39:4-71
Disclaimer: A copy of this statute has been provided for your information. This wording was current from the NJ website lis.njleg.state.nj.us as of August 2012.