Re: Riverside County Restrictions
Lawn mowers aren't required to register with the DMV as an OHV, so I don't think that would count. They singled out dirtbikes from what I read.
"On March 28, the Board of Supervisors approved a law that prohibits all OHV riding on private property except for the period from noon to 5 p.m.
and requires riders to stay 100 feet from property lines and 250 feet from neighboring homes. The law also allows the use of only one OHV per 10 acres of land, with a maximum of four vehicles on a single parcel, no matter how large the area. To get a conditional use permit allowing more vehicles would cost up to $10,000. These restrictions apply to land in all unincorporated parts of Riverside County, located east of Los Angeles.
At the same meeting, the County Board also gave final approval to a highly restrictive noise regulation that sets maximum allowable sound levels at the property line at 50, 55 or 75 decibels, depending on the zoning of the parcel. That puts allowable noise levels from OHVs well below those commonly produced by highway traffic, air conditioners, or even an electric toothbrush."
So you want to buy your kids some CR50s and ride on your own land? Not any more in that county!
Last edited by EatnAsphalt; 04-02-2006 at 12:39 PM.