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UPDATE: Driving Toy Cars in Street

Discussion in 'Broadlands Community Issues' started by Capricorn1964, Sep 18, 2022.

  1. Capricorn1964

    Capricorn1964 Well-Known Member

    Mar 4, 2010
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    The same two kids were out again today on 9/17/22 driving the red Toy "Corvette-Style" motorized car and was nearly hit by two cars coming down Ridgeway Drive---Finally called the county sheriffs who came out and now they are looking for the two kids because they nearly got hit when they were swerving around in the road. There is no rear-window mirror on those cars nor were kids wearing helmets or seat belts. That toy car is too low for cars to see them and *NOT* STREET LEGAL either.

    Again, to the parents of these kids- Deputies and I believe you guys don't care about your kids and you two are too lazy to supervise them. If they get injured/killed....guess what? LCSO can hold you two responsible for your negligence. Again, the deputies are on the lookout for these two kids and once they find them, they will be visiting you both because they said that car is NOT street legal and not supposed to be driven on the county/state roads-

    Do all of us a favor: Take the cars somewhere else where it is LEGAL *AND* SAFE for them to drive on.

    If you parents have any brains left, get your kids OUT of the street before you find out from the Deputies that they've been hit by a car!!! This is not a playground and people DO speed on this road--

    I'll not be posting this again because I have a feeling that someone will accidentally hit the kids when the kids unexpectedly swerves into a car or when someone can't stop their car in time....
  2. Excelsior

    Excelsior Southern Walk||IMPERIUM IN IMPERIO||

    Aug 1, 2014
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    I am glad someone cares about safety and the rule of law on the road. Many do not. I would bet that if a concerned neighbor knocked on the door the parents would be quite hostile and tell you to go away. People just want to push and push and push and then be surprised when the police show up or make a stop for this type of thing.

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