New Brunswick RCMP have stepped up patrols after receiving a number of complaints about ATV drivers in North Tetagouche.
The Mounties say they’ve obtained reviews over the previous few weeks of ATV drivers dashing and driving recklessly in the world.
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Sergeant Benoit Jolette says the Mounties continuously get reviews of off-highway autos driving on the highway or too near the highway.
“We are asking all ATVers to slow down and ensure they’re following the law. This is for your own safety, and the safety of others on the road,” stated Jolette in a press launch.
The RCMP say that riders ought to observe the next steps to make each experience secure and fulfilling:
- Ride sober and remind others to take action as nicely. Drinking and working an ATV is a legal offence and may result in critical accidents and even demise for riders, passengers and others.
- Obey the principles of the highway and path. Stay on marked and accredited trails, and away from streams.
- Bring your car to an entire cease earlier than crossing a freeway, and at all times drive instantly throughout. You should keep at the least 7.5 metres away from highways besides when crossing.
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Anyone with info about the reckless ATV drivers is requested to contact the Mounties at (506) 548-7771 or to name Crime Stoppers.