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Impaired Driving on Riding Lawn Mower
Dec 19, 2005 15:49 ETBack | Print Article
 Guest Name:wayneEmail:haywire2@hotmail.com
 City/Town:oshawaProvince:ont
 Country:ont
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I have heard a person can be charged for imaired driving on a riding lawn mower,when on your own property.Could you tell me if this true




Yes. A person can be charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle while operating their riding lawn mower. The reason is, in laymans terms, if the object they are riding is powered by a motor (golf cart, lawn mower, snowmobile, boat, plane, car, etc.) then they can be charged with impaired, no matter where they are operating it.