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Keeping Off-roaders on Track: Addressing the Misuse of Off-road Vehicles in Urban and Rural Settings

Victoria Jenkins, Stuart Macdonald Orcid Logo

Journal of Planning & Environment Law, Volume: 2010, Issue: 1, Pages: 16 - 26

Swansea University Author: Stuart Macdonald Orcid Logo

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This article compares the legal powers that are available to combat the misuse of off-road vehicles in urban and rural settings. Whilst in urban settings there is a comprehensive framework of road traffic legislation and anti-social behaviour interventions, the powers that are available in rural set...

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Published in: Journal of Planning & Environment Law
Published: 2010
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title Keeping Off-roaders on Track: Addressing the Misuse of Off-road Vehicles in Urban and Rural Settings
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description This article compares the legal powers that are available to combat the misuse of off-road vehicles in urban and rural settings. Whilst in urban settings there is a comprehensive framework of road traffic legislation and anti-social behaviour interventions, the powers that are available in rural settings are less effective notwithstanding the fact that the misuse of off-road vehicles poses a threat to the natural environment.
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