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Can a parent give permission to a child to ride a motor vehicle or recreational vehicle on the sidewalk or other areas where bicycles can be ridden?
NO. Broomfield Municipal Code 10-16-040, Responsibility of Adults for Minors, reads:

It shall be unlawful for any parent, guardian, or any adult to authorize, assist, permit, or encourage any minor to operate any motor vehicle or recreational vehicle in violation of the provisions of this chapter.

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1. Can toy vehicles be ridden on public roadways?
2. Can Toy Vehicles be ridden on sidewalks or bike trails?
3. Can a parent give permission to a child to ride a motor vehicle or recreational vehicle on the sidewalk or other areas where bicycles can be ridden?