The following items are examples of toy vehicles, regardless of whether
they are gas or electric powered. This list is not all inclusive:
Stand Up Scooters (Go-Peds)
Stand Up Scooters modified
to be seated scooters
(Go-Peds with a seat)
Razor E-Punk, Seated
Razor E-Scream Trike
Mini "Pocket" Bikes
Colorado Revised Statute 42-1-102 (103.5), gives the following definition:
"Toy vehicle" means any vehicle that has wheels and is not designed for use on public highways or for off-road use. Toy vehicle includes, but is not limited to, gas- or electric-powered vehicles commonly known as mini bikes, "pocket" bikes, Kamikaze boards, go-peds, and stand-up scooters. Toy vehicle does not include off-highway vehicles or snowmobiles.
Summary of laws regarding the use of toy vehicles in Broomfield:
Toy vehicles MAY NOT be ridden on public roadways.
Toy vehicles MAY NOT be ridden on sidewalks, bike trails, parks, fields, or any other areas commonly used by pedestrians and bicycles.
Toy vehicles MAY be ridden on private property with the property owner's consent; however, the surface must be improved, not dirt or grass.
For more information on Broomfield Municipal Ordinance, please visit Title 10, Chapter 16 of the Broomfield Municipal Code.