V-1.3 - Act respecting off-highway vehicles

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28. Vehicle operators must remain in control of their vehicles at all times so as to meet the duty to exercise due care and attention.
Vehicle operators must comply with the provisions of this chapter and not impede or endanger other users of trails or other areas they frequent. Special care and attention is required with respect to persons on trails and in other areas who are not operating vehicles and to persons who may be more vulnerable because of their condition or their age.
The same courtesy and care is required of persons who use the same areas as those frequented by persons operating vehicles and of persons who use areas in the neighbourhood of legally laid out trails.
Such persons must refrain from surprising an operator or forcing an operator to perform a manoeuvre that could endanger the safety of the operator or the operator’s passengers or damage the surrounding environment.
Neighbours of legally laid out trails must suffer annoyances resulting from the traffic of vehicles that is in accordance with the applicable legislative and regulatory standards.
2020, c. 262020, c. 26, s. 28.
In force: 2020-12-30
28. Vehicle operators must remain in control of their vehicles at all times so as to meet the duty to exercise due care and attention.
Vehicle operators must comply with the provisions of this chapter and not impede or endanger other users of trails or other areas they frequent. Special care and attention is required with respect to persons on trails and in other areas who are not operating vehicles and to persons who may be more vulnerable because of their condition or their age.
The same courtesy and care is required of persons who use the same areas as those frequented by persons operating vehicles and of persons who use areas in the neighbourhood of legally laid out trails.
Such persons must refrain from surprising an operator or forcing an operator to perform a manoeuvre that could endanger the safety of the operator or the operator’s passengers or damage the surrounding environment.
Neighbours of legally laid out trails must suffer annoyances resulting from the traffic of vehicles that is in accordance with the applicable legislative and regulatory standards.
2020, c. 262020, c. 26, s. 28.