94. A regional county municipality may, by by-law, prescribe for all or part of its territory the hours, which may vary from one part of the territory to another, during which off-highway vehicular traffic is permitted.
With the exception of the provisions of a by-law made under subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of section 95, the provisions of a by-law made under the first paragraph prevail over the provisions of a by-law made by a local municipality that may affect the hours during which off-highway vehicular traffic is permitted, in particular concerning the environment, disturbances or safety, or to ensure peace, order and good government.
A copy of a by-law made under the first paragraph must be sent to the Minister within 15 days of the by-law being passed. The Minister may disallow all or part of the by-law at any time. In such a case, the by-law or the part of the by-law that has been disallowed ceases to have effect on the date a notice of disallowance is published in the Gazette officielle du Québec or on any later date specified in the notice. The Minister notifies the municipality of the decision as soon as possible.
A local municipality whose territory is not included in that of a regional county municipality is considered to be a regional county municipality for the purposes of this Act.