Wednesday, February 21, 2007

MANY MORE PICTURES OF THE ATV'S PROTEST AT THE NEW BRUNSWICK LEGISLATURE!!!


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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

driving a wheeler is more important than school.

Anonymous said...

Its not more important,its fighting for your rights those kids are getting a good education on how their country works .Its a day trip on education no different than going on a class trip.so many narrow minded people who dont look at the big or bigger picture?

Just Passing said...

Oh good, an "anonymous big picture person"..that's what we all need. About as open minded as they come no doubt..as long as you agree with them that is.

Anonymous said...

All they'd miss is what the capital of Kamchatcha is or what happened in 1782. Big loss.

rivercap said...

If the parents would use their heads and relize that these machines are not toys but dangerous equipment they would not need the government to step in. Wait till one fo these children get hurt and then there will be a call to ban these machines, I've seen it before. Remember if your kid is hurt or killed while riding a piece of machinery, it's not the machine's fault its yours.I strongly believe the government is right on this one, I only hope the fines for breaking this law is big enough to make a difference.

Anonymous said...

Yep. An "anonymous big picture person" or a "just passing" equally anonymous slag... Wow. I'd have thought a day seeing how peaceful democratic protest works was worth it...

Just Passing said...

Oh please be honest anonymous I doubt you rarely think at all. Sadly thats the big picture.

SaltyM said...

That's calling the kettle black, isn't it, just passing?

Anonymous said...

How about let's try the advice and do some thinking. Over at spinkaboutit.blogspot.com they are talking about it.

How exactly do you enforce this law? These people are rural and the trails they use are logging roads. How much extra money is the government putting into rural police forces to purchase ATV's to monitor these rural roads? Has anybody ever asked?

Anonymous said...

ah they monitor the nb trail i believe, logging roads, is that where these kids drive them

Anonymous said...

Every freedom the Government takes away , will be twice as hard to regain.Very sad for the people of New Brunswick.

Anonymous said...

There are more serious issues but where are the people then.

Face it; most of us are selfish and only care about themselves.

I don't want your kid or mine on the streets riding or driving one of these machines unless they had a course, have insurance, they are of legal age and are accompanied by a parent or someone over 21.

If they are are riding a smaller machine they should also take a course, have insurance and have a parent with them. That should be for an ATV or a motor bike of any size. Off road riding can also be a danger for others who follow all the rules because you think your child is smarter or not a danger to anyone.
Things happen to adults who follow all the rules and respect their machine and others. Sorry but life is not to be taken lightly and I frankly don't like to think anyone can just buy one and go out there and take risks. Course, insurance and parent should be with the minor on a small or large machine. Sixteen is an age that also means , course, insurance and liability and respect for thr rules like driving a car.

Bottom line; you only have one life and don't screw up other people and their quality of life for what amchine that can kill. Follow the rules and we all can have fun. No course, no insurance, no guardian no right to be on and ATV or motor bike samll or big!

Anonymous said...

I also agree because things happen everyday which does not make the news. I won't go there now because I have to get going.

Rules need to be there because my neigbours kids don't have a course, insurance or supervision.
I should not have to call on the police or anyone else. Do the job of policing and make the rules open and clear.

Thank goodness something will be done for those that don't care to follow the rules of thr street or back roads. Snow mobiles or sleds whatever should have rules, courses, insurance and age restrictions.

Can't but buy one, unless, proof of course, insurance and parent signing for a minor also needs insurance (liability) should be mandatory!