Governor Murphy signed legislation in 2019 changing the law on electric scooters and bicycles or e-scooters and e-bikes. The previous framework classified these methods of transport as motor vehicles and thus required a license, registration, and insurance to operate on the roadways.
Since none of these qualified to become registered it was a dead end on the usage unless on private property with permission.
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Sure. Currently, in Stafford Township there is no ordinance to restrict ‘Low Speed Vehicles (LSV)’.
However, there are State restrictions to operate a golf cart (LSV). Here are some bullet points to at least address the basic questions we have been receiving:
Construction companies routinely request police presence at a construction job which will involve some sort of interference with normal traffic flow. If you require assistance in setting up police officers please contact fill out the REQUEST FORM
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To file a pothole damage claim, please contact the Department of Treasury's Office of Risk Management at 609-292-4347 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Potholes should still be reported using the online form provided so NJDOT can make the necessary repairs.
Please complete this Pot Hole Reporting Form to the best of your ability and NJDOT will take it from there.