2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 14-386a. Speed. Operating under the influence. Endangering person or property.
Sec. 14-386a. Speed. Operating under the influence. Endangering person or
property. No person shall operate a snowmobile or all-terrain vehicle in the following
manner: (1) At an unreasonable or imprudent rate of speed for existing conditions; (2)
in a negligent manner so as to endanger any person or property; (3) while under the
influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug, as defined by section 14-227a. Any person
who violates any provision of this section, or any regulation relating hereto shall be
fined not more than two hundred and fifty dollars for each offense. In addition thereto,
the operator or owner, or both, of a snowmobile or all-terrain vehicle, shall be responsible
and held accountable to the owner of any land where trees, shrubs, crops, fences or other
property have been damaged as a result of travel of such snowmobiles or all-terrain
vehicles over such land, or where consequential damage has resulted from such travel.
Proof of the registration number of the snowmobile or all-terrain vehicle shall be prima
facie evidence in any prosecution or action for damages that the owner was the operator.
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