New state law will allow off-road veh...

New state law will allow off-road vehicles on road shoulders in northern Michigan

There are 3 comments on the blog.mlive.com story from Aug 10, 2008, titled New state law will allow off-road vehicles on road shoulders in northern Michigan. In it, blog.mlive.com reports that:

As someone who lives in northern Michigan and enjoys riding an off-road vehicle, Dick Ranney has good reason to cheer.

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Frank Esser

Peck, MI

#1 Aug 11, 2008
It's about time they let us ride on the shoulder of the road and not be treated like a common criminal.
This will make it alot easier for riders and there communities will profit ,plus a much safer way to get to trails & save lots of gas which we are being robbed on prices .

Good Job who ever got this one voted in :) you will loved by millions.
Batch37 Pain Is Good

United States

#2 Aug 11, 2008
Paul Bruce is what is wrong in this country. This will provide an economic boom to small villages when we can get off the trail and travel to a store for food and drink.
tom angott

Taylor, MI

#3 Sep 10, 2008
I was wondering if they allow dirtbikes on the shoulder?

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