Police issue Sidmouth Mini Moto warning

PUBLISHED: 13:26 21 May 2009 | UPDATED: 09:11 18 June 2010

MINI moto owners in Sidmouth face having their vehicles seized if driven in public, police have warned.

MINI moto" owners in Sidmouth face having their vehicles seized if driven in public, police have warned.

Sergeant Andy Turner said the town's police tam has received a number of complaints over the use of the miniature motorbikes.

He said officers will utilise their power to seize the vehicles if they deem it necessary, adding: "I would remind people it is an offence to offence to drive on pavements- don't do it. If owners want to one use one I suggest they do it on private land. Otherwise Mini Motos are bound by road traffic act like any other vehicle and will need insurance and an MOT.


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