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Yes, according to state statute you must have a driver's license to operate any motorized vehicle on public roadways. If the moped's engine is greater than 49cc then you will also need a motorcycle endorsement on your driver's license.
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Yes, minors under the age of sixteen may not be present in public spaces between the hours of 10 pm and 6 am unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
City Ordinance 9.20.020
The Beadle County Sheriff's Office provides this service to the public. They can be contacted at 605-353-8424 for more information.
If the moped's engine is 49cc or less then you do not need license plates. Mopeds with an engine larger than 49cc must have license plates.
SDCL 32-20-1SDCL 32-5-1.2
The driver of any vehicle transporting a child under the age of five or weighing less than forty pounds must use a child safety seat. If the child is over the age of five or weighs more than forty pounds a seat belt can be used. A booster seat is still recommended for proper placement of the seat belt across the child's body.
Law enforcement officers do not determine fault in a traffic accident. Their job is to investigate the incident and document any factors that contributed to the vehicle accident. Fault will be determined either by your insurance company or during a civil court proceeding.
The City of Huron will declare a snow alert when snowfall exceeds two inches.
City Ordinance 16.30.020
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Snow must be removed from sidewalks within 48 hours after any snowfall, snow, or ice accumulation.
City Ordinance 15.24.050
No, it is unlawful to discharge any fireworks inside of the city limits. It is also unlawful to possess fireworks in a public place that are not sealed in their original packaging.
City Ordinance 9.16.020