The Miami Dolphins, for the first time in decades, will be able to ride scooters in the Miami-Dade County beaches starting Thursday.
The new rules will go into effect at Miami Beach, Palm Beach and Broward beaches beginning at noon on Friday.
The rules are the culmination of years of planning by the Dolphins and will help them stay safe and keep their fans entertained while also providing the area with a vibrant, vibrant waterfront experience.
A scooter, a skateboard, or a skate board that can be ridden by two adults and up to five children are allowed in the water and beaches.
Scooters will not be allowed on Miami Beach beaches, the Atlantic City boardwalk or the popular Miami Beach Boardwalk.
A board will not travel from the beach to the pier.
The boards will only be allowed in Miami Beach’s two beaches.
The board is not allowed on the boards in the Atlantic or Miami Beach parks.
The Miami Beach Police Department and Beach Patrol will be in charge of the enforcement.
They will use the beach patrollers to make sure people are riding the boards safely.
The beach patrol will enforce the rules and work to keep people safe.
The boards will be limited to riders between 12 and 14 years old and they will have a safety pin that can attach to a harness.
Scooters must be on the sidewalk.
They must not be in the middle of the roadway and they must be stopped.
A person must be riding a scoot in a lane and a person must not obstruct the flow of traffic.
The scoot must not exceed 15 feet.