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    Start Sh!t

    Just an observation;

    Many lifeguards drive ATV's on the beaches, no doubt a great tool for the job. My question, where are the license plates? Beaches are public land correct? And NJ requires ALL motor vehicles to be registered and insured correct?
    If they hit someone or a guard gets injured who pays?

    After working in outdoor safety and rescue for 14 years I'm Just curious, just starting some Sh!t

    PS, had some nice pic of guards riding little kids on the gas tank while holding onto gear on the back of the ATV!
    Last edited by ginsumagic; May 25, 2011 at 11:49 PM.

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    I stick bananas in their ATV tail pipes to make them mad.

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    i dunno, but i can assure they are not register nor the carry proof of insurance.
    I know first hand.

    but it also clearly states on the website that
    1- it needs to be registers
    2-you need to insurance

    3 you need to carry proof of both while operating the ATV

    http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Licenses/AllTerrain.htm

    next time you see your beach patrol driving there atv stop and ask to see there proof of insurance and registration

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    wow you are real rebels. way too cool. those are the people who risk their lives to save kooks like you.

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    They should't even be allowed on the beach. You know they are leaking oil and probably some gas on the beach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ripturbo View Post
    wow you are real rebels. way too cool. those are the people who risk their lives to save kooks like you.
    Nah, not a rebel, just f^<k'n around, (didn't the title give it away) I would never F with them. I just think it funny how that got so easily over looked. There most likely covered under the municipalities insurance. Realistically if the ATV's aren't insured and something did happen the guard could be screwed, so, in a way it's looking out for the guards, cause big brother certainly doesn't care! Having been injured on the job I know, their very quick to see if you did something wrong so they can weasel out of paying 100%.

    Like a said, I work in outdoor rescue and safety so I would NEVER F with the guards, I actually helped guards in another area with a rescue on day.

    And oh, yes, in the unfortunate event someone got F'd up I'm a good person to have around.

    Learn to have some fun and laugh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginsumagic View Post
    Nah, not a rebel, just f^<k'n around, (didn't the title give it away) I would never F with them. I just think it funny how that got so easily over looked. There most likely covered under the municipalities insurance. Realistically if the ATV's aren't insured and something did happen the guard could be screwed, so, in a way it's looking out for the guards, cause big brother certainly doesn't care! Having been injured on the job I know, their very quick to see if you did something wrong so they can weasel out of paying 100%.

    Like a said, I work in outdoor rescue and safety so I would NEVER F with the guards, I actually helped guards in another area with a rescue on day.

    And oh, yes, in the unfortunate event someone got F'd up I'm a good person to have around.

    Learn to have some fun and laugh!!!
    Oh, yeh ONE MORE THING, that's NOT busting the Guards, but THE TOWNS who skimp the $$$$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginsumagic View Post
    Just an observation;

    Many lifeguards drive ATV's on the beaches, no doubt a great tool for the job. My question, where are the license plates? Beaches are public land correct? And NJ requires ALL motor vehicles to be registered and insured correct?
    If they hit someone or a guard gets injured who pays?

    After working in outdoor safety and rescue for 14 years I'm Just curious, just starting some Sh!t

    PS, had some nice pic of guards riding little kids on the gas tank while holding onto gear on the back of the ATV!
    The ATV is not licenced because it is considered "mobile equipment" and insured under their property and general liability policies...

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    Sounds like a Job for Nico



    NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW!!!!!

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    Yesterday I was told by a rent-a-cop to not take off my "underwear" in public even though I did it under a towel and all... he happened to be real nice about it and all, but is there anything wrong with changing under a towel on the street? this was in Long Branch NJ never had this problem before