Syracuse Common Council Looking To Crack Down On Off Road Vehicles

Syracuse, N.Y. - Syracuse Common Council passes law to crack down on off road vehicles on city streets.

The new law allows Syracuse Police to impound off-road vehicles operated illegally within the city and charge the owners $2,000 to get them back after proving that the vehicles are registered.

There are fines as well from $500 for a first offense, up to $1,000 for the third offense which can also land someone in jail for a year.

Mayor Ben Walsh will most likely sign it pending a public hearing.

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