ATV driver identified after fatal accident

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A teenager killed Sunday night in an all-terrain vehicle accident in Edgefield County, S.C., has been identified.

The 15-year-old driver was making a right turn around
9:40 p.m. on Mill Creek Drive when the ATV left the road and hit a tree, said South Carolina Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Scot Edgeworth. Edgefield County Deputy Coroner David Burnett identified the victim as DaJuan Willingham.

The driver and his passenger, Brandon Eubanks, 22, were thrown from the ATV, but only the driver, who was wearing a helmet, was killed, Edgeworth said.

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CabisKhan
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CabisKhan 08/01/11 - 11:00 am
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Is it legal to operate a

Is it legal to operate a motorized vehicle unsupervised on public roads while under 16 yrs. of age, as I see a lot of them in ATV's and golf carts.

IGUS
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IGUS 08/01/11 - 11:26 am
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I believe state law states

I believe state law states that any vehicle operated on a roadway requires a licensed driver and a plate on the vehicle.

CobaltGeorge
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CobaltGeorge 08/02/11 - 09:25 am
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IGUS, Wrong, A street

IGUS, Wrong, A street authorized golf cart can access road ways with speed limits under 35 miles per hour. This don't apply to main city or main true fare through cities. Driver doesn't need a license and and no license plate for the cart. Only a SC registration sticker displayed on the windshield of the cart

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