Non-motorized vehicle means a vehicle of any shape or form that depends on human, animal, wind, spring, and other non-motorized means for propulsion.
Non-motorized vehicle or “Non-Motorized Equipment” shall mean a non-self-propelled vehicle or piece of equipment designed or used to transport persons or property on land, but excluding any equipment that runs on stationary rails, guideways, or tracks. Non-Motorized Vehicles and Non-Motorized Equipment do not have self-propelling power systems permanently or temporarily attached, but may be equipped with powered equipment. Examples include trailers, solar or battery powered arrow or message boards, baggage carts, aircraft ground power units, aircraft air power units, dollies, nitrogen carts, work stands, aircraft tow bars, etc.
More Definitions of Non-motorized vehicle
Non-motorized vehicle means any wheeled vehicle for transporting a person which is not propelled by a motor or engine, including skateboards, roller skates, in-line roller blades or coasters, This does not apply to wagons, strollers, wheelchairs or assisted transportation devices. This section also does not pertain to bicycles, which are regulated in chapter 16.61 SMC.
Non-motorized vehicle means any wheeled device, excluding a bicycle, that is operator-propelled by human power in, upon, or by which any person may be transported upon a street, highway, sidewalk, or public or private property used for vehicular or pedestrian travel or parking; except that "non-motorized vehicle" does not include any wheelchair, any personal assistive mobility device, or any device that is used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks. "Non-motorized vehicle" would include, but is not limited to, roller skates, in-line skates, rollerblades, skateboards, unicycles, tricycles, quad cycles, and scooters.