Trick driving display definition

Trick driving display means using a vehicle to perform tricks, stunts or other maneuvers on a [public] highway , or premises to which the public has access, upon which traffic has been diverted, slowed, impeded or blocked to enable the performing of such tricks, stunts or maneuvers or having such tricks, stunts or maneuvers filmed or otherwise recorded.

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