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28-913 - Personal delivery devices; operation; insurance
28-913. Personal delivery devices; operation; insurance
A. A personal delivery device may operate on a sidewalk, within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection and on roadways in this state with a posted speed limit of no greater than twenty-five miles per hour operated as far to the right as practicable. A personal delivery device has all of the rights and duties that are contained in this chapter and chapter 5 of this title and that are applicable to pedestrians except those provisions that by their nature can have no application.
B. A person who owns and operates a personal delivery device in this state must maintain an insurance policy that provides general liability coverage of at least one hundred thousand dollars for damages arising from the operations of the personal delivery device under the person's control unless otherwise authorized by a local authority pursuant to section 28-627.