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  1. #1
    us
    Oct 2006
    Seattle, WA
    Garrett AT PRO, Garrett THD Pinpointer
    120
    Metal Detecting

    Searching ROADSIDE

    Just curious if there was a general rule or law about detecting the sides of the a road/highway. At what point does the curb meet the private property? I know that the back of my house ends at a road and we have a fence. The property ends 8 feet from the curb. We found this out because we wanted to put a rear driveway for the worktruck, but were not allowed by the town. Lots of good areas nearby that date back to the 1700's. Many parking lots and plazas line the roads, but have found wooded areas along the roadways that hit the rear of households or stores. What areas are generally not off limits? Don't want to be nabbed for trespassing or vandalism when i'm 8 feet from a main road. If there is a fence line about 10 feet off the road, can you generally search the area between the fence and roadway? any opinions appreciated. Thanks

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  3. #2

    Jul 2006
    Mountains
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    Re: Searching ROADSIDE

    Great post I look forward to the answers as well. Always wondered what the laws were. Unfortunately I would suspect that most of those types of laws would probably be up to local or state. All depending on who maintained the roadsides in question.

    Postalrevnant

  4. #3
    us
    Oct 2006
    Seattle, WA
    Garrett AT PRO, Garrett THD Pinpointer
    120
    Metal Detecting

    Re: Searching ROADSIDE

    my son's babysitter is about a block away from a local DEC officer. I'm going to stop by one day and just pop him the question. Maybe he'll have some more info on that. I'll post once i hear something. until then, if anyone else knows something, it will probably help everyone.

 

 

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