SB 460: Personal Delivery Devices
GENERAL BILL by Brandes
Personal Delivery Devices; Authorizing the operation of personal delivery devices within county or municipal jurisdictions under certain circumstances; prohibiting the operation of personal delivery devices on the Florida Shared-Use Nonmotorized Trail Network; requiring a personal delivery device operator to maintain an insurance policy that provides general liability coverage of at least a specified amount for damages arising from the operation of a personal delivery device; exempting personal delivery devices from certain registration and insurance requirements, etc.
• Referred to Transportation; Banking and Insurance; Rules -SJ 70
• Introduced -SJ 70
• On Committee agenda-- Transportation, 03/14/17, 2:00 pm, 401 Senate Office Building
• Favorable by Transportation; YEAS 4 NAYS 0 -SJ 181
• Now in Banking and Insurance -SJ 181
• On Committee agenda-- Banking and Insurance, 04/03/17, 4:00 pm, 110 Senate Office Building
• Favorable by Banking and Insurance; YEAS 9 NAYS 0 -SJ 292
• Now in Rules -SJ 292
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Rules
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