N.J. Admin. Code § 5:14A-9.33 - Rider conduct

(a) The owner shall have the right to refuse any member of the public admission to a ride if his or her bearing or conduct might endanger himself or herself or other members of the public.
(b) The owner shall have the right to refuse admittance to any ride if the intended rider's health or physical condition makes it unsafe for him or her to use the ride.
(c) The owner shall refuse a rider admission to a major or super ride if the rider cannot meet a companion or height restriction if the ride is subject to such a restriction. Legible signs to this effect shall be posted in full view of the public seeking admission to major or super rides.
(d) The following sign shall be placed in a conspicuous public place on or near the ride at a height that is easy to read.
1. "State law requires that each rider must obey all written warnings and directions regarding this ride and refrain from behaving in a reckless manner which may cause or contribute to injury to the rider or others. Failure to comply is a violation of law and subject to penalty under the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice pursuant to 5:3-36.1. Violators may be subject to a fine of up to $ 1,000 and imprisonment of up to six months."
2. This sign is in addition to any other required signage per this chapter.


N.J. Admin. Code § 5:14A-9.33

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