Why Is Skateboarding Illegal?

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Skateboarding is only illegal on public property that carries a sign or a signboard written or saying “No skateboarding” or stating the prohibition of skateboards on the property. Skateboarding can be done on private property and sporting facilities or public facilities that have no restrictions on skateboarding.
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Skateboarding is not illegal, they just don't want you to skate in certain areas so that if you fall and break something you can't file a lawsuit.
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I got an email from a lady who is writing a novel, and a part of the story is that skateboarding has become completely outlawed. No skating anywhere, at all. This author was wondering
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Skateboarding is illegal in public areas and roadways because it is dangerous for
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They are noisy and they destroy property. People think they are a nuisance. Source(s) life.
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