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4 Wheel Drive Permits for the 2010 Season are now available in the City Hall Lobby
Monday - Friday during the hours of 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Four Wheel Drive Vehicles on the Beach
Driving a four-wheel drive is permitted on the beach, as long as a permit is obtained. (See fee table below.)
Permits will now be valid from January 1, 2010 thru December 31, 2010.
Applicants should present a valid driver’s license, auto registration and proof of insurance.
Permit holders must follow rules and regulations of permit.

4 Wheel drive permit $175.00 $160.00 during the months of December, January & February

Vehicle owners 60 & over $85.00 $ 80.00 during the months of December, January & February

Replace lost permit $30.00
http://brigantinebeachnj.com/beach_4wheel.html

 

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You'll also have to be careful about loosing them. THey are smaller and to be put on the back of your mirror.
 

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Just need your documents, license reg and insurance. No vehicle inspection, although they recommend you have appropriate safety gear with you
 

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im sorry , but im not at all happy with the new sticker :thumbsdown::thumbsdown:ive been buying brig stickers for over 20yrs i dont even want to hear its cutting costs ! yea let me take down my easypass and my factory tint so you can see it , whatever :huh:
 

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im sorry , but im not at all happy with the new sticker :thumbsdown::thumbsdown:ive been buying brig stickers for over 20yrs i dont even want to hear its cutting costs ! yea let me take down my easypass and my factory tint so you can see it , whatever :huh:
Since I usually park nose 1st facing the surf, how will they see my sticker:huh: Great idea Brigantine:rolleyes:
 

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I think the reason for the smaller sticker pass is because the original one was pretty big, so instead of sticking it on window, alot of guys, myself included, simply laminated it and put it on the dashboard when we got to the beach. The problem began when guys were letting buddies use the pass by simply giving them their pass, so an unregistered truck who did not pay for the pass ended up on the beach for free using someone's pass. the guys at Riptide confirmed this when I went in for the Striper Derby permit and brought in my beach pass in case they needed to see it to sell me the derby permit. I was told there was a problem and the police were aware of it and actually issuing violations. Now, with smaller sticker, I guess the argument is, there is no excuse for not attaching it to your rearview mirror and the problem of "lending" your pass is eliminated. I should qualify by stating I never lent my pass out.
 

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i got ya its a shame that people just cant be honest :naughty:no matter what there is in life people have to cheat the system well heres to all you cheap##sses :cheers: you ruined it for yourself !! so reach in your pockets and bite the bullet like everyone else see you on the beach ' or maybe not '
 

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i stopped putting my sticker on my buggy for two reasons- they started to take up too much space; and when i went to remove a sticker i inadvertently damaged the defroster, so only half the back window gets defrosted. Shoulda never started putting them on that window to begin w/.

No biggie, it's used only for fishing. Occasionally, however, I would bring the now-laminated pass into my new jeep to take a ride on the beach. I wouldn't mind paying a small fee to register both vehicles on one tag (after all, I can only drive one at a time; and sometimes when checking stickers they DO match it against the tag) but i'm not gonna get two passes for the very few occasions.
 

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I'm a little confused. How and where is the sticker to be placed? If it is placed on the backside of the rearview mirror (inside the truck), how would it get lost?
 

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Since I usually park nose 1st facing the surf, how will they see my sticker:huh: Great idea Brigantine:rolleyes:
I guess they think most back in?? :cool:

anyhow, picked up my sticker... the funny thing was hearing a fellow complain that you need a beach badge to sit out down by the jetty, during the summer day hours (that won't be an issue for me as I have no intention of being there during normal summer daylight hours)...seems for the $, it should include beach passes, for that one spot at least (I was told you can't run the buggy through the rest of the bathing area anyway.... except during spring/fall surf contests... if you join...)
 
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