reasonable means of conveyance


reasonable means of conveyance
Any means of conveyance which can be employed upon a public highway with reasonable regard for the safety and convenience of the public, and without inflicting upon the owner of the fee an injury differing in kind from that imposed by use and improvement for ordinary public travel. 25 Am J1st High § 165. The public is not confined to the use of vehicles in common use at the time when the highway or street was established, but may use such other reasonable means or conveyance as may be discovered in the future, provided they do not exclude the proper use of the highway by other kinds of vehicles, or tend to destroy it as a means of passage and travel common to all. McClintock v Richlands Brick Corp. 152 Va 1, 145 SE 425, 61 ALR 1033.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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