On October 30, 2017, Fireworks Law in Pennsylvania changed, allowing the use of Consumer Fireworks (1.4G), including Aerial Repeaters, Firecrackers, Parachutes, Rockets, Roman Candles, Saturn Missiles, and Shells & Mortars!
Use of Consumer Fireworks in Pennsylvania was outlined and passed within PA House Bill 542 – an act amending the Tax Reform Code – under Article XXIV, Section 2404.
In Section 2404, the following apply to the use of Consumer Fireworks
- A person who is at least 18 years of age may purchase, possess and use Consumer Fireworks.
- A person may NOT intentionally ignite or discharge Consumer Fireworks
- on a property without express permission of the owner.
- within (or throw from) a motor vehicle or building.
- by throwing them into, or at, a motor vehicle, building or another person.
- if under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance or another drug.
- within one hundred fifty (150) feet of an Occupied Structure (a structure, vehicle or place adapted for overnight accommodation of persons or for conducting business whether or not a person is actually present).
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