CHAPTER 4

TRAFFIC CODE AND SNOWMOBILE REGULATIONS

4.01 STATE TRAFFIC LAWS ADOPTED

(1) Operating Without a Valid Drivers License (1st Offense), Section 343.05(1).

(2) No Motorcycle Endorsement (1st Offense), Section 343.05(1).

(3) Operating after Suspension/Revocation (1st Offense), regardless of the reason for the Suspension/Revocation, Section 343.44(2).

(4) Authority to Regulate School Bus Warning Lights, Section 349.21(1).[Adopted 9/25/89]

4.02 SPEED ZONES

(1) The maximum permissible speed at which vehicles may be operated on the various Town of Menasha streets is as follows, contingent upon erection of proper signing:

(a) 25 miles per hour. All streets in the Town of Menasha except the following:

(1) State, Federal and County highways (limits set by other jurisdictions).

(2) 10 miles per hour. All roads within Town of Menasha parks.

(3) 15 miles per hour:

Elru Drive

East/West Portion of Brighton Beach Road

Happy Valley Drive

Paradise Lane

Sleepy Hollow

(4) 30 miles per hour:[Adopted 7/24//89]

Calumet Street, from Oneida Street (U.S.H. "10") westerly to City of Appleton municipal boundary.

(5) 35 miles per:

Airport Road from Racine Street to Highway 47

American Drive from Highway 150 northerly to the intersection with Country Highway "Q"

Chain Drive from Valley Road to Midway Road

Cold Spring Road from American Drive to East Shady Lane

Green Bay Road

Irish Road between Jacobsen Road to Shangra-La[Adopted 12/18/89]

Jacobsen Road from American Drive to Irish Road

East Shady Lane - from American Drive to 100 feet west of

Entree Drive

West Butte des Morts Beach Road from the northerly terminus of the present 25 mile per hour speed limit northerly to the point where Millbrook Creek crosses West Butte des Morts Beach Road

Irish Road between East Shady Lane and Shangra-La[Adopted 12/21/94]

(6) 45 miles per hour:

American Drive from County Highway "Q" to West

Prospect Avenue

Northern Road

East Shady Lane - from 100 feet west of Entree Drive to Irish Road

Irish Road between Prospect Avenue (CTH BB) and East Shady

Lane[Adopted 12/21/94]

Clayton Avenue between Prospect Avenue (CTH BB) and Winchester Road (STH 150)[Adopted 12/21/94]

Cold Spring Road from E. Shady Lane to West Prospect Avenue (CTH BB)[Adopted 1/23/95]

(7) 55 miles per hour:

East Shady Lane - from Irish Road to N. Clayton Avenue

(b) Special Speed Limits

(1) 15 miles per hour:

Marked school zones

Marked construction zones

(c) State of Wisconsin Statutes

(1) 346.57, Wis. Stats., is hereby adopted by reference, as applicable

(2) Modification of Speed Restrictions. All modifications of any existing speed restriction within the Town of Menasha (excluding limits set by other jurisdictions - state, federal and county highways) shall require the following:[Adopted 1/22/90]

(a) There shall be completed an engineering and traffic investigation which states the change is reasonable, safe and prudent, and the engineering and traffic investigation shall be completed by the state, or any other qualified engineer approved by the Town Board

(b) Any increase or decrease in the speed limit of more than 10 mph shall require approval of the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation; and no signs giving notice of a modification of the speed limit shall be erected until such approval has been received

4.03 ARTERIAL STREETS

Arterial Streets shall be designated by stop signs or other appropriate signs and every operator of a vehicle approaching such sign shall comply with Section 346.46, Wis. State Stats.

4.04 PARKING, STOPPING AND STANDING

(1) Additional parking limitations may be adopted by either resolution of the Town of Menasha Board of Supervisors or action of the Town Administrator under Section 4.06 hereinafter, with copies of all such action to be kept on file with the Town Clerk for the Town of Menasha.

(2) All night parking regulations

(a) No commercial vehicle shall be parked on any Town road or street or Town right-of-way between the hours of 1:00 A.M. and 5:00 A.M. No commercial vehicle shall be parked on any Town road or street at any other times for a period longer than necessary to service or provide service or materials at the location where parked or standing.

(b) "Commercial Vehicles" shall be defined as any motor vehicle ordinarily used or designed for the delivery of goods, wares, merchandise, or material of any kind or for the transporting of people, supplies or tools in the conduct of any occupation, employment or business including all trucks and buses (school or charter) of any nature used as described herein.

(c) These regulations shall be effective after passage, publication and after signs have been erected at or reasonably near the corporate limits of the Town as provided in Section 349.13, Wis. State Stats.

(3) All Night Parking Prohibited. When signs have been erected at or reasonably near the corporate limits of the Town as provided in Section 349.13, Wis. State Stats., no person shall park any motor vehicle on any street or road in the Town of Menasha between the hours of 2:00 A.M. and 5:00 A.M., except physicians and other emergency calls and vehicles, from November 1 of each year to April 1 of the following year. This section shall regulate both private and commercial vehicles when in effect and is in addition to the regulations of Section (2) above.

(3.5) Snow Emergency

(a) It shall be the duty of the Town Administrator, or in his absence, the Town Chairman or designated Supervisor, during the periods of snow emergency and immediately thereafter, to declare a state of public emergency and the duration thereof by public proclamation, which may be done through the mediums of radio, placards, newspapers, or other means of communication.

(b) An emergency snowstorm is one in which snow is falling in such a manner as to produce a congestion of traffic or impede the operation of emergency vehicles.

(c) Emergency vehicles shall include police squad cars, fire fighting apparatus, ambulances, rescue squad cars, Town-owned or hired snowplows, snow removal equipment and machinery.

(d) During a snow emergency, no person shall park or abandon any vehicle, load or unload any merchandise or freight truck or vehicle on any Town road, alley, street or lane, until such time as said snow emergency has been declared over.

(e) Violation of this section shall constitute a fine of $25.00.

(4) In addition to the penalty set forth hereinafter, any police officer may cause any vehicle parked in violation of this section to be moved to a public parking lot or garage, and the cost of moving and storage shall be paid by the owner or operator of said vehicle, and the law enforcement authority of the Town of Menasha shall hold said vehicle until all charges of moving and storage have been paid.

(5) Removal of Illegally Parked Vehicles. Any vehicle illegally parked under this section may be removed by a police officer to a position permitted under these sections and Wis. State Stats., but such moving shall not relieve the operator of liability for a forfeiture for the offense.

(6) No Parking shall be permitted at any time in a cul-de-sac, if appropriate "No Parking" signs are in place and visible in said cul-de-sac designating the area where parking is prohibited. Such "No Parking" signs may be ordered installed by Town of Menasha Board of Supervisor action, following mailed notification to affected property owners.

(7) Nonmoving Violation and Registration Program

Pursuant to the provision of Section 345.28(4) of the Win. State States., the Town does hereby elect to participate in the Nonmoving Traffic Violation and Registration Program of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and pay the costs established by the Department, which said costs shall, in turn, be assessed against the persons charged with nonmoving traffic violations. The Town of Menasha Police Department, in the matter of unpaid citation, is herein and hereby appointed the "delegated agency" of the Town of Menasha, and the Town Administrator is hereby authorized to file with the State Department of Transportation the appropriate notice of the Town's election to participated in the Nonmoving Violation and Registration Program with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. All provision of Section 345.28 concerning the Nonmoving Violation and Registration Program of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, and Chapter Trans 128 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code concerning the Nonmoving Violation and Registration Program, are hereby incorporated herein at length by reference.

4.045 AN ORDINANCE RESTRICTING THE USE OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES ON SCHOOL OR MUNICIPALLY OWNED PROPERTY

(1) It shall be unlawful for any person to operate any motor driven recreational vehicle on any Town of Menasha park property or on other public properties owned or leased by the Town of Menasha, or upon any Neenah Joint School District, or upon any other school grounds or property whether a public or a parochial school.

(2) Exemptions:

(a) Licensed vehicles on public streets shall be exempt from this ordinance.

(b) This ordinance section shall not apply to the maintenance equipment operated or authorized by the Town of Menasha, the Neenah Joint School District, or other owner of public or parochial school property.

(3) Definition. "Motor driven recreational vehicle" shall mean any vehicle propelled by power (other than human power), designed to travel on or along the ground by the use of wheels, treads, tracks, runners, or slides, which shall include without limitation, automobiles, trucks, trailers, motorcycles, trail bikes, mini bikes, all-terrain vehicles, go-carts, tractors, buggies, wagons, snowmobile, and moto-peds.

4.05 ACCIDENT REPORTS

The operator of any vehicle involved in an accident within the corporate limits of the Town of Menasha shall, within ten (10) day after such accident file with the Town Police Department a copy of the report required by Section 346.70, Wis. State Stats., if any. If the operator is unable to make such report, any occupant of the vehicle at the time of the accident capable of making such report shall have a duty to comply with this section. Such reports shall be subject to the provisions and limitation in Chapter 346.70(f) and 346.73, Wis. State Stats.

4.06 OFFICIAL TRAFFIC SIGNS AND SIGNALS

(1) The Town Administrator, upon the recommendation of either the Chief Police Officer or the Street Superintendent of roads is hereby authorized and delegated to have procured, erected any maintained appropriate standard traffic signals, signs and marking conforming to the rules of the State Highway Division giving such notice of the provisions of this notice as required by State Law. Signs shall be erected in such location and manner as the Town Administrator shall determine will best effect the purpose of this ordinance and give adequate warning to users of the streets, highways and roads of the Town of Menasha. Disobedience of regulations emplaced by the Town Administrator, marked and posted according to this chapter, shall violate such regulations as adopted in this Chapter. That the Town Administrator shall have authority under this ordinance Subsection to provide for the installation of yield signs, stop signs, traffic signals at intersections, and regulations concerning stopping, standing or parking of vehicles. The Street Superintendent, when proceeding under the authority of this chapter, shall within 48 hours thereafter, file notice with the Town Clerk and the Town of Menasha Police Department, as to any traffic signs authorized and posted pursuant to this ordinance subsection.

(2) Removal of Unofficial Signs and Signals. The Town Constable shall have the authority granted by Section 349.09 Wis. State Stats. and is hereby directed to order the removal of a sign, signal, marking or device placed, maintained or displayed in violation of this ordinance or Section 346.41, Wis. State Stats. Any charge imposed on the premises for removal of such an illegal sign, signal or device shall be reported to the Town Board of Supervisors at its next regular meeting for review and certification.

(3) Notification to Town Board. The Town Administrator shall notify the Town Board of all intended installations of said signs such that the Town Board may take action if so desired.

(4) Severability. No portion of the above shall serve to allow or permit the Administrator to supersede or change any portions of existing ordinance. The provisions of this ordinance are severable and if, for any reason, a clause, sentence, paragraph, section or other part of this ordinance should be decided by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions which can be given effect without the invalid provisions.

4.07 OBEDIENCE TO CROSSING GUARDS

No operator of a vehicle shall fail or refuse to stop for a crossing guard or school crossing guard when, in the performance of his or her duties, the crossing guard so directs by use of sign or signal.

4.075 OBSTRUCTING CROSSING BY TRAINS [Effective Date 1/18/00]

(1) No person shall cause or permit any railroad train, locomotive, car or combination thereof, whether on the same track or not, to block any highway crossing, street crossing, or sidewalk crossing in the Town of Menasha for longer than ten minutes.

(2) Any conductor, engineer, brakeman or other person having charge of or directing the movements of any railroad train, locomotive, car or combination thereof who violates this Section shall be subject to penalty as provided in the penalty Section of the Chapter.

(3) In the event that the blocking of a crossing is caused by accident, mechanical difficulty or other circumstances solely beyond the control of the railroad and its employees and such blocking is or shall continue for longer than ten minutes, then the conductor, engineer, brakeman or other person having charge of the train shall notify the Winnebago County 911 Center so that arrangements can be made for emergency and other vehicles and shall further cooperate by "breaking" on the train, when practical at the crossing for the purpose of allowing the flow of traffic.

(4) For any conductor, engineer, brakeman or other person having charge of the movements of the railroad train, locomotive, car or combination thereof who fails to notify the Winnebago County 911 Center where there is a blocking caused by accident, mechanical difficulties or other circumstances within 10 minutes of such blockage shall be subject to the penalties as provided in the penalty section of this chapter.

4.08 PENALTY

The penalty for violation of any provision of this ordinance shall be a forfeiture as hereinafter provided, together with the costs of prosecution imposed as provided in Sections 345.20 to 345.53, Wis. State Stats.

(1) Uniform Offenses. Except as provided in Section 7.08(4) for parking and nonmoving traffic offenses, forfeitures for violation of any provision of Chapters 341 and 348 incorporated and adopted by reference in Section 8.01 of this ordinance shall conform to forfeitures for violations of comparable state offense, including any variations or increases for second offenses. See Section 4.09(4) of this chapter or uniformity of deposits, court costs and suit tax.

(2) Special Local Regulations. The forfeitures for violation of Sections 4.02, 4.03, 4.05, and 4.07 of this ordinance shall be not less than $5.00 nor more than $200.00 for the first offense and not less than $10.00 nor more than $500.00 for the second offense within two years, together with the costs of prosecution.

(3) Miscellaneous. The forfeiture for violation of any provision of Section 4.01(2) of this ordinance shall be not less than $50.00 nor more than $500.00, together with the costs of prosecution.

(4)Parking

(a) The minimum forfeiture for a violation of parking regulations in Section 4.04 of this ordinance shall be not less than $5.00 nor more than $100.00, together with the costs of prosecution.

(b) Moving Traffic Offenses. The forfeitures for offenses described in Sections 346.50 to 346.55, Wis. State Stats., adopted by reference in Section 4.01 of this ordinance shall be:

346.551 (1) Improper parking on/off roadway $5.00 to $200.00.

346.52 (1) Stopping/standing in prohibited areas $5.00 to $40.00.

2nd conviction within one year $10.00 to $100.00.

346.52 (2) Stopping/standing on hwy. by grade school $5.00 to $40.00.

2nd conviction within one year $10.00 to $100.00.

346.53 Parking/standing where prohibited $5.00 to $40.00

2nd conviction within one year $10.00 to $100.00.

346.54 Improper parking/standing of vehicle $5.00 to $40.00.

2nd conviction within one year $10.00 to $100.00.

346.55 (1) Parking on left side of hwy. $5.00 to $200.00.

346.55 (2) Parking vehicle for sale on hwy. $5.00 to $200.00.

346.55 (3) Parking on posted private property $5.00 to $40.00.

2nd conviction within one year $10.00 to $100.00.

4.09 ENFORCEMENT

(1) Enforcement Procedure. This chapter shall be enforced according to Section 66.12, Chapter 300 and Sections 345.20 to 345.53, Wis. State Stats.

(2) Deposit

(a) Any person arrested for a violation of this chapter may make a deposit of money as directed by the arresting officer at the police station or at the office of the Clerk of Court or by mailing the deposit to such places. The arresting officer of the person receiving the deposit shall comply with Section 343.27, Wis. State Stats., or, if the deposit is mailed, the signed statement required under Section 343.27 shall be mailed with the deposit. The arresting officer or the person receiving the deposit shall notify the arrested person, orally or in writing that:

(1) If he fails to appear in court at the time fixed in the citation he will be deemed to have tendered a plea of no contest and submitted to a forfeiture plus costs not to exceed the amount of the deposit; or

(2) If he fails to appear in court at the time fixed in the citation, and if the court does not accept the deposit as a forfeiture, he will be summoned into court to answer the complaint.

(b) The amount of the deposit shall be determined in accordance with the deposit schedule established by the Board of County Judges and shall include the penalty assessment established under Section 165.87, Wis. State Stats., and costs. If a deposit schedule has not been established, the arresting officer shall require the alleged offender to deposit the forfeiture established by the Town Police Department, which shall include the 10% penalty assessment established under Section 165.87, Wis. State Stats. Deposits for nonmoving violations shall not include the penalty assessment.

(c) The arresting officer or the person receiving the deposit shall issue the arrested person a receipt therefor as required by Section 345.26(3)(b), Wis. State Stats.

(3) Stipulation of No Contest. Any person charged with a violation of this chapter except Sections 346.62(1) and 4.346.63(1) may make a stipulation of no contest pursuant to Section 345.27, Wis. State Stats., which shall be received at the police station or the office of the Clerk of Court within 10 days of the date of the alleged violation. Such person shall at the time of entering into the stipulation, make a deposit required under subsection (2) if he has not already done so A person who has mailed or filed a stipulation under this subsection may, however, appear in court on the appearance date and may be relieved from the stipulation for cause shown as required in Section 345.37, Wis. State Stats.

(4) Uniform Citation. The uniform traffic citation promulgated under Section 345.11, Wis. State Stats., shall be used for all moving traffic violation under this Chapter.

(5) Parking Citations. Citations for all nonmoving traffic violations under this chapter shall conform to Section 345.28, Wis. State Stats., and shall permit direct mail payment of the applicable minimum forfeiture to the Town Police Department within 5 days of the issuance of the citation in lieu of court appearance. The issuing officer shall specify thereon the amount of the applicable forfeiture as provided in this chapter.

(6) Notice of Demerit Points and Receipt. Every officer accepting a forfeited penalty or money deposit under this section shall receipt therefor in triplicate as provided in Section 345.26(3)(b) Wis. State Stats. Every officer accepting a stipulation under the provisions of the section shall comply with the provisions of Sections 343.27, 343.28, 345.26(1)(a) and 345.27(2), Wis. State Stats., and shall require the alleged violator to sign a statement of notice in substantially the form contained on the uniform traffic citation and complaint promulgated under Section 345.11, Wis. State Stats.

(7) Forfeiture in Treasury: Officer to Post Bond, Qualify. Any officer accepting deposits or forfeitured penalties under this section shall deliver them to the Town Treasurer within 20 days after receipt. Any officer authorized to accept deposits under Section 345.26, Wis. State Stats., or this section shall quality by taking the oath prescribed by Section 19.01, Wis. State Stats., and filing an official bond in the sum of $2000 as described in Section 19.01, Wis. State Stats.

4.10 FURTHER AMENDMENTS AND CHANGES TO WISCONSIN TRAFFIC CODE, STATE SNOWMOBILE CODE, STATE BOATING CODE AND REGULATIONS, ADOPTED BY REFERENCE

This traffic code as now implemented and dated and adopted by the municipality, covers all known State traffic law changes, through the Wis. State Stats. through the year 1977, and any session laws adopted through the 1977 session laws. Therefor, except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions of Chapter 340 through 348, of the Wis. State Stats., Sections 350.01 through 350.19, of the Wis. State Stats., and Sections 941.01 through 941.03, Wis. State Stats., describing and defining regulations with respect to vehicles in traffic, exclusive any of provisions therein relating to penalties to be imposed and exclusive of any regulations for which the statutory penalty is defined or term of imprisonment are hereby adopted and by reference made a part of this Code, as hereinbefore set forth and as if fully set forth herein. Any act required to be performed or prohibited by any Statute incorporated herein by reference is required or prohibited by this code. Any future amendments, revisions or modifications of the statutes incorporated herein are then to be made a part of this code in order to secure uniform state-wide regulation of traffic on the highways, streets and alleys of the State of Wisconsin, and the municipality.

Any changes to the State Snowmobile Code or the State Boating Code and regulation, in force and effect since the date of the original adoption of any part of Chapter 4, dealing with snowmobiles, and boating, are adopted herein by reference with the further provision that laws pertaining to boating and snowmobiles as adopted by the State Legislature, from time to time shall be adopted herein by reference automatically.

4.11 SNOWMOBILES

(1) State Snowmobile Laws Adopted. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions describing and defining regulations with respect to snowmobiles in the following enumerated sections of the Wis. State Stats. are hereby adopted by reference and made part of this section as if fully set forth herein. Acts required to be performed or prohibited by such statutes are required or prohibited by this section.

(a) 350.01 (Definitions)

(b) 350.01 (Operation of Snowmobiles on or in Vicinity of Highway)

(c) 350.03 (Right-of-Way)

(d) 350.04 (Snowmobile Races, Derbies and Routes)

(e) 350.045 (Public Utility Exemption)

(f) 350.047 (Local Ordinance to be Filed)

(g) 350.05 (Operation by Youthful Operators Restricted)

(h) 350.055 (Safety Certification Program Established)

(i) 350.06 (Firearms and Bows)

(j) 350.07 (Driving Animals)

(k) 350.08 (Owner Permitting Operation)

(l) 350.09 (Head Lamps, Tail Lamps and Brakes)

(m) 350.10 (Miscellaneous Provisions for Snowmobile Operation)

(n) 350.12 (Registration of Snowmobiles)

(o) 350.13 (Uniform Trail Signs and Standards)

(p) 350.15 (Accidents and Accident Reports)

(q) 350.17 (Enforcement)

(r) 350.18 (Local Ordinances)

(s) 350.19 (Liability of Land Owners)

(2) Applicability of Rules of the Road to Snowmobiles. The operator of a snowmobile upon a roadway shall, in addition to the provisions of Chapter 350, be subject to 346.04, 346.06, 346.11, 346.14(1), 346.18, 346.19, 346.20, 346.21, 346.26, 346.27, 346.33, 346.35, 346.37, 346.39, 346.40, 346.44, 346.46, 346.47, 346.48, 346.50(1)(b), 346.51, 346.52, 346.53, 346.54, 346.55, 346.87, 346.88, 346.89, 346.90, 346.91, 346.92(1), and 346.94(4), (6), (6m) and (9), Wis. State Stats.

(3) Permitting Operation by Improper Persons Prohibited. No owner or person having charge or control of a snowmobile shall authorize or permit any person to operate such snowmobile who is not permitted under State law to operate such snowmobile or who is under the influence of an intoxicant or a dangerous or narcotic drug.

(4) Operation while Under Influence Prohibited. Section 346.63, Wis. State Stats., shall apply to the operation of a snowmobile anywhere within the Town.

(5) Written Consent of Owner Required. The consent required under Sections 350.10(6), (11), and (13), Wis. State Stats., shall be written consent dated and limited to the year in which the consent is given. If the property is owned or leased by more than one person, the consent of each shall be obtained.

4.111 UNREGISTERED MOTOR DRIVEN CYCLES PROHIBITED FROM OPERATION WITHIN THE TOWN

(1) As used in this section, motor driven cycles, motor bicycles, all-terrain vehicles (A.T.V.'s) snowmobiles and motorcycles shall have the definitions applicable under Chapter 340, Wis. State Stats., except that they shall be motor driven vehicles, not capable of registration under Chapter 341, Wis. State Stats., and Section 7.01, and also where such motor driven vehicles do not meet the equipment requirements in Chapter 347, Wis. State Stats.

(2) No person shall operate a motor driven vehicle not registered or not properly equipped under Subsection (1) within or on any lands, public or private, within the Town except in areas specified in (6). No person shall operate and no owner shall consent to being operated on any public right of way or street of the Town or upon any public or private lands including parks within the Town, any motor driven vehicle which does not meet the registration requirements and is not registered pursuant to Chapter 341, Wis. State Stats., or similarly, is not equipped and suitable for registration under Chapter 347, Wis. State Stats. No parent or guardian of any child shall authorize or knowingly permit such child to violate any of the provisions of this section.

(3) This section shall not apply to the loading and unloading of a motor driven cycle, motor bicycle, motorcycle, A.T.V. or snowmobile, on or off the trailer when upon the private property of the owner of such vehicle.

(4) This section shall not apply to the retail dealer's preparation or maintenance of a vehicle described in this section, provided operation or maintenance by a retail dealer does not cause or constitute a nuisance.

(5) No owner or person having charge or control of a vehicle defined under this section shall authorize or permit any person to operate such vehicle upon private or public lands within the Town nor permit a person to operate such a vehicle who is not permitted under State law to operate any such vehicle or who is under the influence of an intoxicant or any dangerous or narcotic drug.

(6) Exceptions to Ordinance 4.111

(a) Motorized vehicles designed for and being used for law, garden, agricultural, Town of Menasha Park maintenance purposes, or other official authorized/permitted Town purposes.

4.12 UNATTENDED SNOWMOBILES

No person shall leave or allow a snowmobile to remain unattended on any public highway or public property while the motor is running or with the starting key in the ignition.

4.13 SNOWMOBILE RENTERS LICENSED

(1) No person shall engage in the business of renting or leasing of snowmobiles to the public or of renting or leasing use of a snowmobile track or other private property to the public for the operation of snowmobiles thereon in the Town of Menasha unless he has first obtained a license therefor as provided in this section.

(2) Application for snowmobile renters' licenses shall be filed with the Town Clerk and shall include the name of the owner of the premises on which such business will be conducted, the proposed period and hours of operation, the name of the person, firm or corporation which will conduct such business, the state registration number of such commercial owner, if any, and the registration numbers of any snowmobiles to be leased by such business and such other information as the Town Board shall require to consider such application. The application shall be accompanied by a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) to cover the cost of investigation and issuance of the license.

(3) No license shall be issued unless approved by the governing body after public hearing. Notice of such hearing shall be given as a class 1 notice under Chapter 985, Wis. State Stats. The Town Board shall approved issuance of the license only if it determines that the public health, safety and welfare will not be adversely affected thereby and that the following requirements are met:

(a) The applicants must have on file with the Town Clerk proof of liability insurance in force covering the premises to be licensed and the operation of any snowmobile thereon or to be rented or offered for use to the public by the business with limits of $50,000 per person, $300,000 per accident, and $10,000 property damage.

(b) If snowmobiles are to be used on the licensed premises, such use must be restricted to areas located at least 700 feet from any dwellings not owned or occupied by the applicant.

(c) Snowmobiles shall be operated on the premises only between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 10:30 P.M.

(d) The licensing period shall be for one (1) year from September 1 to August 31.

(e)The Clerk shall issue a renewal license to any person, firm, or corporation holding a valid license under this section upon payment of the annual license fee, provided, however, that any such applicant who has been convicted within the preceding twelve (12) months of a violation of this ordinance or any state statute regulating or restricting the use of snowmobiles or snowmobile renters shall not be entitled to a license renewal until approved by the Town Board after a public hearing as required under subsection (c) of this section.

4.14 PENALTIES

Any person who violates the provisions of this section, except 350.07, 350.08 and 350.10(3), shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less than $10.00 nor more than $250.00. Any person who violates 350.07, shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less than $200.00 nor more than $500.00. Any person violating Section 350.08 or 350.10(3), Wis. State Stats., shall be subject to a forfeiture of not more than $200.00 for the first offense and upon a second or subsequent violation of 350.08 or 350.10(3) adopted by reference, shall be subject to conviction under State law and not under this chapter and all penalties shall be imposed by the Circuit Court for Winnebago County, State of Wisconsin.

4.15 ENFORCEMENT

(1) Uniform Citation for Highway Violations. The uniform traffic citation promulgated under Section 345.11, Wis. State Stats., shall be used for violations of this ordinance relating to highway use except as herein provided, and shall be used for enforcement of violations of rules of the road relating to parking of vehicles adopted by reference in Section (1) of this ordinance.

(2) Other Violations. All violations of this ordinance not described in Subsection (a) or (b) shall be enforced in accordance with Sections 66.12 and 66.114 and Chapter 299 of the Wis. State Stats. Stipulations of guilt or no contest may be made as provided in Section 66.12(1)(b), Wis. State Stats., in substantially the form provided in the uniform traffic citation within five (5) days of the date of the citation for such violation. Bail deposits may also be made under Section 66.12, Wis. State Stats. Such deposits shall include a $2.00 Clerk's fee and costs of prosecution.

(3)Police Department to Receive Stipulation and Penalties. Stipulations, forfeited penalties and deposits for obtaining release from arrest authorized under this ordinance may be accepted by the Chief Police Officer. The officer authorized to accept penalties and deposits shall be bonded and such bond shall be filed with the Town Clerk.

(4) Forfeited Penalties and Deposits. Except as otherwise provided in Section 345.26, Wis. State Stats., and the deposit schedule adopted by the State Board of County Judges thereunder, required forfeited penalties and deposits or bail not including costs or fees for violations of this ordinance shall be as follows:

Offense Deposit

Section 4.11 violations, except $ 20.00

350.07 (driving animals) 200.00

350.08 (permitting operation by incompetent) 100.00

350.10(3) (operating snowmobile under influence) 100.00

Section 4.12 violations 20.00

Section 4.13 violations, each day 100.00

4.16 ORDINANCE TO BE FILED

The Clerk shall file a copy of this ordinance upon its enactment and publication with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

4.17 UNIFORM CITATION FOR ORDINANCE VIOLATIONS

(1) The Town of Menasha in the exercise of its police powers adopting Village powers hereby adopts pursuant to Wis. State Stats. 66.119, the use and authorization to use the standard or uniform citation prescribed herein for ordinance violations (nontraffic) other than those for which a statutory counterpart exists.

(2) Adopted herein by reference in its entirety is Section 19.03, Stipulations and Deposits in Municipal Court, Municipal Code, Town of Menasha, and in particular the requirement that the Municipal Court, with the approval of the Town Board of Supervisor, establish a scheduled deposit for violation of Town ordinances, resolutions, and by-laws, except in traffic cases and boating violation cases.

(3) It is hereby prescribed that the form of the citation shall contain the following:

(a) The name and address of the alleged violator.

(b) The factual allegations describing the alleged violation.

(c) The time and place of the offense.

(d) The section of the ordinance violated.

(e) A designation of the offense in such manner as can be readily understood by a person making a reasonable effort to do so.

(f) The time at which the alleged violator may appear in Court.

(g) A statement which in essence informs the alleged violator:

(1) That he/she may make a cash deposit based on the schedule established in this chapter to be delivered or mailed to the Office of the Town of Menasha Police Department or the Municipal Judge for the Town of Menasha prior to the time of a scheduled Court appearance.

(2) That if he/she makes such a deposit, he/she need not appear in Court unless he/she is subsequently summoned.

(3) That if he/she does not make a cash deposit and does not appear in court, either he/she will be deemed to have tendered a pleas of no contest and submitted to a forfeiture not to exceed the amount of the deposit, or he/she will be summoned into Court to answer the complaint if the Court does not accept that pleas of no contest.

(4) That if no cash deposit is made and he/she does not appear in Court at the time specifies, and action may be commenced to collect the forfeiture.

(h) A direction that is the alleged violator elects to make a cash deposit, he/she shall sign an appropriate statement which accompanies the citation to indicate that he/she read the statement required under Subsection (g) of this section and shall send the signed statement with the cash deposit.

(i) Such other information as may be deemed necessary.

(4) The following is a list of cash deposits for violation for which citations may be issued under this section:

Penalty

Offense Deposit Cost Assessment

Chapter 3 - Police & Civil Defense $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 5 - Fire Department $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 6 - Subdivision Control $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 7 - Public Protection/Orderly

Conduct $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 8 - Public Nuisance $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 9 - License & Permits $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 10 - Waste Disposal $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 11 - Mobile Homes $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 12 - Housing Code $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 13 - Building Code $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 14 - Building Regulations $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 14A- Wis Uniform Dwelling Code $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 15 - Public Work $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

Chapter 17 - Public Parks $50.00 & $10.00 12% of Forfeiture

The above schedule of cash deposits are for a first offense. The deposit schedule for any person who shall violate and provision of this ordinance who shall previously have been convicted of a violation of the same ordinance within one year of the date of the alleged second offense shall be subject to a deposit of $100.00, plus $10.00 court costs, plus 12% penalty assessment based on forfeiture; and, any person found guilty of violating any provision of this ordinance for a third or subsequent time, which alleged third or subsequent offense occurred within a one-year period, shall be subject to a cash deposit of $150.00, plus $10.00 court costs, plus 12% penalty assessment based on forfeiture. Each violation and each day a violation continues or occurs shall constitute a separate offense.

The above deposits shall be made in cash, money order, or certified check to the Town of Menasha Police Department or the Municipal Judge for the Town of Menasha either of who shall provide a receipt therefor.

(5) Issuance of citation. Law enforcement officers of the Town of Menasha may issue citations authorized under this chapter.

The following officials are authorized to issue citations for violations of those ordinances which are directly related to their official responsibilities:

(a) Fire Inspector (Fire Chief)

(b) Building Inspector/Deputy Building Inspector

This issuance of a citation by a person authorized to do so under this paragraph shall be deemed adequate process to give the appropriated court jurisdiction over the subject matter of the offense for the purpose of receiving cash deposits, if directed to do so, and for the purposes of subparagraph 6(b) and (c). Issuance and filing of a citation does not constitute commencement of an action. Issuance of a citation does not violate Section 946.68, Wis. State Stats.

(6) Violator's Options; Procedure on Default.

(a) The person named as the alleged violator in a citation may appear in Court at the time specified in the citation or may mail or deliver personally a cash deposit in the amount, within the time and to the Court, Clerk of Court or other official specified in the citation. If a person makes a cash deposit, he/she may nevertheless appear in Court at the time specified in the citation provided that the cash deposit may be retained for application against any forfeiture which may be imposed.

(b) If a person appears in Court in response to a citation, the citation may be used as the initial pleading, unless the Court directs that a formal complaint be made, and such appearance covers personal jurisdiction over the person. The person may plead guilty, no contest, or not guilty. If the person please guilty or no contest, the court shall accept the plea, enter a judgment of guilty and impose a forfeiture. A pleas of not guilty shall put all matters in such case at issue, and the matter shall be set for trial.

(c) If the alleged violator makes a cash deposit and fails to appear in Court, the citation may serve as the initial pleading and the violator shall be deemed to have tendered a plea of no contest and submitted to a forfeiture not exceeding the amount of the deposit. The court may either accept the plea of no contest and enter judgment accordingly or reject the plea. If the court accepts the plea of no contest, the defendant may move within ten (10) days after the date set for his appearance to withdraw the plea of no contest, open the judgment and enter a plea of not guilty if he shows to the satisfaction of the Court that his failure to appear was due to mistake, inadvertence, surprise, or excusable neglect. If the pleas of no contest is accepted and not subsequently changed to a plea of not guilty, no costs or fees shall be taxed against the violator. If the Court rejects the plea of no contest or if the alleged violator does not make a cash deposit and fails to appear in Court at the time specified in the citation, an action for collection of the forfeiture may be commenced. The citation may be used as the complaint in the action for the collection of the forfeiture. The Town of Menasha may commence action under Section 66.12(1), Wis. State Stats.

(7) Relationship to Other Laws. The adoption and authorization for use of a citation under this section shall not preclude the governing body from adopting any other ordinance or providing for the enforcement of any other law or ordinance relating to the same or any other matters. The issuance of a citation under this section shall not preclude the proceeding under any other ordinance or law relating to the same or any other matter. The proceeding under any other ordinance or law relating to the same or any other matter shall not preclude the issuance of a citation under this section.

(8) Severability. If any provision of this ordinance is invalid or unconstitutional, or if the application of this ordinance to any person or circumstances is invalid or unconstitutional, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the above provisions or applications of this ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid or unconstitutional provisions or its application.

4.18 TRAFFIC SIGNS

The Town of Menasha Board of Supervisors may, by Resolution, provide for the installation of traffic signals at intersections of highways over which it has exclusive jurisdiction, copies of said Resolution to be kept on file by the Town of Menasha Clerk.

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4.19 STOP SIGNS

The Town of Menasha Board of Supervisors may, be Resolution, provide for the installation of stop and yield signs at any intersection over which it has exclusive jurisdiction, copies of said Resolution to be kept on file by the Town of Menasha Clerk.

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4.191 YIELD SIGNS

A yield sign is hereby established for southbound traffic on Plummer Avenue at its intersection with North Street.

4.20 COLLECTION OF TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS FORFEITURES, BY

STATE REGISTRATION PROGRAM

(1) Pursuant to Section 345.47(1)(d), Wis. State Stats., the Municipal Judge shall notify the Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Department that a money judgment entered against a defendant for violation of Chapter 4 of this Municipal code, including parking violation, remains unpaid. Said notice shall include:

(a) Name of the defendant.

(b) Defendant's last known address.

(c) Date of judgment and amount of judgment.

(d) License number of defendant's vehicle.

(e) Certification that a warrant has been served upon the defendant judgment creditor.

(f) Certification that judgment remains unpaid and the place where the judgment may be paid.

(2) If a judgment defendant pays the judgment under par. (1), the Municipal Judge shall immediately notify the Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Department in writing, of payment.

(3) The Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Department shall develop forms for notifications to said Department by the Municipal Judge under paragraphs (1) and (2) above, pursuant to Wis. State Stats., 345.47(1)(d).

(4) This section shall be effective July 1, 1981.

(5) Severability. If any provision of this ordinance is invalid or unconstitutional, or if the application of this ordinance to any person or circumstance is invalid or unconstitutional, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the above provision or applications of this ordinance which can be given effect without the invalid or unconstitutional provision or its application.

(6) This ordinance shall take effect the day following passage and publication as required by law, effective July 1, 1981.

4.340.01 to 4.941.03. The statutory provisions following the prefix "4" describing and defining regulations with respect to vehicles and traffic in the following enumerated sections of the Wis. State Stats., exclusive of any provisions therein relating to the penalties therein relating to the penalties to be imposed or the punishment for violation of such statutes, are hereby adopted and by reference made a part of this chapter as if fully set forth herein. Any act required to be performed or prohibited by any statute incorporated herein by reference is required or prohibited by this chapter.

4.340.01, 4.341.01, 4.342.01,

4.343.01, 4.344.01, 4.346.01,

4.347.01, 4.348.01 Words and Phrases Defined

4.31.04 Operating Unregistered or Improperly Registered Vehicle

4.341.045 Use of Registered Farm Trucks

4.341.05 When Vehicle Exempt for Registration

4.341.07 Certain Vehicles to be Registered by Resident Lessee

4.341.08 Application for Registration

4.341.11(4) Display of Registration Certificates

4.341.15 Display of Registration Plates

4.341.16(2) Surrender of Illegible Plates

4.341.42 Reciprocity Permits

4.341.51 Registration of Dealer, Distributor, Manufacturer or Transporter

4.341.55 Misuse of Plates

4.341.61 Improper Use of Evidence of Registration

4.341.62 False Evidence of Registration

4.341.63(3) Surrender of Plates Upon Suspension

4.342.05 Certificate of Title Required

4.342.06 Application for Certificate of Title

4.342.15 Transfer of Interest in a Vehicle

4.342.16 Transfer to or from Dealer

4.342.30(2) and (3) Assignment and Stamping of New Identification Numbers

4.342.31(2) Report of Stolen or Abandoned Vehicle

4.342.33 Sale of Vehicle Uses as Taxicab

4.342.34 Destruction of Vehicles

4.343.10 Occupational License Restriction Violations (first offense)

4.343.12 No School Bus Operator's License; Expired School Bus License

4.343.125 Operating Without Chauffeur's License; Expired Chauffeur's License; Hiring Nonlicensed Chauffeur

4.343.18 License to be Carried

4.343.19 Fraud in Obtaining Duplicate License

4.343.22 Failure to Notify Department of Motor Vehicles of Address/Name Change

4.343.305 Implied Consent

4.343.35 Failure to Surrender License

4.343.44 Operating After Revocation or Suspension (first offense)

4.343.45 Permitting Unauthorized Minors or Persons to Drive

4.343.46 Violation of Vehicle Renting Duties

4.343.52 Improper Use of Special Identification

4.344.45 Surrender of License and Registration Upon Registration

4.344.46 Transfer of Ownership to Defeat Financial Responsibility

4.344.47 Operating Vehicle After Suspension or Revocation of Registration

4.344.51 and 4.344.52 Financial Responsibility for Rented Vehicles

4.345.55 Traffic Officers Not to Profit from Arrest

4.346.02 Applicability of Chapter 346

4.346.03 Authorized Emergency Vehicle

4.346.04(1) and (2) Obedience to Traffic Officer, Signs and Signals

4.346.05 Vehicles to be Driven on right Side of Roadway

4.346.06 Meeting of Vehicles

4.346.07 Overtaking and Passing on Left

4.346.075 Overtaking and Passing Bicycles

4.346.08 When Overtaking and Passing on Right Permitted

4.346.09 Limitation on Overtaking on Left of Driving on Left Side of Roadway

4.346.10 When Passing at Railroad Crossing or Intersection Prohibited

4.346.11 Passing or Meeting Frightened Animal

4.346.12 Driving Through Safety Zones Prohibited

4.346.13 Driving on Roadways Laned for Traffic

4.346.14 Distance Between Vehicles

4.346.15 Driving on Divided Highway

4.346.16 Use of Controlled-Access Highways, Expressways and Freeways

4.346.18 General Rules of Right-of-Way

4.346.19 What to do on Approach of Emergency Vehicle

4.346.20 Right-of-Way of Funeral Processions and Military Convoys

4.346.21 Right-of-Way of Livestock

4.346.23 Crossing controlled Intersection or Crosswalk

4.346.24 Crossing at Uncontrolled Intersection or Crosswalk

4.346.25 Crossing at Place Other Than Crosswalk

4.346.26 Blind Pedestrian on Highway

4.346.27 Persons Working on Highway

4.346.28 Pedestrians to Walk on Left Side of Highway; Pedestrians on Sidewalks

4.346.29 When Standing or Loitering in Roadway or Highway Prohibited

4.346.31 Required Position and Method of Turning at Intersections

4.346.32 Required Position for Turning Into Private Road or Driveway

4.346.33 When Turns Prohibited

4.346.34 Turning Movements and Required Signals on Turning and Stopping

4.346.35 Method of Giving Signals on Turning and Stopping

4.346.37 Traffic-Control Signal Legend

4.346.38 Pedestrian Control Signals

4.346.39 Flashing Signals

4.346.40 Whistle Signals

4.346.41 Display of Unauthorized Signs and Signals Prohibited

4.346.42 Interference with signs and Signals Prohibited

4.346.44 All Vehicles to Stop at Signal Indicating Approach of Train

4.346.45 Certain Vehicles to Stop at All Railroad Crossings

4.346.46 Vehicles to Stop at Stop Signs

4.346.47 When Vehicles Using Alley or Nonhighway Access to Stop

4.346.48 Vehicles to Stop for School Buses Loading or Unloading Children

4.346.50 Exceptions to Stopping and Parking Restrictions

4.346.505 Stopping, Standing or Parking Prohibited in Places Reserved for Handicapped

4.346.51 Stopping, Standing or Parking Outside of Business or Residence Districts

4.346.52 Stopping Prohibited in Certain Specified Places

4.346.53 Parking Prohibited in Certain Specified Places

4.346.54 Hot to Park and Stop on Streets

4.346.55 Other Restrictions on Parking and Stopping

4.346.57(2) Reasonable and Prudent Speed

4.346.57(3) Conditions Requiring Reduced Speed

4.346.57(4)(a)-(c) Fixed Speed Limits in School or Safety Zones

4.346.57(4)(d)-(h) Fixed Speed Limits

4.346.57(4)(hm) Emergency Energy Speed Limit

4.346(4)(i) Speeding in Park or Recreation Area

4.346.57(5) Zoned and Posted Speed Limits

4.346.58 Special Speed Restrictions for Certain Vehicles

4.346.59 Minimum Speed Regulations

4.346.595 Motor-Driven Cycles

4.346.61 Applicability of Sections Relating to Reckless and Drunken Driving

4.346.62(1) Reckless Driving (first offense within four years)

4.346.63 Operating Under Influence of Intoxicant (first offense within five years)

4.346.66 Applicability of Sections Relating to Accidents and Accident Reporting

4.346.68 Duty Upon Striking Unattended Vehicle

4.346.69 Duty Upon Striking Property on or Adjacent to Highway

4.346.70 Duty to Report Accident

4.346.71 Coroners to Report

4.346.72 Garages to Keep Record of Repairs of Accident Damage

4.346.73 Accident Reports Confidential

4.346.77 Responsibility of Parent or Guardian for Violation of Bicycle and

Play Vehicle Regulations

4.346.78 Play Vehicles Not to be Used on Roadway

4.346.79 Special Rules Applicable to Bicycles

4.346.80 Riding Bicycle on Roadway

4.346.802 Riding Bicycle on Bicycle Lane

4.346.803 Riding Bicycle on Bicycle Way

4.346.804 Riding Bicycle on Sidewalks

4.346.81 Lamps and Other Equipment on Sidewalks

4.346.87 Limitations on Backing

4.346.88 Obstruction of Operation

4.346.89 Inattentive Driving

4.346.90 Following Emergency Vehicle

4.346.91 Crossing Fire Hose

4.346.92 Illegal Riding

4.346.93 Intoxicants in Vehicles Carrying Minors

4.346.935 Drinking in Motor Vehicles on Highways

4.346.94 Miscellaneous Prohibited Acts

4.346.96 Pupil Transportation in Automobiles or Station Wagons

4.347.02 Applicability of Chapter 347

4.347.03 Sale of Prohibited Equipment

4.347.04 Improperly Equipped Vehicle

4.347.06 When Lighted Lamps Required

4.347.07 Special Restrictions on Lamps and the Use Thereof

4.347.08 Determining the Visibility Distance and Mounted Height of Lamps

4.347.09 Headlamps of Motor Vehicles

4.347.10 Headlamp Specifications for Motor Vehicles Other than Power-Driven Cycles

4.347.11 Headlamp Specification for Power-Driven Cycles and Motor Bicycles

4.347.12 Use of Multiple-Beam Headlamps

4.347.13 Tail Lamps and Registration Plate Lamp

4.347.14 Stop Lamps

4.347.15 Direction Signal Lamps or Devices

4.347.16 Clearance Lamps and Reflectors

4.347.17 Color of Clearance and Marker Lamps and Reflectors

4.347.18 Mounting of Clearance Lamps and Reflectors

4.347.19 Visibility of Clearance Lamps and Reflectors

4.347.20 Lamp or Flag on Projecting Load

4.347.21 Lamps and Flags on Trains of Agricultural Vehicle

4.347.22 Lamps on Farm Tractors and Self-Propelled Farm Implements

4.347.23 Lamps on Highway Maintenance Equipment

4.347.24 Lamps on Non-Motor Vehicles and Equipment

4.347.245 Identification Emblem on Slow Moving Vehicles

4.347.25 Special Warning Lamps on Emergency Vehicles

4.347.26 Restrictions on Certain Optional Lighting Equipment

4.347.27 When Lighted Lamps Required on parked Vehicles

4.347.28 Certain Vehicles to Carry Flares or Other Warning Devices

4.347.29 Display of Warning Devices for Certain Vehicles When Standing on Highway

4.347.35 Brakes

4.347.36 Performance Ability of Brakes

4.347.38 Horns and Warning Devices

4.347.39 Mufflers

4.347.40 Mirrors

4.347.41 Speed Indicators

4.347.415 Odometer Tampering

4.347.42 Windshield Wipers

4.347.43 Safety Glass

4.347.44 Painting Requirements

4.347.45 Tire Equipment

4.347.46 Fenders and Mudguards

4.347.47 Drawbars, Trailer Hitches and Mobile Home Couplings

4.347.48 Child Safety Restraint Systems Required

4.347.485 Protective Headgear for Motorcyclist

4.347.486 General Requirements (motorcyclists)

4.347.487 Seating Requirements (motorcyclists)

4.347.488 Moped Equipment

4.347.49 Equipment of Vehicles Transporting Flammable Liquids

4.348.02 Applicability of Chapter 348

4.348.05 Width of Vehicles

4.348.06 Height of Vehicles

4.348.07 Length of Vehicles

4.348.08 Vehicle Trains

4.348.09 Projecting Loads on Side of Vehicles

4.348.10 Special Limitations on Load

4.348.15 Weight Limitations on Class "A" Highways

4.348.16 Weight Limitations on Class "B" Highways

4.348.17 Special or Seasonal Weight Limitations

4.348.175 Seasonal Operating Rights for Vehicles Hauling Peeled or Unpeeled

Forest Products Cut Crosswise

4.348.18 Weight Limitation Apply to Publicly-Owned Vehicles; Exceptions

4.348.185 Empty Weight to be Indicated on Side of Certain Vehicles; Rules

4.348.19 Traffic Officers may Weight Vehicles and Require Removal of Excess Load

4.348.20 Policy of Prosecuting Weight Violations

4.348.25 General Provisions Relating to Permits for Vehicles and Loads of Excessive Size and Weight

4.348.26 Single Trip Permits

4.348.27 Annual or Multiple Trip Permits

4.348.28 Permits to be Carried

4.349.21(1) Authority to Regulate School Bus Warning Lights[Adopted 9/25/89]

4.350.01 to 4.350.19 Snowmobiles

4.941.01 Reckless Driving Off Highways

4.941.03 Highway Obstruction

4.110.075 Motor Vehicle Inspection (MVD-5) - (MVD-3) - (MVD-28)