OBEDIENCE TO AND EFFECT OF TRAFFIC LAWS
Chapter refers to vehicles upon highways—Exceptions.
Obedience to police officers, flaggers, or firefighters—Penalty.
Refusal to give information to or cooperate with officer—Penalty.
Duty to obey law enforcement officer—Authority of officer.
Failure to obey officer—Penalty.
Attempting to elude police vehicle—Defense—License revocation.
Persons riding animals or driving animal-drawn vehicles.
Persons working on highway right-of-way—Exceptions.
Authorized emergency vehicles.
TRAFFIC SIGNS, SIGNALS, AND MARKINGS
Obedience to and required traffic control devices.
Traffic control signal legend.
Pedestrian control signals.
Special traffic control signals—Legend.
Display of unauthorized signs, signals, or markings.
Interference with official traffic-control devices or railroad signs or signals.
Traffic control signals or devices upon city streets forming part of state highways—Approval by department of transportation.
DRIVING ON RIGHT SIDE OF ROADWAY—
OVERTAKING AND PASSING—USE OF ROADWAY
Keep right except when passing, etc.
Passing vehicles proceeding in opposite directions.
Overtaking on the left.
When overtaking on the right is permitted.
Limitations on overtaking on the left.
Further limitations on driving to left of center of roadway.
Pedestrians and bicyclists—Legal duties.
One-way roadways and rotary traffic islands.
Driving on roadways laned for traffic.
Following too closely.
Driving on divided highways.
Restrictions on limited-access highway—Use by bicyclists.
High occupancy vehicle lanes—Definition.
Vehicle approaching intersection.
Nonfunctioning signal lights.
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Bicycle, moped, or street legal motorcycle at intersection with inoperative vehicle detection device.
Vehicle turning left.
Vehicle entering stop or yield intersection.
Arterial highways designated—Stopping on entering.
Stop intersections other than arterial may be designated.
Stopping when traffic obstructed.
Vehicle entering highway from private road or driveway.
Operation of vehicles on approach of emergency vehicles.
Approaching emergency zones—Penalty—Violation.
Highway construction and maintenance.
PEDESTRIANS' RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Pedestrians subject to traffic regulations.
Crossing at other than crosswalks.
Drivers to exercise care.
Pedestrians on roadways.
Pedestrians soliciting rides or business.
Driving through safety zone prohibited.
Sidewalks, crosswalks—Pedestrians, bicycles.
Pedestrians yield to emergency vehicles.
Pedestrians under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Passing beyond bridge or grade crossing barrier prohibited.
Reporting of certain speed zone violations—Subsequent law enforcement investigation.
TURNING AND STARTING AND SIGNALS
ON STOPPING AND TURNING
Required position and method of turning at intersections.
Starting parked vehicle.
When signals required—Improper use prohibited.
Signals by hand and arm or signal lamps.
Method of giving hand and arm signals.
Approaching train signal.
All vehicles must stop at certain railroad grade crossings.
Certain vehicles must stop at all railroad grade crossings—Exceptions—Definition.
Moving heavy equipment at railroad grade crossings—Notice of intended crossing.
Emerging from alley, driveway, or building.
Overtaking or meeting school bus, exceptions—Duties of bus driver—Penalty—Safety cameras.
School bus stop sign violators—Identification by vehicle owner.
School bus stop sign violators—Report by bus driver—Law enforcement investigation.
Overtaking or meeting private carrier bus—Duties of bus driver.
Rules for design, marking, and mode of operating school buses.
Basic rule and maximum limits.
Decreases by secretary of transportation.
Increases by secretary of transportation—Maximum speed limit for trucks—Auto stages—Signs and notices.
When local authorities may establish or alter maximum limits.
Private roads—Speed enforcement.
Minimum speed regulation—Passing slow moving vehicle.
Slow-moving vehicle to pull off roadway.
Slow-moving vehicle driving on shoulders, when.
Authority of secretary of transportation to fix speed limits on limited access facilities exclusive—Local regulations.
Local authorities to provide "stop" or "yield" signs at intersections with increased speed highways—Designated as arterials.
Maximum speed limit when passing school or playground crosswalks—Penalty, disposition of proceeds.
Due care required.
Maximum speed, weight, or size in traversing bridges, elevated structures, tunnels, underpasses—Posting limits.
Vehicles with solid or hollow cushion tires.
Special speed limitation on motor-driven cycle.
Exceeding speed limit evidence of reckless driving.
Speed traps defined, certain types permitted—Measured courses, speed measuring devices, timing from aircraft.
Determination of maximum speed on nonlimited access state highways within tribal reservation boundaries.
RECKLESS DRIVING, DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE,
VEHICULAR HOMICIDE AND ASSAULT
Driving under the influence.
Driver under twenty-one consuming alcohol or marijuana—Penalties.
Physical control of vehicle under the influence.
Alcohol violators—Additional fee—Distribution.
Alcohol and drug violators—Penalty schedule.
Alcohol violators—Information school—Evaluation and treatment.
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Alcohol or marijuana violators—Mandatory appearances—Electronic monitoring or alcohol abstinence monitoring.
Alcohol violators—Vehicle seizure and forfeiture.
Persons under influence of intoxicating liquor or drug—Evidence—Tests—Information concerning tests.
Arrest upon driving under the influence or being in physical control of vehicle under the influence, notation required if child is present—Arrest upon drug or alcohol-related driving offense, child protective services notified if child is present and operator is child's parent, guardian, or custodian.
Liability of medical personnel withdrawing blood.
Criminal history and driving record.
Attendance at program focusing on victims.
Qualified probation department defined.
Refusal of test—Admissibility as evidence.
Alcoholic beverages—Drinking or open container in vehicle on highway—Exceptions.
Local ordinances not prohibited.
Disguising alcoholic beverage container.
Vehicular homicide, assault—Revocation of driving privilege—Eligibility for reinstatement.
Negligent driving—First degree.
Negligent driving—Second degree.
Negligent driving—Second degree—Vulnerable user victim—Penalties—Definitions.
Roadway construction zones.
Racing of vehicles on highways—Reckless driving—Exception.
Advertising of unlawful speed—Reckless driving.
"Drugs," what included.
STOPPING, STANDING, AND PARKING
Stopping, standing, or parking outside business or residence districts.
Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specified places—Reserving portion of highway prohibited.
Additional parking regulations.
Regulations governing parking facilities.
Parking spaces for persons with disabilities—Indication, access—Failure, penalty.
Free parking for persons with disabilities—Exceptions.
Special plate or card issued by another jurisdiction.
Winter recreational parking areas—Special permit required.
Winter recreational parking areas—Penalty.
Unattended motor vehicle—Removal from highway.
Unattended motor vehicle.
Limitations on backing.
Driving on sidewalk prohibited—Exception.
Operating motorcycles on roadways laned for traffic.
Riding on motorcycles.
Motorcycles—Maximum height for handlebars.
Riding on motorcycles—Position of feet.
Motorcycles—Temporary suspension of restrictions for parades or public demonstrations.
Riding on motorcycles—Clinging to other vehicles.
Obstructions to driver's view or driving mechanism.
Opening and closing vehicle doors.
Riding in trailers or towed vehicles.
Following fire apparatus prohibited.
Crossing fire hose.
Throwing materials on highway prohibited—Removal.
Dropping load, other materials—Covering.
Carrying persons or animals on outside part of vehicle.
Embracing another while driving.
Using a wireless communications device or hand-held mobile telephone while driving.
Sending, reading, or writing a text message while driving.
Driving with wheels off roadway.
Causing or permitting vehicle to be unlawfully operated.
Lowering passenger vehicle below legal clearance—Penalty.
Leaving children unattended in standing vehicle with motor running—Penalty.
Child passenger restraint required—Conditions—Exceptions—Penalty for violation—Dismissal—Noncompliance not negligence—Immunity.
Child passenger safety technician—Immunity.
Safety belts, use required—Penalties—Exemptions.
Child restraints, seat belts—Educational campaign.
Violations relating to toll facilities—Exception.
Parent or guardian shall not authorize or permit violation by a child or ward.
Mopeds, EPAMDs, electric-assisted bicycles, motorized foot scooters—General requirements and operation.
Medium-speed electric vehicles.
Neighborhood electric vehicles.
Theft of motor vehicle fuel.
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Possessing or consuming marijuana in vehicle on highway—Penalty, exceptions—Definition.
OPERATION OF NONMOTORIZED VEHICLES
Effect of regulations—Penalty.
Traffic laws apply to persons riding bicycles.
Riding on bicycles.
Clinging to vehicles.
Riding on roadways and bicycle paths.
Lamps and other equipment on bicycles.
Recodification of sections—Organization of chapter—Construction.
Severability—1965 ex.s. c 155.