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Authorized Emergency Vehicle
1) A fire department or police vehicle
2) A public or private ambulance operated by a person who has been licensed by the Department of State Health Services
3) An emergency medical services vehicle
4) A private vehicle of a volunteer firefighter when responding to a fire alarm or medical emergency
Bicycle
A device that a person may ride and that is propelled by human power and has two tandem wheels at least one of which is more than 14 inches in diameter
Bus
1) Motor vehicle used to transport persons and designed to accommodate more than 10 passenger, including the operator
2) Motor vehicle, other than a taxicab, designed and used to transport persons for compensation
Farm Tractor
A motor vehicle designed and used primarily as a farm implement to draw an implement of husbandry, including a plow or a mowing machine
House Trailer
1) A trailer or semi-trailer, other than a towable recreational vehicle
2) Is transportable on a highway in one or more sections
3) Is less than 40 ft in length, excluding tow bar, while in traveling mode
4) Is built on a permanent chassis
5) Is designed to be used as a dwelling or for commercial purposes if connected to required utilities
6) Includes plumbing, heating, air-conditioning, and electrical systems
Implement of Husbandry
1) A vehicle, other than a passenger car or truck, that is designed and adapted for use as a farm implement, machinery, or tool for tilling the soil
2) A towed vehicle that transports to the field and spreads fertilizer or agricultural chemicals
3) A motor vehicle designed and adapted to deliver feed to livestock
Light Truck
A truck, including a pickup truck, panel delivery truck, or carryall truck, that has manufacturer's rated carrying capacity of 2,000 pounds or less
Moped
1) A motor-driven cycle that cannot attain a speed in one mile of more than 30 miles per hour
2) Cannot produce more than two-brake horsepower
3) If an internal combustion engine, has a piston displacement of 50 cc or less and connects to a power drive system that does not require the operator to shift gears
Motorcycle
A motor vehicle, other than a tractor, that is equipped with a rider's saddle and designed to have when propelled not more than three wheels on the ground
Motor-driven Cycle
A motorcycle equipped with a motor that has an engine piston displacement of 250 cc or less. The term does not include electric bicycle
Motor Vehicle
A self-propelled vehicle or a vehicle that is propelled by electric power from overhead trolley wires. The term does not include an electric bicycle or an electric personal assistive mobility device
Multifunction School Activity Bus
A motor vehicle that was manufactured in compliance with the federal motor vehicle safety standards for school buses in effect on the date of manufacture other than the standards requiring the bus to display alternately flashing red lights and to be equipped with movable stop arms, and that is used to transport preprimary, primary, or secondary students to a school-related activity trip other than on routes to and from school. The term does not include a school bus, a school activity bus, a school-chartered bus, or a bus operated by a mass transit authority
Passenger Car
A motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, used to transport persons an designed to accommodate 10 or fewer passengers, including the operator
Pole Trailer
A vehicle without motive power
1) Designed to be drawn by another vehicle and secured to the other vehicle by pole, reach, boom, or other security device
2) Ordinarily used to transport a long or irregularly shaped load, including poles, pipes, or structural members, generally capable of sustaining themselves as beams between supporting connections
Police Vehicle
A vehicle used by a peace officer, for law enforcement purposes
1) Is owned or leased by a governmental entity
2) Is owned or leased by the police department or a private institution of higher education that commissions peace officers
Road Tractor
A motor vehicle designed and used to draw another vehicle but not constructed to carry a load independently or a part of the weight of the other vehicle or its load
School Activity Bus
A bus designed to accommodate more than 15 passengers, including the operator, that is owned, operated, rented, or leased by a school district, county school, open-enrollment charter school, regional education service center, or shared services arrangement and that is used to transport public school students on a school-related activity trip, other than on routes to and from school. The term does not include a chartered bus, a bus operated by a mass transit authority, a school bus, or a multifunction school activity bus
School Bus
A motor vehicle that was manufactured in compliance with the federal motor vehicle safety standards for school buses in effect on the date of manufacture and that is used to transport pre-primary, primary, or secondary students on a route to or from school or school-related activity trip other than on routes to and from school. The term does not include a school-chartered bus or a bus operated by a mass transit authority
Semi-Trailer
A vehicle with or without motive power, other than a pole trailer
1) Designed to be drawn by a motor vehicle and to transport persons or property
2) Constructed so that part of the vehicle's weight and load rests on or is carried by another vehicle
Special Mobile Equipment
A vehicle that is not designed or used primarily to transport persons or property and that is only incidentally operated n a highway
1) Includes ditch digging apparatus, well boring apparatus, and road construction and maintenance machinery, including an asphalt spreader, bituminous mixer, bucket loader, tractor other than a truck tractor, ditcher, levelling grader, finishing machine, motor grader, road roller, scarifier, earth-moving carryall and scraper, power shovel or dragline, or self-propelled crane and earth-moving equipment
2) Excludes a vehicle that is designed to transport persons or property and that has machinery attached, including a house trailer, dump truck, truck-mounted transit mixer, crane and shovel
Towable Recreational Vehicle
A non-motorized vehicle
1) Designed to be towable by a motor vehicle
2) Designed for temporary human habitation for uses including recreational camping or seasonal use
3) Is permanently built on a single chassis
4) May contain one or more life-support systems
5) May be used permanently or temporarily for advertising, selling, displaying, or promoting merchandise or services, but is not used for transporting property for hire or for distribution by a private carrier
Trailer
A vehicle, other than a pole trailer, with or without motive power
1) Designed to be drawn by a motor vehicle and to transport persons or property
2) Constructed so that no part of the vehicle's weight and load rests on the motor vehicle
Truck
A motor vehicle designed, used, or maintained primarily to transport property
Truck-Tractor
A motor vehicle designed and used primarily to draw another vehicle but not constructed to carry a load other than a part of the weight of the other vehicle and its load
Vehicle
A device that can be used to transport or draw persons or property on a highway. The term does not include:
1) A device exclusively used on stationary rails or tracks
2) Manufactured housing
Electric Bicycle
A bicycle that:
1) Is designed to be propelled by an electric motor, exclusively or in combination with the application of human power
2) Cannot attain a speed of more than 20 miles per hour without the application of human power
3) Does not exceed a weight of 100 pounds
Person
An individual, firm, partnership, association or corporation
Motor Carrier
An individual, association, corporation, or other legal entity that controls, operates, or directs the operation of one or more vehicles that transport persons or cargo over a road or highway in this state
Operator
A person who drives or has physical control of a vehicle
Owner
A person who has a property interest in or title to a vehicle
1) Includes a person entitled to use and posses a vehicle subject to a security interest
2) Excludes a lien holder and a lessee whose lease is not intended as security
Pedestrian
A person on foot
School Crossing Guard
A responsible person who is at least 18 years of age and is designated by a local authority to direct traffic in a school crossing zone for the protection of children going to or leaving a school
Department
The Department of Public Safety acting directly or through its authorized officers and agents
Director
DPS Director
Local authority
1) A county, municipality, or other local entity authorized to enact traffic laws under the laws of this state
2) A school district created under the laws of this state only when it is designating school crossing guards for schools operated by the district
Police Officer
An officer authorized to direct traffic or arrest persons who violate traffic regulations
State
Meaning assigned by Section 311.005, Government Code, and includes a province of Canada
Metropolitan Area
1) Contains at least one municipality with a population of at least 100,000
2) Includes the adjacent municipalities and unincorporated urban districts
What are restricted districts?
1) Business District
2) Residence District
3) Urban District
Business District
The territory adjacent to and including a highway if buildings used for business or industrial purposes, including a building used as a hotel, bank, office building, public building, or railroad station
1) Are located within a 600 ft segment along the highway
2) Within that segment the buildings occupy at least 300 ft of frontage: One side of the highway, or collectively on both sides of the highway
Residence District
The territory, other than a business district, adjacent to and including a highway, if at least 300 ft of the highway frontage is primarily improved with: Residences, or buildings used for business purposes and residences
Urban District
The territory adjacent to and including a highway, if the territory:
1) Is not in a municipality
2) Is improved with structures that are used for business, industry, or dwelling houses and located at intervals of less than 100 ft for a distance of at least 1/4 mile on either side of the highway
Nonresident
A person who is not a resident of this State
Traffic
Pedestrians, ridden or herded animals, and conveyances, including vehicles and streetcars, singly or together while using a highway for the purpose of travel
Alley
A street
1) Is not primarily for through traffic
2) Provides access to rear entrances of buildings or lots along a street
Crosswalk
1) The portion of a roadway, including an intersection, designated as a pedestrian crossing by surface markings, including lines
2) The portion of a roadway at an intersection that is within the connections of the lateral lines of the sidewalks on opposite sides of the highway measured from the curbs or, in the absence or curbs, from the edges of the traversable roadway
Freeway
A divided controlled access highway for through traffic
Freeway Main Lane
A freeway lane having an uninterrupted flow of through traffic
Highway or Street
The width between the boundary lines of a publicly maintained way any part of which is open to the public for vehicular travel
Improved Shoulder
A paved shoulder
Laned Roadway
A roadway that is divided into at least two clearly marked lanes for vehicular travel
Limited Access or Controlled-Access Highway
A highway or roadway to which:
1) Persons, including owners or occupants of abutting real property, have no right of access
2) Access by persons to enter or exit the highway or roadway is restricted under law except at a place and in the manner determined by the authority that has jurisdiction over the highway or roadway
Private Road or Driveway
A privately owned way or place used for vehicular travel and used only by the owner and persons who have the owner's express or implied permission
Ramp
An interconnecting roadway of a traffic interchange, or a connecting roadway between highways at different levels or between parallel highways, that allows a vehicle to enter or exit a roadway
Roadway
The portion of a highway, other than the berm or shoulder, that is improved, designed, or ordinarily used for vehicular travel. If a highway includes at least two separate roadways, the term applies to each roadway separately
Safety Zone
The area in a roadway officially designated for exclusive pedestrians use and that is protected or so marked or indicated by adequate signs as to be plainly visible at all times while so designated
School Crossing Zone
A reduced speed zone designated on a street by a local authority to facilitate safe crossing of the street by children going to or leaving a public or private elementary or secondary school during the time the reduced speed limit applies
School Crosswalk
A crosswalk designated on a street by a local authority to facilitate safe crossing of the street by children going to or leaving a public or private elementary or secondary school
Shoulder
The portion of the highway:
1) Adjacent to the roadway
2) Designed or ordinarily used for parking
3) Distinguished from the roadway by different design, construction, or marking
4) Not intended for normal vehicular travel
Sidewalk
The potion of the street:
1) Between a curb or lateral line of a roadway and the adjacent property line
2) Intended for pedestrian use
Through Highway
A highway or a portion of a highway on which:
1) Vehicular traffic is given preferential right-of-way
2) Vehicular traffic entering from an intersecting highway is required by law to yield right-of-way in compliance with an official traffic-control device
Intersection
1) The common area at the junction of two highways, other than the junction of an alley and a highway
2) Each junction of each roadway of a highway that includes two roadways at least 30 ft apart with the roadway of an intersecting highway, including each roadway of an intersecting highway that includes two roadways at least 30 ft apart, is a separate intersection
What is the common area of an intersection ?
1) Within the connection of the lateral curb lines or; in the absence of curb lines, the lateral boundary lines of the roadways of intersection highways that join at approximate right angles
2) At the place where vehicles could collide if traveling on roadways of intersecting highways that join at any angle other than an approximate right angle
Official Traffic-Control Device
A sign, signal, marking or device that is:
1) Consistent with this subtitle
2) Placed or erected by a public body or officer having jurisdiction
3) Used to regulate, warn or guide traffic
Railroad Sign or Signal
A sign, signal, or device erected by a railroad, public body, or public officer to notify traffic of railroad tracks or an approaching railroad train
Traffic-Control Signal
A manual, electric, or mechanical device that alternately directs traffic to stop and to proceed
Daytime
The period beginning one-half hour before sunrise and ending one-half hour after sunset
Explosive
A chemical compound or mechanical mixture:
1) Is commonly intended for use or used to produce an explosion
2) Contains ingredients, which may include oxidizing or combustive units, in packing, proportions, or quantities that, if ignited by fire, friction, concussion, precision, or detonator, could suddenly generate highly heated gases that could damage surrounding objects or destroy life or limb
Flammable Liquid
A liquid that has a flash point of not more than 70 degrees Fahrenheit as determined by a tailgate or equivalent closed-cup test device
Gross Vehicle Weight
The weight of a vehicle and the weight of its load
Nighttime
The period beginning one-half hour after sunset and ending one-half hour before sunrise
Park or Parking
To stand an occupied or unoccupied vehicle, other than temporarily while loading or unloading merchandise or passengers
Right-of-Way
The right of one vehicle or pedestrian to proceed in a lawful manner in preference to another vehicle or pedestrian that is approaching from a direction, at a speed, and within a proximity that could cause a collision unless one grants precedence to the other
Stand or Standing
To halt an occupied or unoccupied vehicle, other than temporarily while receiving or discharging passengers
Stop or Stopping
1) Required, to completely cease movement
2) When prohibited, to halt, including momentarily halting, an occupied or unoccupied vehicle, unless necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or to comply with the directions of a police officer or a traffic-control sign or signal
Dispose or Dump
To discharge, deposit, inject, spill, leak, or place litter on or into land or water
Class C Misdemeanor: Dumping
Litter or solid waste that weighs five pounds or less and has a volume of five gallons or less
A misdemeanor if the litter or solid waste weighs less than 500 pounds or has a volume of less than 100 cubic feet and is punishable by:
A person receives a fine not to exceed $500, and confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 30 days
Person dumps lighted litter, including a match, cigarette, or cigar, onto open-space land, a private road or the highway or other public road or the right-of-way of a public highway or railroad right-of-way; A fire is ignited
Illegal Dumping
A person commits an offense if the person disposes or allows or permits the disposal of litter or other solid waste at a place that is not an approved solid waste site, including a place on or within 300 ft of a public highway, on a right-of-way, on other public or private property, or into inland or coastal water of the state
Class B Misdemeanor: Dumping
Litter or solid waste that weighs more than five pounds less than 500 pounds volume more than five gallons but less than 100 cubic ft
Class A Misdemeanor: Dumping
1) Litter or solid waste that weighs 500 pounds or more but less than 1000 pounds or a volume of 100 cubic ft or more but less than 200 cubic ft
2) Litter or solid waste is disposed for a commercial purpose and weighs more than five pounds but less than 200 pounds or has a volume of more than five gallons but less than 200 cubic ft
State Jail Felony: Dumping
1) Weighs 1000 pounds or more or has a volume of 200 cubic feet or more
2) Is disposed of for a commercial purpose and weighs 200 pounds or more or has a volume of 200 cubic ft or more
3) Is contained in a closed barrel drum
How many headlamps must a vehicle have ?
At least 2 ( 1 on each side )
What is the height requirement for headlamps ?
24in - 54in
How many auxiliary passing lamps can a vehicle have ?
May not have more than 2 on the front
How many auxiliary driving lamps can a vehicle have ?
May not have more than 2 on the front
What is the height requirement for auxiliary passing lamps ?
24in - 42in
What is the height requirement for auxiliary driving lamp ?
16in - 42in
How many tail-lamps must a vehicle have after 1960 ?
At least 2 ( 1 on each side )
How many tail-lamps must a vehicle have prior to 1960 ?
At least 1
What is the height requirement for tail-lamps ?
15in - 72in
What is the visibility of a rear tail-lamp ?
Red light visible from 1,000 ft
What is the visibility of a rear license plate ?
White light visible from 50ft
What is the visibility of a stop lamp ?
Red or amber light visible from 300ft
What color are the turn signals located on the rear of the vehicle ?
Red or amber
What color are the turn signals located on the front of the vehicle ?
White or amber
How far must a turn signal be visible for a vehicle that is at least 80 inches wide ?
500ft
How far must a turn signal be visible for a vehicle that is less than 80 inches wide ?
300ft
How many reflectors are located on the rear of a vehicle ?
At least 2 red
What is the height requirement for reflectors ?
15in - 60in
Reflectors must be visible in front of low beams from what distance ?
100 - 600ft
Reflectors must be visible in front of high beams from what distance ?
100 - 350ft
How many fog lamps can a vehicle ?
Not more than 2
What is the height requirement for fog lamps ?
12in - 30in
Hazard lights must be visible from how far away in normal sunlight ?
500ft
When approaching a vehicle from the rear, the driver must dim his lights within how many feet ?
300ft
When approaching a vehicle from the front, the driver must dim his lights within how many feet ?
500ft
It is an offense if the person disposes or allows or permits the disposal of litter or other solid waste at a place that is not an approved waste site, within how many feet of a public highway, on a right-of-way, on other public or private property or inland or coastal water ?
300ft
How many days does a new resident of this state have to obtain a Driver's License ?
90 days
How many days does a resident have to make changes to their Driver's License ?
30 days
How many days does a resident have to register a motor vehicle, trailer or semi trailer ?
30 days
Class A License
1) A vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more
2) A combination of vehicles that has a gross combination weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more, if the gross vehicle weight rating of any vehicle or vehicles in tow is more than 10,000 pounds
Class B License
1) A vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating that is more than 26,000 pounds
2) A vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating of 26,000 pounds or more towing
3) A vehicle other than a farm trailer with a gross vehicle weight rating that is not more than 10,000 pounds
4) A farm trailer with a gross vehicle weight rating that is not more than 20,000 pounds
5) A bus with a seating capacity of 24 passengers or more
Class C License
1) A vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating of less than 26,001 pounds towing a farm trailer with a gross vehicle weight rating that is no more than 20,000 pounds
Class M License
Authorizes the holder of the license to operate a motorcycle or moped
Gross Combination Weight Rating
The value specified by the manufacturer as the loaded weight of a combination or articulated vehicle or, if the manufacturer has not specified a value, the sum of the gross vehicle weight rating of the power unit and the total weight of the towed unit or units and any load on a towed unit
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
The value specified by the manufacturer as the loaded weight of a single vehicle
How many vehicles must a person own to qualify as a self-insurer by obtaining a certificate of self insurance by the department ?
25
What is the punishment for driving around a barricade without workers present ?
Misdemeanor punishable by fine not less than a $1 but no more than $200
What is the punishment for driving around a barricade with workers present ?
Misdemeanor punishable by fine not less than $2 but no more than $400
A person that is no younger than what age can operate an all-terrain vehicle ?
14 years old
A person may not operate an all-terrian vehicle on public property or beach unless the person wear what ?
Safety helmet and eye protection
For the purpose of this chapter, a motor vehicle is presumed abandoned if it is left untended for what length of time ?
48 hours
How many days must be given to appear before a magistrate if the person does not demand an earlier hearing ?
10 days
When shall an officer issue a written notice to appear before the magistrate ?
1) Speeding
2) Open Container
3) Makes a written promise to appear in court
What is a sport bike ?
Factory built motorcycles that resemble professional racing motorcycles. This style of motorcycles generally attracts younger riders
What is a street bike ?
Regular motorcycles that range from 250cc to 1100 cc engines. The riders of these bikes are in all age groups
What is a cruiser bike ?
"Top End" motorcycles that average 1100cc to 1800cc in size and usually are equipped with windshields, saddlebags, and accessories. Due to their price, their riders are usually older
How far is a vehicle suppose to park from a fire hydrant ?
15ft
What is the name of the charge title for a vehicle swerving on the roadway while not under the influence ?
Failed to Drive In Single Lane
What is the name of the arrest title for a vehicle swerving on the roadway while under the influence and has a BAC of more than .08 ?
Driving While Intoxicated
What is the name of the charge title for Unit 1 that crashes into Unit 2 that is stopped at a stop sign in the inside lane ?
Failed To Control Speed
What is the charge title for Unit 1 that ran a stop sign without attempting to stop ?
Disregard Stop Sign
What is the charge title for Unit 1 that ran a stop sign but failed to come to a complete stop behind the designated line before entering the intersection ?
Failed to Stop At Designated Point
What is the charge for Unit 1 that does not have valid insurance on the vehicle ?
Failure to Maintain Insurance or Responsibility
How many VIN# characteristics should a vehicle have after 1980 ?
17
How many VIN# characteristics should a vehicle have prior to 1980 ?
Less than 17
What is the name of the arrest title for a vehicle swerving on the roadway while under the influence and has a detectable amount of alcohol on their breath at the time of the stop, and are under 21 ?
Driving Under The Influence
What is the charge title for Unit 1 when they continue over the tracks while the train is approaching the crossing ?
Failed To Stop For Approaching Train
What is the charge title for the driver of Unit 1 if they did not secure their 7 year old, forty-eight inch son in their safety seat ?
Failing To Secure Child In Safety Seat System
What is the charge title for the driver of Unit 1 if they did not secure their 6 year old, sixty-one inch son in their safety seat ?
No violation
What is the charge title for Unit 1 if they pull out in front of an emergency vehicle in route to an alarm with emergency lights activated ?
Failed to Yield Right-Of-Way To Emergency Vehicle
What is the charge title for a Truck-Tractor that has mud flaps that are within 10 inches of the surface of the highway ?
Improper Mud Flaps
What is the charge title for a vehicle that has their auxiliary driving lamps (LED Light Bar or KC Lights) on while driving down the HWY 365 ?
Improper Use of Auxiliary Driving Lamps
What is the charge title for operating an All-Terrian Vehicle down Twin City Highway ?
Operating All-Terrian Vehicle On Public Street, Road or Highway
What is the charge title for operating an All-Terrian Vehicle on public property without passengers, but holds a valid safety certificate ?
No Violation
What is the charge title for operating an All-Terrian Vehicle on public property without holding a valid safety certificate ?
Operating All-Terrian Vehicle Without Safety Certificate
What is the charge title for operating an All-Terrian Vehicle on public property with a valid safety certificate, but is not wearing a helmet ?
Operating All-Terrian Vehicle Without Safety Helmet
What is the charge title when a vehicles plate lights are out ?
No License Plate Light
What is the charge title when the driver allows someone less than 18 years of age to ride in the bed of the truck ?
Operating Vehicle With Child Less Than 18 In Open Bed
What is the charge title when the driver operates Unit 1 without registration ?
Operating Unregistered Motor Vehicle
What is the charge title for Unit 1 when they do not provide at least half of the road to Unit 2 when passing each other ?
Failed To Give One-Half Of The Roadway Meeting Oncoming Vehicle
What is the charge title when a vehicle goes around the crossing gate, or ignores the railroad signals ?
Disregarded Railroad Signal, Crossing Gate or Flagman
What is the charge when a individual paints over a railroad sign with black paint to make it unclear what the sign says ?
Obscuring or Interference With Railroad Sign
The operator loses control of the vehicle, and runs through the median to the other side of the road. No one else is hurt or involved in the accident, what is the charge title ?
Unsafe Speed
What is the offense when a person has been previously convicted of Driving While License Invalid ?
Class B Misdemeanor
What is the offense when a person drives around a school bus that is operating a visual signal notifying they are receiving or discharging students ?
A fine of not less than $500 or more than $1,250
What is the offense when a person continues around a school bus that is operating a visual signal notifying they are receiving or discharging students, for the second time after being convicted once already ?
A fine of not less than $1,000 or more than $2,000
What is the offense when a person drives around a school bus that is operating a visual signal notifying they are receiving or discharging students, and causes serious bodily injury to another ?
Class A Misdemeanor
What is the offense when a person drives around a school bus that is operating a visual signal notifying they are receiving or discharging students, and causes serious bodily injury to another for a second time after being convicted once already ?
State Jail Felony
What is the offense when a person who is Driving While License Invalid causes or was at fault in a motor vehicle accident that resulted in serious bodily injury or the death of another ?
Class A Misdemeanor
Alcohol
1) Beer, Ale, Port, Stout,or any other similar fermented beverages or products containing one-half of one percent or more of alcohol by volume
2) wine containing one-half of one percent or more alcohol by volume
Commercial Motor Vehicle
1) Has a gross combination weight or a gross combination weight rating of 26,001 or more pounds, including a towed unit with a gross vehicle weight or a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 10,000 pounds
2) Has a gross vehicle weight or a gross vehicle weight rating of 26,001 or more pounds
3) Is designed to transport 16 or more passenger, including the driver
4) Is transporting hazardous materials and is required to be placarded
How many days within receiving notification does a department have to cancel or deny the issuance of a hazardous materials endorsement of a persons commercial drivers license ?
15 days
What is the offense if an employer allows a person to operate a commercial motor vehicle when the employer knowingly knows the person is disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle ?
Class B Misdemeanor
What is the offense for all vehicles that stop within 10ft of a railroad grade crossing ?
A fine not less than $50 or more than $200
An operator may not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger, stand or park an occupied or unoccupied vehicle: from a fire hydrant
Within 15ft
An operator may not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger, stand or park an occupied or unoccupied vehicle: from a crosswalk at an intersection
Within 20ft
An operator may not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger, stand or park an occupied or unoccupied vehicle: on the approach to a flashing signal, stop sign, yield sign, or traffic control signal located at the side of the roadway
Within 30ft
An operator may not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger, stand or park an occupied or unoccupied vehicle: of a driveway entrance to a fire station if the entrance is properly marked with a sign
Within 20ft
An operator may not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger, stand or park an occupied or unoccupied vehicle: on the side of a street opposite the entrance to a fire station that is properly marked with a sign
Within 75ft
An operator who stops or parks on a one-way roadway shall stop or park the vehicle how many inches parallel to the curb or edge of the roadway the direction of authorized traffic movement right-hand wheels of the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway ?
18 inches
An operator who stops or parks on a one-way roadway shall stop or park the vehicle how many inches parallel to the curb or edge of the roadway the direction of authorized traffic movement left-hand wheels of the left-hand curb or edge of the roadway ?
18 inches