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  • 17:29A-35 Motor Vehicle Violations Surcharge System
  • 17:29A-35.1 Surcharge debts of driver extinguished upon dea
  • 18 U.S. Code 13 - Laws of States adopted for all states
  • 1st Offense 39:4-50 penalty BAC 0.08%
  • 2015 Municipal Court College Book
  • 27:23-29 Compliance with regulations turnpike
  • 2nd Offense 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated penalty
  • 39: 4-208 Improper traffic & parking on State property
  • 39:1-1 Words and Phrases Defined.
  • 39:10-26 Motor vehicle dealer selling vehicle that does not
  • 39:10-27 Seller of used vehicle fails to make repair
  • 39:10B-2 Identification of motor component parts: Violation
  • 39:11-9Failure of junk yard owner to certify the condition
  • 39:12-11 Driving school failing to keep records
  • 39:12-11 Driving school failing to keep records
  • 39:12-15 Failure to wear seat belts in drivers school (inst
  • 39:12-2 Operating a driving school without a license
  • 39:12-2.1 Failure of driving school instructor to receive
  • 39:12-5 Driving school employing an unlicensed instructor
  • 39:2-2. Director of Division of Motor Vehicles; Appointmen
  • 39:2-3 Powers, Duties of Commission.
  • 39:2-3.4 Disclosure of Personal Information Connected with Motor Vehicle Record
  • 39:2-10 Records and seal; authentication of documents
  • 39:2-11. Office facilities and supplies
  • 39:2-13 Medical advisory panel
  • 39:2-14 Appointments; term; reimbursement for expenses
  • 39:2-15 Duties; recommendations; adoption by division
  • 39:2-16. Nonliability for civil damages
  • 39:2-3.2 Cooperation by Division of Motor Vehicles to regis
  • 39:2-3.3 Privacy of Motor Vehicle Records
  • 39:2-3.5 Violation, fourth degree crime
  • 39:2-3.6 Liability for civil action
  • 39:2-3.7 Construction of act
  • 39:2-3.8 Electronic processing of vehicle transactions
  • 39:2-4. Deputy director; powers; bonds; oath
  • 39:2-9.1. Abolishment of positions in DMV
  • 39:2-9.2. Reemployment rights
  • 39:2-9.3 Appointment to state police
  • 39:2-9.4 Qualifications of appointee
  • 39:2-9.5 Transfer of pension contributions and reserves
  • 39:2-9.6 Rights Preserved
  • 39:2-9.7 State Agency Transfer Act; application to act
  • 39:2-9.8 Construction of act concerning GDL
  • 39:2A-1 Short title
  • 39:2A-10 Powers of deputy chief administrator
  • 39:2A-11 Administrator considered appointing authority.
  • 39:2A-12 Board; membership; appointment; terms, vacancies.
  • 39:2A-13 Powers, duties of board
  • 39:2A-14 Election of vice-chair
  • 39:2A-15 Member compensation
  • 39:2A-16 Meetings of board
  • 39:2A-17 Minutes delivered to Governor, effect of veto
  • 39:2A-18 Members subject to Conflicts of Interest Law.
  • 39:2A-19 Removal of member
  • 39:2A-2 Findings, declarations relative to New Jersey MVC
  • 39:2A-20 Authorization of payment methods
  • 39:2A-21 Rules, regulations
  • 39:2A-22 Annual report to Governor, Legislature
  • 39:2A-23 Immunity from liability.
  • 39:2A-24 Absolute, qualified immunities
  • 39:2A-25 Legal representation
  • 39:2A-26 Advisory council
  • 39:2A-27 Study on location, adequacy of agency facilities
  • 39:2A-28 Powers, duties of administrator
  • 39:2A-29 Goals of administrator, deputy administrator
  • 39:2A-3 Definitions relative to New Jersey MVC
  • 39:2A-31 Exercise of powers by commission for people
  • 39:2A-32 Fingerprinting, criminal history checks; use
  • 39:2A-33 Contracts for ancillary services; use of revenues
  • 39:2A-34 Reorganization plans superseded
  • 39:2A-35 Transfer of Commercial Bus Unit.
  • 39:2A-36 Revenues remitted to commission, General Fund
  • 39:2A-36.1 Increase in fees, surcharges.
  • 39:2A-37 Fees concerning licenses, effective date, revenue
  • 39:2A-38 Additional fees as security surcharge; revenue
  • 39:2A-39 Monies considered revenues of commission
  • 39:2A-4 New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission established
  • 39:2A-40 Prior law superseded.
  • 39:2A-41 Severability; liberal construction
  • 39:2A-42 Promotional payment incentives
  • 39:2A-5 Employee Transfer; Retirement, & Health Benefits
  • 39:2A-6 Employee seniority, benefits transferred, continued
  • 39:2A-7 Probationary period for certain employees
  • 39:2A-8 Determination of employee salaries
  • 39:2A-9 Testing of provisional employees
  • 39:3-36 Notification of change of residence; fees, penalties
  • 39:3-4 Unregistered Vehicle Violations
  • 39:3-9a Failure to Notify Change in Name; Failure to Endorse License
  • 39:3-10 Unlicensed Drivers
  • 39:3-10.18 Commercial Drivers License
  • 39:3-10.20 Suspension of Commercial Motor Vehicle Driving Privilege
  • 39:3-10.24 Refusal to Consent to Breath Samples After Arrest for 39:3-10.13 (Operation of Commercial Vehicle While Under Influence)
  • 39:3-11. Drivers license with restrictions or conditions; violations; punishment
  • 39:3-12 Illegal Securing of Drivers License
  • 39:3-13.2a Violation of Conditions of Special Learners Permit, Other than Conviction of Alcohol or Drug-Related Offense
  • 39:3-17. Touring privileges of nonresident chauffeurs or dri
  • 39:3-20 Weight in Excess of Limitation Permitted by Certificate of Registration for Commercial Vehicles
  • 39:3-20.1 Misuse of Registration of Empty Trucks
  • 39:3-20b Commercial Motor Vehicle Registrations; Fees.
  • 39:3-27.11 Misuse of Fire Department or First Aid Squad Plates
  • 39:3-27.21 Misuse of Commercial Van Plates
  • 39:3-27.27 Misuse of Street Rod Plates
  • 39:3-29 Failure to Exhibit Documents
  • 39:3-29 Failure to Produce License, Registration or Insurance Card
  • 39:3-35 Lending or Misusing Registration Certificate or Plates
  • 39:3-37 Falsifying Application on Examination
  • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting Plate or Marker
  • 39:3-40 Driving While Suspended in New Jersey
  • 39:3-40, 39:4-50 Drivers License Increased Penalties for Driving in School Zone While Intoxicated or Suspended
  • 39:3-44. Scope and Effect
  • 39:3-47 Illuminating Devices Required; Violations, Fines
  • 39:3-47b Illuminating Devices Required; Violations, Fines.
  • 39:3-49. Headlamps
  • 39:3-50 Color of Lights, Permits; Cancellation or Revocati
  • 39:3-51. Auxiliary Driving Lamps
  • 39:3-52. Additional Lighting Equipment
  • 39:3-53. Spot lamps
  • 39:3-54. Warning lights on vehicles
  • 39:3-55. Alternate Road Lighting Equipment
  • 39:3-70.2 Air Pollution
  • 39:3-76.2 Safety Belts or Restraining Devices
  • 39:3-76.2a Restraint or Booster Seat for Child Under Age 8
  • 39:3-76.2f Failure to Wear Seatbelt
  • 39:3-76.5 Failure to Equip with Seats and Footrests for Motorcycle Passengers
  • 39:3-79.8 Prohibition of Supplying Fuel to Vehicle Without Label
  • 39:3-80 Equipment with Inferior Tires
  • 39:3-81 Projection from Tires
  • 39:3-84.3i Violation of Dimensional Limitations
  • 39:3-84.3j Violation of Weight Limitations
  • 39:3-84.3l Violation of Designated Routes
  • 39:3-1. Certain Vehicles Excepted from Chapter
  • 39:3-10 Driving with an expired license
  • 39:3-10.1 Licensing of Bus Drivers, Exemptions.
  • 39:3-10.11 Definitions Relative to Commercial Driver Licens
  • 39:3-10.11a Certain Requirements for Drivers of Vehicles In
  • 39:3-10.12 Tests for Commercial Driver License.
  • 39:3-10.13. Alcohol, Controlled Substance Use Prohibited
  • 39:3-10.14 Request for and Provision of Driving Record
  • 39:3-10.15Notification of Moving Violations,disqualification
  • 39:3-10.17. Issuance, Transfer of Commercial Driver License
  • 39:3-10.18 Possession of Valid Commercial Driver License
  • 39:3-10.18(a) Failure to possess valid commercial drivers
  • 39:3-10.18(b) Driving a commercial vehicle after dl sus
  • 39:3-10.4. Report to Director by Physicians of Persons Subj
  • 39:3-10.5. Report by Drivers License Applicants Subject
  • 39:3-10a Driving with an expired license
  • 39:3-10a Fee for Restoration of Suspended or Revoked Dl
  • 39:3-10b Applications for Motorcycle License.
  • 39:3-10c. Vision Screening
  • 39:3-10d. Implementation of Vision Reexamination
  • 39:3-10e. Involvement in Two or More Accidents
  • 39:3-10f Initial License, Renewal, Digitized Color Picture
  • 39:3-10f1 Construction of Act Local Law Enforcement
  • 39:3-10f2 Release, Disclosure of Licensees Picture Prohibi
  • 39:3-10f3 Rules, Regulations.
  • 39:3-10f4 Fee for Digitized Picture.
  • 39:3-10f5 Use of Revenues from Fees.
  • 39:3-10h Process to Prevent Forgery, Alteration.
  • 39:3-10j Findings, Declaration Concerning Commercial Driver
  • 39:3-10j Findings, Declaration Concerning Commercial Driver
  • 39:3-10k Exemption for Operators of Certain Emergency, Other
  • 39:3-10l. Rules, Regulations
  • 39:3-10n Issuance of Temporary Drivers License.
  • 39:3-11 Violating restriction on conditional license
  • 39:3-13.4. Probationary drivers license. Violations of cond
  • 39:3-17.1(b) Failure to register a vehicle within 60 days
  • 39:3-17.1(b) Failure to register a vehicle within 60 days
  • 39:3-2. Motor Vehicles Used on Rural Mail Routes Not Commer
  • 39:3-2. Motor Vehicles Used on Rural Mail Routes Not Commer
  • 39:3-20 Commercial Motor Vehicle Registrations; Fees.
  • 39:3-20(b) Speeding (commercial vehicle)
  • 39:3-20.2 Misuse of registration of empty trucks
  • 39:3-20e Exceeding Registration Weight
  • 39:3-20e Exceeding Registration Weight
  • 39:3-29 No documents in posession. License, registration cer
  • 39:3-29.8(a) Display/poss. fictitious ID
  • 39:3-29.8(b) Lend I.D. card to anothe
  • 39:3-29.8(c) Display/represent ID card not issued to him
  • 39:3-29.8(e) Utilization of ID card for forbidden acts
  • 39:3-29.8(f) Improper Reproduction of I.D. cards
  • 39:3-29.8(g) Alteration of I.D. cards
  • 39:3-3 Motor Vehicle Agents, Appointment, Duties; Backgroun
  • 39:3-32 Replacement of lost, destroyed license plates
  • 39:3-33 No license plate on car
  • 39:3-34 Application for certificate or license during suspen
  • 39:3-37.1a Unlawful loan of license, vehicle;
  • 39:3-37.1b Unlawful loan of vehicle
  • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting plate or marker
  • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting plate or marker jail up to six month
  • 39:3-4.1. Licensing Motor Vehicles for Transportation
  • 39:3-40(i) penalty Driving while license is suspended
  • 39:3-44. Unsafe vehicle
  • 39:3-47(a) Failure to use headlights
  • 39:3-47(b) Electric lamps
  • 39:3-47(c) No altering equipment to 39:3-79 defeat inspectio
  • 39:3-4a. Temporary Registration of Motor Vehicle in Another
  • 39:3-4a. Temporary Registration of Motor Vehicle in Another
  • 39:3-4b. Temporary Registration
  • 39:3-4b. Temporary Registration Any Nonresident Purchas
  • 39:3-4c Rules, Regulations Relative to Issuance of Temporary
  • 39:3-4c Rules, Regulations Relative to Issuance Temporary
  • 39:3-4d. Geographical District Defined
  • 39:3-4d. Geographical District Defined
  • 39:3-4e. Rules and Regulations; Information by Insurers
  • 39:3-4e. Rules and Regulations; Information by Insurers
  • 39:3-4f. Vehicles Registered in Foreign Country, Operati
  • 39:3-5. Denial of Registration, Reciprocity
  • 39:3-5. Denial of Registration, Reciprocity
  • 39:3-5.1. Federal Tax Payment Required
  • 39:3-51 Auxiliary driving lamps

  • 39:3-52 Additional lighting equipment

  • 39:3-54.10 More than 2 emergency lights
  • 39:3-54.7 Mounting and operation of emergency warning light
  • 39:3-54.7 Mounting and operation of emergency warning light
  • 39:3-56 Number of driving lamps required or permitted

  • 39:3-57 Single-beam road lighting
  • 39:3-58. Multiple-beam road lighting
  • 39:3-59. Beam indicator lights
  • 39:3-6.1. Definitions
  • 39:3-6.1. Definitions
  • 39:3-6.10. Suspension or Cancellation of Exemptions,
  • 39:3-6.10. Suspension or Cancellation of Exemptions, Benefit
  • 39:3-6.11. Definitions Relative to Apportioned Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.12. Membership in International Registration Plan
  • 39:3-6.13. Registration of Apportioned Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.13. Registration of Apportioned Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.14 Registration, Administrative Fees.
  • 39:3-6.15. Preservation of Operational Records
  • 39:3-6.16. Temporary Registration
  • 39:3-6.16. Temporary Registration
  • 39:3-6.17. Violation, Fines
  • 39:3-6.18. Motor Carrier Audits of Operational Records
  • 39:3-6.19. Supersedure; Nonapplicability
  • 39:3-6.19. Supersedure; Nonapplicability
  • 39:3-6.2. Authority of Director to Make Arrangements
  • 39:3-6.2. Authority of Director to Make Arrangements,
  • 39:3-6.20. Proportional Registration Distributive Fund
  • 39:3-6.21. Reciprocity
  • 39:3-6.3. Registration in Another Jurisdiction of Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.5. Exemptions, Benefits and Privileges
  • 39:3-6.6. Leased Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.6. Leased Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.7. Vehicles Registered in Jurisdiction
  • 39:3-6.9. Written Agreements, Arrangements or Declarations
  • 39:3-60. Use of multiple-beam road lighting equipment
  • 39:3-61 Lamps and reflectors required on particular vehicles
  • 39:3-61.1. Mounting of lamps and reflectors
  • 39:3-61.2. Combination of lighting devices and reflectors;
  • 39:3-61.3. Stop lamps; construction, placement and use
  • 39:3-61.4. Overhang loads; placement and use of red lamps
  • 39:3-62. Lamps on parked vehicles
  • 39:3-64. Vehicular traffic hazard warning signals
  • 39:3-65. Lamps on other vehicles and equipment
  • 39:3-66. Maintenance of lamps, reflectors
  • 39:3-69 Horns and audible warning devices.
  • 39:3-7. Power of Attorney Given by Nonresident; Service of P
  • 39:3-70 Mufflers.
  • 39:3-71. Mirrors
  • 39:3-72. Tire equipment
  • 39:3-73. Tire-chains
  • 39:3-74. Windshields must be unobstructed and equipped with
  • 39:3-75. Safety glass
  • 39:3-75.2. Rules, regulations
  • 39:3-76.2. Safety belts or restraining devices
  • 39:3-76.3. Motorcycles; height of handle bar grips
  • 39:3-76.4. Muffler systems for motorcycles
  • 39:3-77. Selling or using unapproved devices or equipment
  • 39:3-79.1 Failure to equip bus, truck, or trailer w/mud fl
  • 39:3-8 Registration Fee for Passenger Automobile; Other Vehi
  • 39:3-8.1 Licensing of Noncommercial Trucks.
  • 39:3-8.2 Additional Fees.
  • 39:3-8.2 Additional Fees.
  • 39:3-8.3 Definitions Relative to Certificate of Ownership Fo
  • 39:3-8.4 Additional Fee for Certificate of Ownership for Cer
  • 39:3-84.3(j) Violation of weight limitations
  • 39:3-84.3(l) Violation of designated routes
  • 39:3-9a Legal name of licensee; endorsement
  • 39:3-9a Legal name of licensee; endorsement.
  • 39:3-9b Street Address on Drivers License; Exception
  • 39:3-9c Rules, Regulations on Use of Drivers Addresses.
  • 39:3-9c Rules, Regulations on Use of Drivers Addresses.
  • 39:3A-1 Television set with screen visible to driver of veh
  • 39:3B-25 School Bus Driver Using Cellphone
  • 39:3B-22 Violations, penalties.
  • 39:3B-25. Use of cell phone prohibited while driving school
  • 39:3C-17 Operational limitations.
  • 39:4-135. Parking; Direction and Side of Street; Angle Pa
  • 39:4-136. Parking on Highway; Removing Vehicle; Disabled
  • 39:4-138.1 Determination of No Parking Zones.
  • 39:4-139. Loading or Unloading Passengers or Materials; Pe
  • 39:4-14.10 Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Device Defined Violations
  • 39:4-207.9 Parking Spaces for Handicapped; Requirements For
  • 39:4-215. Failure to Obey Signals, Signs or Directions
  • 39:4-27.9 Failure to Maintain Handicapped Parking Space
  • 39:4-46 Commercial Motor Vehicle Identification; GVWR to Be
  • 39:4-48 Operating or Using a Vehicle Without Consent of Owner
  • 39:4-50 Defending the DWI Under Influence Case When Blood Drawn
  • 39:4-50, Driving While Intoxicated, DWI, DUI, Drunk Driving
  • 39:4-50. Driving While Intoxicated
  • 39:4-50.14 Operation by Person Who Has Consumed Alcohol Who Is Below Age to Purchase Alcoholic Beverages (in Addition to Penalties Under Any Other Law)
  • 39:4-50.2 Refusal to Take Breath Test
  • 39:4-51a Consumption of Alcoholic Beverage While an Operator or Passenger in Motor Vehicle
  • 39:4-51b Possession of Open Container of Alcohol in Passenger Compartment
  • 39:4-52 Racing on Highway Prohibited
  • 39:4-53 Leaving Vehicle with Engine Running
  • 39:4-54. Trailers; Number Permitted; Towing Methods; Aux
  • 39:4-56. Delaying Traffic Prohibited
  • 39:4-56.1 Willfully Causing Vehicle to Become Disabled
  • 39:4-56.5 Abandonment of Motor Vehicle
  • 39:4-57.1. Activation of Interior Light in Vehicle upon Req
  • 39:4-58. Driving Vehicle with View to Rear and Sides Obstru
  • 39:4-59. Begging Rides Prohibited
  • 39:4-60. Soliciting Trade or Contributions Permitted, Cert
  • 39:4-61. Tailboard Riding No Person Shall Ride upon The
  • 39:4-62. Leaving Curb
  • 39:4-63 Placing or Throwing Injurious Substances on Highway
  • 39:4-64 Throwing or Dropping Debris from a Vehicle
  • 39:4-65 Letting off or Taking on Persons
  • 39:4-66 Emerging from an Alley
  • 39:4-67. Obstructing Passage of Other Vehicles or Street Ca
  • 39:4-68. Doors of Street Car or Autobus Closed
  • 39:4-69. Riding on Part Not Intended for Passengers Prohibi
  • 39:4-71 Driving on Sidewalk
  • 39:4-72 Slowing, Stopping on Signal from Driver, Rider of A
  • 39:4-76 Driving Overweight Vehicles on Interstate Bridge
  • 39:4-77. Loading so as to Spill Prohibited; Minimum Safety
  • 39:4-77.1bSnow or Ice Dislodged from a Moving Vehicle, Causing Injury or Property Damage
  • 39:4-78. Carrying Metals
  • 39:4-80 Traffic Control by Officers
  • 39:4-80. Traffic Control by Officers
  • 39:4-81 Observing Traffic Signals
  • 39:4-82 Keeping to Right
  • 39:4-82.1 Two Roadway Highways
  • 39:4-85.1 Designation of One-Way Traffic
  • 39:4-87 Overtaken Vehicle to Give Way
  • 39:4-89 Tailgating
  • 39:4-90 Failure to Yield at Intersection
  • 39:4-92 Failure to Comply with Regulations Concerning Emergency Vehicles
  • 39:4-92.1 Following Fire Department Vehicle Too Closely
  • 39:4-94 Railroad Employee Unnecessarily Blocking Highway with Train
  • 39:4-96 Reckless driving
  • 39:4-96, 39:4-97 Careless Driving, Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene, Failure to Report
  • 39:4-97.1 Slow Speeds as Blocking Traffic
  • 39:4-97.2 Unsafe Driving
  • 39:4-97.3 Operating Motor Vehicle while Using Cellphone
  • 39:4-98 .09 Speeding (.09 Indicates Exceeding by 1-9 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .14 Speeding (.14 Indicates Exceeding by 10-14 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .19 Speeding (.19 Indicates Exceeding by 15-19 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .24 Speeding (.24 Indicates Exceeding by 20-24 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .29 Speeding (.29 Indicates Exceeding by 25-29 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .34 Speeding (.34 Indicates Exceeding by 30-34 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .44 Speeding (.44 Indicates Exceeding by 40-44 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .49 Speeding (.49 Indicates Exceeding by 45-49 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .54 Speeding (.54 Indicates Exceeding by 50-54 MPH)
  • 39:4-98, 39:4-99 Speeding and Radar
  • 39:4-98.3, 39:4-98.5 Sixty-Five MPH Speed Limit
  • 39:4-10. Lights and reflectors on bicycles
  • 39:4-10.1 Bicycle helmets, requirements
  • 39:4-10.1 failure to use Bicycle helmets, requirements
  • 39:4-10.10 Rights, duties of roller skaters, skateboarders on roadway.
  • 39:4-10.10a Regulation of skateboarding, roller skating
  • 39:4-10.10b Accommodation of roller skates, skateboards
  • 39:4-10.11 Roller skaters, skateboarders to keep to right o
  • 39:4-10.12 Act not applicable to roller skating rinks
  • 39:4-10.13 Rules, regulations
  • 39:4-10.2 Violations, warnings, fines; fund
  • 39:4-10.3 Posting of sign required; violations, penalties
  • 39:4-10.4. Rules, regulations
  • 39:4-10.5 Definitions, requirements relative to helmets
  • 39:4-10.6 Violations, penalties, disposition of fines
  • 39:4-10.7 Noncompliance no bar to action.
  • 39:4-10.8 Warning notice for skates, skateboards, etc.
  • 39:4-10.9 Posting of sign required; violations; penalties.
  • 39:4-100 Speeding Across Sidewalk
  • 39:4-101. Speedways
  • 39:4-102. Speeding by Physicians in Emergencies
  • 39:4-103. Exemptions from Speed Regulations
  • 39:4-104. Violations of Article; Penalty
  • 39:4-106. Sequence of Lights
  • 39:4-107. Period or Cycle
  • 39:4-108. Semaphores
  • 39:4-109. Position of Lenses
  • 39:4-11. Audible signal
  • 39:4-11.1. Brake required
  • 39:4-110. Height of Signals
  • 39:4-111. Power of Lights
  • 39:4-112. Visibility of Signals to Traffic at Intersections
  • 39:4-113. Continuously Controlled Highway
  • 39:4-114. Traffic Signal in Paved Roadway or Poles in Cross
  • 39:4-115 Improper Turn at Traffic Light
  • 39:4-116 Failure to Make Proper Right or Left Turn at Arrow
  • 39:4-117 Special Pedestrian Interval
  • 39:4-118. Beacon or Flashing Signal
  • 39:4-12. Position of hands and feet; carrying another pers
  • 39:4-120 Traffic Control Signal Devices.
  • 39:4-120.1. Official Traffic Control Signals
  • 39:4-120.10. Penalties
  • 39:4-120.11. Rules, Regulations
  • 39:4-120.2. Flashing Mechanism; Use by Municipalities
  • 39:4-120.3. Submission of Written Information to Commission
  • 39:4-120.5. Definitions
  • 39:4-120.6. Erection of Traffic Control Device by Owner Of
  • 39:4-120.7. Approval for Traffic Control Device
  • 39:4-120.8. Owners Responsibilities
  • 39:4-120.9 Motorists required to obey traffic control device
  • 39:4-120.9. Drivers Obedience
  • 39:4-121.Traffic Lights on State Roads in Suburban District
  • 39:4-123 Failure to Make Proper Right and Left Turns
  • 39:4-125 Improper U-Turn
  • 39:4-126 Failure to Give Proper Signal
  • 39:4-127.2 Improper Crossing at Bridge
  • 39:4-128.1 Passing a School Bus - Penalties
  • 39:4-129(a) Leaving the scene of accident involving injury
  • 39:4-129(b) Leaving the scene of accident involving damage
  • 39:4-129(d) Leaving the scene of accident involving damage
  • 39:4-129, 39:4-130 Leaving Scene of Accident and Failure to Report, Car Accident
  • 39:4-130 Failure to Report Accident
  • 39:4-132 Failure of repairman to report damages
  • 39:4-135 Parking; direction and side of street; angle park
  • 39:4-137 Vehicle without driver; brakes set; motor stopp
  • 39:4-138 parking offenses
  • 39:4-14. Hitching on vehicles prohibited
  • 39:4-14.1 Rights, duties of bicycle riders
  • 39:4-14.10. Definitions, regulations; mobility device
  • 39:4-14.11 Noncompliance with electric device regulations
  • 39:4-14.12 Motorized scooter, prohibited from operation
  • 39:4-14.13 Violations, fines, seizure, community service.
  • 39:4-14.14 Operation of motorized scooters permitted
  • 39:4-14.15 Issuance of placard
  • 39:4-14.2. Keeping to right; exceptions; single file
  • 39:4-14.3 Regulations relative to motorized bicycles
  • 39:4-14.3a. Retail sales; conformance of bicycles
  • 39:4-14.3b. Violations; penalties
  • 39:4-14.3c. Rules and regulations
  • 39:4-14.3d. Operator only on bicycle
  • 39:4-14.3e. Compulsory liability insurance coverage
  • 39:4-14.3f. Accident reports
  • 39:4-14.3g. Operation by person under influence of liquor
  • 39:4-14.3h. Suspension of privilege; second violation
  • 39:4-14.3i. Registration; requirements; form and content
  • 39:4-14.3j. Form for sale of motorized bicycles
  • 39:4-14.3k. License plate
  • 39:4-14.3m. Display of license
  • 39:4-14.3n. Make and model numbers; certification
  • 39:4-14.3o. Nonresident motorized bicycle owners
  • 39:4-14.3p. Proof of ownership
  • 39:4-14.3q. Helmet
  • 39:4-14.3r. Dealer licensed as motor vehicle dealer
  • 39:4-14.3s. Rules and regulations
  • 39:4-14.3t. Violations; fine
  • 39:4-14.3u. Ownership acquired prior to effective date
  • 39:4-14.3v. Education program for safe operation; fund
  • 39:4-14.3v1. Educational program for safe operation
  • 39:4-14.3w. Appropriation of fees
  • 39:4-14.3x. Motorized bicycle operators subject to penalty
  • 39:4-14.4. Sale or rent of bicycle; reflective equipment
  • 39:4-14.4a. Helmet use; required display of statement
  • 39:4-14.5. Bicycle defined
  • 39:4-14.6. Inapplicability of act to persons
  • 39:4-14.7. Equipment; rules and regulations
  • 39:4-14.7a Rules, regulations; warning cards
  • 39:4-14.8. Violations; penalties
  • 39:4-14.9. Enforcement of act; jurisdiction of proceedings
  • 39:4-145 Failure to Yield to a Line of Vehicles Entering Stop or Yield Intersection After Stopping
  • 39:4-15. Sleigh bells on horses attached to a sleigh
  • 39:4-16. Unattended horses; precautions used
  • 39:4-17. Unbitted horses
  • 39:4-18. Removing part of vehicle or harness
  • 39:4-183.1 Legal Authority
  • 39:4-183.1a Installation of Traffic Control Device, Sign By
  • 39:4-183.2. Signs Hereafter Erected
  • 39:4-183.22a. Construction Warning Signs
  • 39:4-183.29. Continuance of Rules and Regulations Promulgat
  • 39:4-183.3. Display of Unauthorized Traffic Signs
  • 39:4-183.30. Effect of Act on Offenses, Liabilities, Penalt
  • 39:4-183.4. Prohibited Signs Deemed a Nuisance; Action For
  • 39:4-183.6 Determination of Signage.
  • 39:4-183.9 Design of Traffic Signs.
  • 39:4-19. Obstructing sidewalk with tie rope, etc.
  • 39:4-2. Transfer of powers and duties of to director
  • 39:4-20. Hitching horses to pole, post, tree or hydrant
  • 39:4-203.5 Offenses in area of highway construction, repair
  • 39:4-21. Racing on highway prohibited; exception
  • 39:4-22. Reins held in hands
  • 39:4-23. Mistreatment of horse, violations
  • 39:4-24. Use of whip
  • 39:4-25. Lights on animal-drawn vehicles
  • 39:4-25.1. Rights and duties of animal riders or drivers
  • 39:4-26. Moving heavy machinery, apparatus, etc.
  • 39:4-27. Loading and operation of trailer; responsibility
  • 39:4-28. Height; overhead wires
  • 39:4-29. Time for moving along street railway tracks
  • 39:4-30. Exceptions to application of article; temporary
  • 39:4-32 Crossing roadway; signal.
  • 39:4-33. Use of designated crosswalk; keeping to right
  • 39:4-37.1 Right-of-way crossing intersection for blind pers
  • 39:4-38. Vehicles travelling upon street car route to give
  • 39:4-39. Distance to be kept behind street car
  • 39:4-40. Passing street car
  • 39:4-42. Action of motorman on collision
  • 39:4-49 Tampering with vehicle; fine
  • 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated 3rd offense penalty
  • 39:4-50.15(b) Parent driving while intoxicated with child
  • 39:4-50.16 Ignition Interlock Devices
  • 39:4-50.17 Sentencing Drunk Driving Offenders
  • 39:4-50.19(b) Circumventing interlock device
  • 39:4-50.4a Revocation for Refusal to Submit to Breath Test
  • 39:4-50.4a Revocation for Refusal to Submit to Breath Test;
  • 39:4-51 Sentence for violation of 39:4-50; work release
  • 39:4-51a No consumption of alcoholic beverages in car
  • 39:4-51b. Prohibition of possession of open, unsealed alcoh
  • 39:4-53. Leaving vehicle with engine running prohibited; f
  • 39:4-54. Trailers; number permitted; towing methods
  • 39:4-56.8 removal of disabled motor vehicles by towing
  • 39:4-58 Driving vehicle with view to rear and sides obstruc
  • 39:4-59 Hitch-hiking Begging rides prohibited
  • 39:4-6 Duties of commissioner. 39:4-6
  • 39:4-63 Placing, throwing, or depositing injurious substance
  • 39:4-64 Throwing or dropping debris from a vehicle
  • 39:4-67 Obstructing passage of vehicles
  • 39:4-68 Doors of street car or autobus closed
  • 39:4-7 Directors hearings; subpoenas
  • 39:4-76 Driving overweight vehicle on interstate bridge
  • 39:4-77.1a Snow or ice falling off moving vehicle- noncommerc
  • 39:4-79. Backing to curb
  • 39:4-8 Commissioner of Transportations approval required
  • 39:4-8.1 Approval of handicapped parking spaces, signs
  • 39:4-8.10 Construction of speed humps, traffic measures
  • 39:4-8.11 Conformance of speed humps to DOT standards
  • 39:4-8.12 Traffic Control Systems Findings, Declarations
  • 39:4-8.13 Definitions relative to traffic control systems
  • 39:4-8.14 Five-year traffic signal pilot program
  • 39:4-8.15 Review of recorded images by law enforcement
  • 39:4-8.16 Rules, regulations
  • 39:4-8.17 Reports from municipalities
  • 39:4-8.18 Effective date, expiration date
  • 39:4-8.19 Request for review; fees, rules, regulations
  • 39:4-8.2 Definitions relative to traffic regulation
  • 39:4-8.20 Payment of fine; distribution
  • 39:4-8.21 Construction of curb extension, bulbout
  • 39:4-8.3 Regulation of traffic, parking, etc.
  • 39:4-8.4 Issuance of order
  • 39:4-8.5 Official permanent record of orders.
  • 39:4-8.6 Continuance, adoption of rules, regulations.
  • 39:4-8.7 Orders not considered rule, regulation
  • 39:4-8.8 Construction of act
  • 39:4-8.9 Definitions relative to speed humps
  • 39:4-80 Failure to obey directions of officer
  • 39:4-82 Failure to keep right
  • 39:4-82.1 Failure to drive on righthand roadway
  • 39:4-83 Failure to keep to right at intersection
  • 39:4-84 Failure to pass to right when proceeding in opposite
  • 39:4-85 Failure to pass to left when overtaking
  • 39:4-87.1 Failure to yield to bus
  • 39:4-88 Failure to Observe Traffic Lanes unsafe lane change violation
  • 39:4-9.1. Exchange of information concerning violations
  • 39:4-90 Right of way at intersections
  • 39:4-92.1 Following fire department vehicle too closely back
  • 39:4-92.2 Procedure for motorist approaching stationary
  • 39:4-93. Processions
  • 39:4-97 Careless driving
  • 39:5-30 Suspension, Revocation of Registration, License Certificates
  • 39:5D-1 Moving Violation Out of State
  • 39:6B-2 Driving Without Insurance - Strict Liability and Substantial Penalties
  • 39:6B-1 Maintenance of Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Cov
  • 39:8-1 Motor Vehicle Inspections, Exceptions.
  • 39:8-4. Reinspection
  • 39:8-6. Display of Approval Certificate on Request
  • 39:8-62. No Operation in Violation of Standards Establis
  • 39:8-18 Affixing approval sticker without re-inspection or c
  • 39:8-48 Private agency affixes certificate without inspect
  • 39:8-9(c) displaying a fraudulent sticker
  • 39:9-2 Commercial driver exceeding maximum permitted on-duty
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