Uniform Traffic Control Act of 1969

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Uniform Traffic Control Act
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General Information
Short Title Uniform Traffic Control Act
Long Title San Andreas Uniform Traffic Control Act of 1969
Acronyms UTC
Enacted By San Andreas Congress
History
Introduced TBA
Passed TBA
Amendments None
Ratified No

Contents

Chapter I - Foreword

§ 101 - Definitions

(a) For the purposes of this law and all references to this law, an "Emergency Vehicle" shall mean:

(1) a public or private ambulance;
(2) a fire department, emergency services, or police vehicle;
(3) a private vehicle utilized by any emergency medical services employee, police officer, or firefighter when responding to requests for assistance, emergency calls, fire alarms, or medical emergencies.

(b) For the purpose of this law and all references to this law, the term “serious bodily injury” means an injury to another person, which consists of a physical condition that creates a substantial risk of death, serious personal disfigurement, or protracted loss or impairment of the function of any bodily member or organ.

(c) For the purpose of this law and all references to this law, the term “Amber Authorized Vehicles” shall mean a tow truck, 18 wheeler tractor-trailer, construction vehicle, dump truck, snow plow truck, and other special vehicles designated by the San Andreas Department of Transportation or Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

Chapter II - Non-Moving Violations

§ 201 - Illegal Parking

(a) No driver shall park, leave unattended, or willfully abandon a vehicle in any of the following locations:

(1) Against the flow of traffic.
(2) In a manner that blocks pedestrian passage on a sidewalk
(3) In Front of a public or private driveway without consent.
(4) In an intersection or a crosswalk or within ten feet thereof.
(5) In front of any bus stops or in close vicinity blocking access to the bus stop by a bus.
(6) Within 30 feet of an emergency services (Fire, Police, EMS) station driveway or fire hydrant.
(7) On a center median strip.
(8) Anywhere a “No Parking” sign is lawfully erected.
(9) In posted “No Stopping” or emergency zones.
(10) On private property without the consent of property owners or authorized person(s) acting on behalf of the property owner.
(11) In a designated emergency or fire lanes, often marked with red paint on the curb.
(12) On bridges, tunnels or in a way that impedes traffic on a roadway.
(13) On train tracks or within 10 feet of train tracks or a railroad crossing.
(14) Infront any building operated by any branch of government, hospital, or the Superior Court of San Andreas.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 1 hour or until the rightful owner has claimed the vehicle.

§ 202 - Unregistered Vehicles

(a) No person shall operate a motor vehicle on a public roadway, or park a motor vehicle on public property that is not registered lawfully with the State of San Andreas Department of Motor Vehicles.

(1) A 3 day grace period will apply to vehicles that have recently been sold or transferred.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $3,000 and have their license suspended for 14 days.

(c) Any vehicle(s) used in the commission of this crime may be seized and shall only be released at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Courts and only if the owner has formally agreed to be in compliance with the law.

§ 203 - Damaged or Unsafe Vehicle

(a) No person shall operate a motor vehicle which is damaged, such as having smashed windows, doors, or other equipment which could potentially drop parts into the roadway.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 204 - Lighting Requirements

(a) All drivers are required to maintain in working order.

(1) When operating an automobile on a public roadway, at any time of night, or due to insufficient light or unfavorable atmospheric conditions, the appropriately lighted lamps with one on each side of the front of the vehicle which shall display a white light only, and two on the rear of the vehicle which shall display a red light only.
(2) When operating a motorcycle on a public roadway at any time, two lighted lamps in a conspicuous position, one on the front of the vehicle which shall display a white light only, and one on the rear of the vehicle which shall display a red light only.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 205 - Seatbelt Requirements

(a) Every person occupying a motor vehicle on a public roadway, while in motion shall wear a seatbelt unless the vehicle is a motorcycle.

(b) It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure all persons under the age of 18 are properly secured by a seatbelt while occupying a vehicle in motion.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 206 - Equipment Requirements

(a) No driver shall operate a vehicle on a public roadway:

(1) while operating any kind of hydraulic systems attached to the vehicle;
(2) without the appropriate number of functional, and undamaged or compromised tires;
(3) if it is equipped with any kind of strobe light, emergency lighting system, siren, or emergency signaling device;
(4) while in operation of any kind of floodlight system that may distract or visually impair oncoming traffic or pedestrians;
(5) with any kind of object within the cabin of the vehicle that obstructs the forward-facing view of the driver, or would otherwise be found to reasonably obstruct the required functions of the driver, or compromise the safety of the vehicle in operation.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $3,000.

§ 207 - Jaywalking

(a) All pedestrian traffic shall be permitted to cross a roadway, unless doing so at a marked crosswalk, or at an intersection marked as a four-way stop.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $200.

§ 208 - Hitchhiking

(a) No person shall flag down, or attempt to flag down, any vehicle for the purposes of being carried to another destination while on foot, or in any part of the roadway or sidewalk.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $200.

§ 209 - Restriction of Off-Road Vehicles

(a) No person shall operate an off-road vehicle on any paved public roadway. This includes:

(1) ATVs,
(2) Golf Carts,
(3) Snowmobiles,
(4) Dirt Bikes (without a license plate),
(5) Or any other recreational vehicle not designated with a license plate.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 210 - Falsified Vehicle Information

(a) No person shall forge, attempt to forge, alter or attempt to alter, or falsify or attempt to falsify any identifying information of a motor vehicle including official documents, or the associated Vehicle Identification Number, or be in possession of a vehicle associated with any of the above.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a misdemeanor of the second degree.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days or seizure and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 211 - Throwing Items at a Vehicle

(a) No person shall throw, or attempt to throw, or pretend to throw, any item or substance at an occupied vehicle.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a misdemeanor of the first degree.

§ 212 - Impersonation

(a) No person shall operate or possess a vehicle with the intent or, that could be confused by a member of the public, to impersonate a:

(1) Law Enforcement Officer, Federal Agent, Firefighter, or Emergency Medical Responder.

(b) The usage of lettering, in any language of “POLICE”, “AMBULANCE”, “FIRE”, “SWAT”, “SHERIFF”, or any derivative thereof, and distinctive color schemes, or markings, shall be restricted for use only by the appropriate government agencies.

(c) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a misdemeanor of the second degree.

(d) Any vehicle used in the commission of this crime may be seized and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

Chapter III - Moving Violations

§ 301 - Obeying Road Signs

(a) All drivers shall obey any lawfully posted road signage in reasonable circumstances. This includes, but is not limited to:

(1) Stop Signs,
(2) Yield Signs,
(3) “One Way” signs,
(4) Signs for “No Parking”,
(5) Posted Speed Limits,
(6) Lane Designation Signs,
(7) Any other sign posted by State or Local Government

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 302 - Traffic Lights & Stop Requirements

(a) All drivers shall obey all traffic lights whereby:

(1) a green light indicates that approaching traffic may proceed;
(2) a yellow light indicates that approaching traffic should slow down and prepare to stop;
(3) a red light indicates that approaching traffic is to stop and come to a full stop.

(b) All drivers may proceed through a red light after coming to a full stop if the intersection is clear and no traffic is present or approaching.

(c) All drivers may make a right-hand turn at a red light, after coming to a full stop and ensuring that the intersection is clear before proceeding.

(d) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 303 - Excessive Speeds

(a) No driver shall travel on a roadway in excess of the posted speed limit. If no limit is posted, then it shall be assumed that the limit is 55 MPH.

(b) Any driver found traveling in excess of up to 10 miles per hour may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $200.

(c) Any driver found traveling in excess of up to 20 miles per hour may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $400.

(d) Any driver found traveling in excess of up to 30 miles per hour may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $600.

(e) Any driver found traveling in excess of up to 40 miles per hour may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $800.

(f) Any driver found traveling in excess of up to 50 miles per hour may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $1000.

(g) Any driver found traveling in excess of more than 50 miles per hour may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $2000.

§ 304 - Driver License Requirements

(a) Every driver of a motor vehicle shall carry his or her relevant license with him or her at all times while he or she is in the operation of a motor vehicle and shall surrender the license for reasonable inspection upon the demand of a Law Enforcement Officer in accordance with their duties.

(b) Every person who is unable or refuses to surrender his or her license shall, when requested by a police officer or officer, give reasonable identification of himself or herself and the correct name and address of the person shall be deemed to be reasonable identification.

(c) No person shall, lend his or her driver’s license or permit the use of it by another person.

(d) A person whose driver’s license or privilege to drive a motor vehicle in San Andreas has been suspended shall not drive a motor vehicle.

(e) No person under the age of sixteen years shall drive or operate a motor vehicle on a public roadway.

(f) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 305 - Unlawful U-Turns

(a) No driver shall perform a U-Turn in an unsafe manner, or within an unsafe proximity to oncoming traffic, or on a roadway with a posted speed limit greater than 55 miles per hour.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 306 - Improper Lane Usage

(a) All drivers shall travel on the right side of the road, and not against the flow of traffic or in any lane designated for oncoming traffic unless reasonable circumstances exist and such travel is done in a safe manner.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 307 - Signal Requirements

(a) All drivers shall be required to signal to other drivers when performing any of the following actions:

(1) changing lanes;
(2) turning onto another roadway;
(3) turning into a driveway;
(4) pulling over to the side of a roadway;
(5) moving the vehicle in reverse;
(6) performing a u-turn or;
(7) making any sudden change to their direction of travel.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $200.

§ 308 - Obstructing The Flow of Traffic

(a) All drivers are required to maintain the flow of traffic, and not loiter, attempt to flag down other drivers, stop without signaling or due reason, or otherwise driving in a manner that would otherwise impede traffic such as traveling well below the posted limit.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 309 - Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicles

(a) All drivers are required to yield and pull off to the side of the road and stop in order to make way for emergency vehicles with flashing lights and or sirens.

(b) All drivers are required to yield and pull off to the side of the road and stop if instructed to do so at the most reasonable time if a Law Enforcement Officer is attempting to signal to the driver that a Traffic Stop is being executed on their vehicle.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 310 - Distracted Driving

(a) All drivers are required to give their full attention to the operation of the motor vehicle and may not engage in conduct such as:

(1) using handheld electronic devices;
(2) boisterous conduct;
(3) while wearing headphones;
(4) consuming of food or;
(5) any other behavior that would require the driver’s attention to shift away from the roadway, while underway.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 311 - Illegally Modified Vehicles

(a) No person shall drive on a public roadway, a motor vehicle manufactured or modified after its manufacture such that nitrous oxide may be delivered into the fuel mixture.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days or seizure and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 312 - Following An Emergency Vehicle

(a) No person shall follow an emergency vehicle while it is in operation of emergency lights or sirens without a lawful reason, or prior authorization.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $1,500.

§ 313 - Clinging or Unsafe Loads

(a) No person shall cling, attach themselves, or otherwise be towed by a vehicle, or permit themselves to be towed or carried while remaining in their vehicle by another vehicle.

(b) All drivers are required to ensure that any towed or carried loads are safely secured to their vehicles.

(c) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $2,000.

(d) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 314 - Driving Without a License Plate

(a) All motor vehicles shall have affixed, at all times while in operation, at least one license plate, issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles that is not:

(1) obstructed in any fashion;
(2) registered to another vehicle;
(3) altered in any way;
(4) and can be plainly seen by other drivers or pedestrians within 20 feet of the vehicle.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $3,000 and have their license suspended for 14 days.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Courts and only after the owner has formally agreed to be in compliance with the law.

§ 315 - Yielding to Pedestrians

(a) All drivers are expected to yield and, or stop for pedestrians who shall maintain the right of way, in all reasonable circumstances.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 316 - Helmet Requirements

(a) No person shall ride or operate a motorcycle or off-road vehicle unless the person is wearing a helmet, reasonably certified for protection against impact, and the chin strap of the helmet is securely fastened under the chin.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $400.

§ 317 - Throwing Items From a Moving Vehicle

(a) No person, occupying a moving vehicle shall at any time, throw an item or substance from the vehicle,

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $400.

§ 318 - Illegal Overtaking

(a) No driver shall overtake another vehicle when:

(1) performed in an unsafe manner;
(2) in close proximity to oncoming traffic;
(3) done in any manner that would require the driver to move off the marked roadway;
(4) performed on a single lane roadway or;
(5) performed in a manner that would violate any other law or road regulation.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

§ 319 - Right of Way

(a) All drivers shall be expected to yield the right of way to other drivers under the following circumstances:

(1) When arriving at a Yield Sign.
(2) When arriving at a four-way stop where other drivers have already come to a stop. In this case, the driver to the right always has the right of way.
(3) When entering or turning on any roadway to oncoming traffic.
(4) To pedestrians crossing at a marked crosswalk.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $500.

Chapter IV - Vehicle and Traffic Misdemeanors

§ 401 - Driving Without a License

(a) No person shall operate a motor vehicle without the appropriate license, issued to them by the State of San Andreas, and on their person at the time of operation. An exception to this is the operation of a moped or similar two-wheeled vehicle with an engine power of 50cc or less, which shall require no license to operate, however, the operator must be of at least 16 years of age.

(1) A person who violates any provision of this section as a first offense commits a non-criminal violation and may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $1,000.
(2) A person who violates any provision of this section as a second offense commits a non-criminal violation and may be cited for a financial penalty not greater than $2,000.
(3) A person who violates any provision of this section as a third offense commits a misdemeanor of the third degree.
(4) A person who violates any provision of this section as a fourth offense or subsequently commits a misdemeanor of the second degree.

(b) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded not exceeding 7 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 402 - Driving on a Suspended License

(a) No person shall knowingly operate a motor vehicle while under suspension of the license relevant to the operation of said motor vehicle

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a misdemeanor of the third degree.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days or seizure and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 403 - Impeding Traffic

(a) No person shall willfully impede the flow of traffic by stopping, standing, or parking in traffic in a way that does or could impede the flow of traffic or safe use of the public roadways.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a misdemeanor of the third degree.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days or seizure and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 404 - Evading an Officer in a Vehicle

(a) No person shall evade, or attempt to evade or elude any Law Enforcement Officer acting within their duties or under circumstances which would require a person to stop while operating any kind of vehicle.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a misdemeanor of the first degree.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 405 - Misdemeanor Hit and Run

(a) No person shall, while in the operation of a motorized vehicle, hit another occupied, unoccupied vehicle, person, or property, and then fail to stop in order to take reasonably appropriate action be it:

(1)notifying emergency services;
(2)render aid or;
(3)exchange valid contact information.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a misdemeanor of the second degree.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 406 - Reckless Driving

(a) No person shall operate a vehicle on a public roadway without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the highway. Acts that may constitute Reckless Driving include, but are not limited to:

(1) Failing to maintain a safe distance from other vehicles or tailgating.
(2) Failing to check mirrors when reversing or changing directions.
(3) Failure to move aside for emergency vehicles with emergency warning systems (lights and/or sirens) active.
(4) Making risky or unsafe passing.
(5) Running a red light or stop sign.
(6) Excessive speeds of over double the posted limit.
(7) Stunt driving such as wheelies, drifting, or burnouts.
(8) Collisions involving pedestrians and cyclists.
(9) A crash caused because of a careless action – such as texting and driving.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a misdemeanor of the second degree and may have their license suspended for a period of time not greater than seven days.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

Chapter V - Vehicle and Traffic Felonies

§ 501 - Felony Reckless Evading

(a) No person shall evade, elude or attempt to evade a law enforcement officer in a way that causes damage to property, or poses a threat to property or life while operating a motor vehicle.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a felony of the sixth degree.

(c) A person who violates any provision of this section in a manner that endangers the life of a law enforcement officer or a minor commits a felony of the fifth degree.

(e) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be seized or impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 502 - Evasion Causing Injury or Death

(a) No person shall, in the commission or attempted commission of evading a Law Enforcement Officer, cause any serious injury or death to another person, including passengers of a vehicle.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a felony of the fifth degree.

(c) A person who violates any provision of this section in a manner that results in the injury or death a law enforcement officer or a minor commits a felony of the fourth degree.

(d) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 14 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 503 - Felony Hit and Run

(a) No person shall, while in operation of a motorized vehicle, hit another occupied, unoccupied vehicle, person, or property, causing great bodily harm, death, or major property damage (exceeding $5,000) and then fail to stop in order to take appropriate action be it:

(1) notifying emergency services;
(2) render Aid or;
(3) exchange valid contact information.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a felony of the sixth degree.

(c) A person who violates any provision of this section in a manner that involves a law enforcement officer or a minor commits a felony of the fifth degree.

(d) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 14 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 504 - Driving Under the Influence

(a) No person shall operate any type of vehicle, including bicycles, while intoxicated or under the influence of any controlled substance. This includes maintaining a blood alcohol percentage above 0.08%.

(b) A Law Enforcement Officer may use his or her professional judgment in determining the level of intoxication or influence. This may include a “field sobriety test,” testing of the breath for a blood alcohol content, or any otherwise reliable means by which the officer has received training to conduct.

(c) A person may be taken into custody even if their blood alcohol percentage is below 0.08% if the officer believes that they present a risk to public safety or if the person refuses to be subjected to the previously listed methods of evaluation.

(d) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a felony of the seventh degree.

(e) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 7 days and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 505 - Felony Street Competition

(a) No person shall engage in any kind of planned, organized, or premeditated street competition on a public roadway, or private property without expressed consent. This includes but is not limited to:

(1) Drag Races,
(2) Stunt Exhibitions or,
(3) Drifting Contests.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a felony of the seventh degree.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 14 days or seizure and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 506 - Felony Public Endangerment

(a) No person shall, by an act of negligence or by willful intent, place another person in acute danger through the unsafe operation of a motor vehicle, firearm or by any other means.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a felony of the sixth degree.

(c) A person who violates any provision of this section in a manner that involves a law enforcement officer or a minor commits a felony of the fifth degree.

(d) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 14 days or seizure and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

§ 507 - Failure to Avoid Emergency Vehicles

(a) No person shall approach an emergency services scene where emergency lights are active, in a motor vehicle without switching safely to the furthest possible lane when reasonable to do so, and slowing down to at most, half the posted speed limit or:

(1) breach the perimeter of an emergency scene with a vehicle or;
(2) interfere in any way with an emergency scene utilizing a vehicle.

(b) A person who violates any provision of this section commits a felony of the seventh degree.

(c) A vehicle used in the violation of any provision of this section may be impounded for a period of time not exceeding 14 days or seizure and shall only be released sooner at the discretion of a Justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas.

Chapter VI - Vehicle Designations & Provisions

§ 501 - Emergency Vehicle Provisions

(a) Emergency Vehicles have the special driving privileges to exceed posted speed limits, enter opposing lanes of traffic, park or stand regardless of local and state parking requirements, disregard red lights and stop signs, and otherwise expedite with purpose when deemed necessary for emergency response. All emergency vehicle operators must attend a state-approved emergency vehicle operator’s course (( WIP - Not in effect yet. )) (EVOC) and must drive with due regard for public safety and common sense. Lights or sirens may only be used when responding to and at the scene of genuine emergencies.

(b) Only authorized vehicles used in a law enforcement or emergency services capacity by local, county, or state authorities are authorized in the use of red and blue emergency lighting. No vehicle not outlined in this act may possess, use, or equip emergency lighting and/or emergency sirens.

§ 402 - Amber Authorized Vehicle Provisions

(a) Vehicles authorized in using amber strobes/flashing warning lights are defined in clause § 101 (c) of this act. No other vehicle may possess or use amber strobes or warning lights. A vehicle's standard 4-way flashers do not apply to this provision.

(b) No part of this act shall be misconstrued as to give Amber Authorized Vehicle’s any special operating privileges above any other vehicle on the road.

Amendments

None