(2) It is not possible to safely operate the ditch or exterior slope and the district shall post the appropriate notice. (k) A county, city or town, through its governing body, may, by ordinance, authorize a person to drive an all-terrain vehicle on a highway or road under its jurisdiction in order to gain access to shops and houses and to establish road connections. (a) nothing in this section or chapter 169 prohibits the use of off-highway vehicles in the right-of-way of a state highway or highway or on public lands or waters under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Natural Resources in connection with any organized competition or event, subject to the approval of the highway officer or committee, public lands or waters. FSSF (5) If the crossing takes place between half an hour after sunset and half an hour before sunrise or when visibility is limited, only when the front and rear lights are on. (2) the vehicle is completely stopped before crossing the emergency lane or the main roadway; (8) at a speed of more than ten miles per hour on the frozen surface of public waters within 100 feet of a person who is not in an off-highway vehicle or within 100 feet of a fishing shed; (c) notwithstanding paragraph 1 (b) of section 84.9256, a person under 12 years of age may operate an all-terrain vehicle in a competition held on public land or in public waters, if the off-highway vehicle has a cylinder capacity of 90 cc or less, if it complies with paragraph (h) of subsection 1 of section 84.9256 and if it is supervised by a person, who is 18 years of age or older. (1) is part of a funded grant pathway; or (9) in a manner that contravenes the rules of operation made by the Commissioner. (e) Chapters 169 and 169A apply to the operation of off-highway vehicles on highways and highways, except for provisions relating to necessary equipment and provisions which, by their nature, do not apply. (b) an off-highway vehicle may operate on a bridge other than a bridge forming part of the main lanes of a highway or on the side of the highway or embankment of a highway when necessary to avoid traffic jams or environmentally sensitive areas, where no other type of avoidance is possible; If the off-highway vehicle is travelling in the far right lane, the entrance to the roadway must be within 100 feet of the bridge, obstacle or sensitive area, and the crossing must be made without undue delay. (3) Alteration or enhancement of the act of taking play; (a) Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, a city or municipality, through its governing body, may, by resolution or by-law, prohibit the operation of off-highway vehicles on urban roads or urban roads under its jurisdiction if the by-laws are otherwise consistent with sections 84.92 to 84.928. (f) A car, trailer or other device towed by an off-road vehicle shall be equipped with reflective materials as required by the Commissioner`s regulation. (c) a person may operate a Class 1 off-highway vehicle designed by the manufacturer for off-highway use, driven by a steering wheel and equipped with driver and passenger seat belts and rollover protection, or a Class 2 off-highway vehicle; (ii) a public or private supply or pipeline undertaking used for work on utilities or pipelines. (6) without applying a brake with his hands or feet; 3.
without continuous headlamps or rear lamps if the vehicle is equipped with headlamps and rear lamps; (5) in a nursery or in a manner that damages or destroys growing animals; 3. The regulations do not require the operator of an off-highway vehicle to hold a driver`s licence when operating an off-highway vehicle. (1) The provisions must be in conformity with sections 84.92 to 84.928 and with the provisions made under sections 84.924; (b) In authorizing the contest or event, the staff member or competent body may impose such restrictions or conditions as he or she deems appropriate. The commissioner must notify the authority responsible for the road service as soon as he knows that a closure is ordered. The notice of termination shall state the reasons for and duration of the closure. It is prohibited to drive or drive an all-terrain vehicle: (4) without a functional traffic light, if applicable; (3) the driver gives way to oncoming traffic that presents an imminent danger; (1) at a speed greater than that which is reasonable or appropriate in the circumstances; (d) An off-highway vehicle may, in an emergency, operate on a highway right other than a highway right provided for in clause (b) during the period during which and at places where road conditions make it impossible to operate the motor vehicle. (c) No person shall operate an all-terrain vehicle on a highway or highway unless the vehicle is equipped with at least one headlight and one tail light, each of which has a minimum spark plug power in accordance with the regulations of the Commissioner, and brakes conforming to the standards prescribed by the regulation of the Commissioner, all subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Public Safety. (4) when crossing a divided road, the intersection must take place only at an intersection of the road with another public highway; and (3) on the bank or ditch of a public highway, yield the right of way on a designated Class 2 SUV. (7) with more than one person in the vehicle, except to the extent permitted by section 84.9257; (i) an authority responsible for the road service within the meaning of paragraph 25 of section 160.02; or (a) An off-highway vehicle may cross a highway directly, provided that: Except for employees and agents who operate the airport, it is illegal for any person to drive or operate an off-highway vehicle at an airport within the meaning of subsection 39 of section 360.013.
(1) the deterioration of vegetation on adjacent public lands; (2) act negligently, recklessly, negligently or negligently to endanger, injure or injure the person or property of others; .