City of Las Vegas, NM
San Miguel County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Las Vegas 2-17-2010 by Ord. No. 09-25.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Penalty assessments for nontraffic violations — See Ch. 179.
Signs — See Ch. 347.
Streets, sidewalks, rights-of-way and driveways — See Ch. 377.
012a Parallel Tables 012b Penalty Assessment Program
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Editor's Note: This chapter comprises the New Mexico Uniform Traffic Ordinance, 2004 Compilation, and contains all revisions through 2009.
Preface to 2004 Compilation of the New Mexico Uniform Traffic Ordinance: This Uniform Traffic Ordinance consists of the 2004 Compilation, which replaces the 1997 Compilation and amendments through 2009. The citations in parentheses are to the 1978 New Mexico Statutes Annotated (or as amended since 1979). These citations at the end of a paragraph indicate comparable provisions in the state law. The exact language in the State Motor Vehicle Code has been used in the ordinance wherever possible. An asterisk (*) at the end of a paragraph indicates that there are no comparable provisions in the State Code. A reference includes any unreferenced paragraphs that precede it.
Article I Definitions

§ 12-1-1 Definitions of words and phrases.

§ 12-1-2 Abandoned vehicle.

§ 12-1-3 Administrator.

§ 12-1-4 Alley.

§ 12-1-5 Authorized emergency vehicle.

§ 12-1-6 Bicycle.

§ 12-1-7 Bus.

§ 12-1-8 Business district.

§ 12-1-9 Cancellation.

§ 12-1-10 Combination.

§ 12-1-10.1 Commercial motor vehicle.

§ 12-1-11 Controlled access street.

§ 12-1-12 Converter gear.

§ 12-1-13 Crosswalk.

§ 12-1-14 Curb loading zone.

§ 12-1-15 Daytime.

§ 12-1-16 Dealer.

§ 12-1-17 Director.

§ 12-1-18 Divided street.

§ 12-1-19 Division.

§ 12-1-20 Driveaway-towaway operation.

§ 12-1-21 Driver.

§ 12-1-22 Driver's license.

§ 12-1-23 Explosives.

§ 12-1-24 Farm tractor.

§ 12-1-25 First offender.

§ 12-1-26 Flammable liquid.

§ 12-1-27 Freight curb loading zone.

§ 12-1-28 House trailer.

§ 12-1-29 Implement of husbandry.

§ 12-1-30 Intersection.

§ 12-1-31 Interstate highway.

§ 12-1-32 Laned roadway.

§ 12-1-33 License or license to operate a motor vehicle.

§ 12-1-34 Metal tire.

§ 12-1-35 Mobile home.

§ 12-1-36 Moped.

§ 12-1-37 Motorcycle.

§ 12-1-38 Motor-driven cycle.

§ 12-1-39 Motor scooter.

§ 12-1-40 Motor vehicle.

§ 12-1-41 Nighttime.

§ 12-1-42 Nonresident.

§ 12-1-43 Official time standard.

§ 12-1-44 Official traffic-control devices.

§ 12-1-45 Operator.

§ 12-1-46 Owner.

§ 12-1-47 Park or parking.

§ 12-1-48 Passenger curb loading zone.

§ 12-1-49 Pedestrian.

§ 12-1-50 Person.

§ 12-1-51 Pole trailer.

§ 12-1-52 Police or peace officer.

§ 12-1-53 Private road or driveway.

§ 12-1-54 Public holidays.

§ 12-1-55 Railroad.

§ 12-1-56 Railroad sign or signal.

§ 12-1-57 Railroad train.

§ 12-1-58 Recreational vehicle.

§ 12-1-59 Registration number.

§ 12-1-60 Registration plate.

§ 12-1-61 Residence district.

§ 12-1-62 Revocation.

§ 12-1-63 Right-of-way.

§ 12-1-64 Road tractor.

§ 12-1-65 Roadway.

§ 12-1-66 Safety zone.

§ 12-1-67 School bus.

§ 12-1-68 Semitrailer.

§ 12-1-69 Sidewalk.

§ 12-1-70 Solid tire.

§ 12-1-71 Stand or standing.

§ 12-1-72 State.

§ 12-1-73 State highway.

§ 12-1-74 Stop.

§ 12-1-75 Stop, stopping or standing.

§ 12-1-76 Street or highway.

§ 12-1-77 Subsequent offender.

§ 12-1-78 Suspension.

§ 12-1-79 Taxicab.

§ 12-1-80 Through street.

§ 12-1-81 Traffic.

§ 12-1-82 Traffic-control signal.

§ 12-1-83 Trailer.

§ 12-1-84 Trial court.

§ 12-1-84.1 Tribe.

§ 12-1-85 Truck.

§ 12-1-86 Truck tractor.

§ 12-1-87 Validating sticker.

§ 12-1-88 Vehicle.

§ 12-1-89 Any other term.

Article II Traffic Administration

§ 12-2-1 Traffic Division established.

§ 12-2-2 Administration of Traffic Division.

§ 12-2-3 Duties of Traffic Division.

§ 12-2-4 Records of Traffic Division.

§ 12-2-5 Traffic accident reports maintained by Traffic Division.

§ 12-2-6 Traffic accident studies by Traffic Division.

§ 12-2-7 Annual traffic safety report by Traffic Division.

§ 12-2-8 Traffic Engineer and Traffic Engineering Department established.

§ 12-2-9 Duties of Traffic Engineer.

§ 12-2-10 Emergency and experimental regulations.

Article III Application of Traffic Regulations

§ 12-3-1 Obedience to traffic regulations.

§ 12-3-2 Obedience to officers.

§ 12-3-3 Authority of Police and Fire Departments.

§ 12-3-4 Authorized emergency vehicle.

§ 12-3-5 Application of traffic regulations to persons propelling push carts, riding animals or driving animal-drawn vehicles.

§ 12-3-6 Use of coaster wagons, roller skates, skateboards, and similar devices restricted.

§ 12-3-7 Public officers and employees to obey regulations; exceptions.

Article IV Accidents and Accident Reports

§ 12-4-1 Accidents involving death or personal injury.

§ 12-4-2 Accidents involving damage to vehicle.

§ 12-4-3 Duty to give information and render aid.

§ 12-4-4 Duty upon striking unattended vehicle.

§ 12-4-5 Duty upon striking fixtures or other property upon street.

§ 12-4-6 Immediate notice of accidents.

§ 12-4-7 Written reports of accidents.

§ 12-4-8 Garages, dealers and wreckers of vehicles to report.

§ 12-4-9 False reports.

§ 12-4-10 Written accident reports confidential; exceptions.

Article V Signs, Signals and Markings

§ 12-5-1 Authority to install traffic-control devices.

§ 12-5-2 Manual and specifications for traffic-control devices.

§ 12-5-3 Obedience to required traffic-control devices.

§ 12-5-4 When official traffic-control devices required for enforcement purposes.

§ 12-5-5 Presumption of legality.

§ 12-5-6 Lights applicable to vehicles and pedestrians.

§ 12-5-7 Pedestrian-control signals.

§ 12-5-8 Flashing signals.

§ 12-5-9 Lane-direction-control signals.

§ 12-5-10 Display of unauthorized signs, signals or markings.

§ 12-5-11 Interference with official traffic-control devices or railroad signals.

§ 12-5-12 Play streets.

§ 12-5-13 Crosswalks and safety zones.

§ 12-5-14 Traffic lanes.

Article VI Traffic Regulations

§ 12-6-1 Speed regulations.

§ 12-6-1.1 Basic rule.

§ 12-6-1.2 Speed limits.

§ 12-6-1.3 Establishment of speed zones.

§ 12-6-1.4 Regulation of speed by traffic signals.

§ 12-6-1.5 Minimum speed regulation.

§ 12-6-1.6 Charging violations.

§ 12-6-1.7 Special speed limitations.

§ 12-6-2 Driving on right side of street; overtaking and passing; use of street.

§ 12-6-2.1 Driving on right side of street; exceptions.

§ 12-6-2.2 Passing vehicles proceeding in opposite direction.

§ 12-6-2.3 Overtaking a vehicle on left.

§ 12-6-2.4 Limitations on overtaking on left.

§ 12-6-2.5 Further limitations on driving on left of center of street.

§ 12-6-2.6 When overtaking on right is permitted.

§ 12-6-2.7 No-passing zones and restrictions on passing.

§ 12-6-2.8 Authority to designate one-way streets and alleys.

§ 12-6-2.9 Obedience to signs designating one-way streets and alleys.

§ 12-6-2.10 Rotary traffic islands.

§ 12-6-2.11 Restricted direction of movement on streets during certain periods.

§ 12-6-2.12 Driving on streets laned for traffic.

§ 12-6-2.13 Following too closely.

§ 12-6-2.14 Driving on divided streets.

§ 12-6-2.15 Controlled access.

§ 12-6-2.16 Restrictions on use of controlled-access streets.

§ 12-6-3 Designating stop and yield intersections.

§ 12-6-3.1 Through streets designated.

§ 12-6-3.2 Authority to erect stop and yield signs at through streets.

§ 12-6-3.3 Authority to erect stop or yield signs at other intersections.

§ 12-6-4 Right-of-way.

§ 12-6-4.1 Vehicle approaching or entering intersection.

§ 12-6-4.2 Vehicles turning left at intersection.

§ 12-6-4.3 Vehicles entering stop or yield intersection.

§ 12-6-5 Turning and starting and signals on stopping and turning.

§ 12-6-5.1 Required position and method of turning at intersection.

§ 12-6-5.2 Authority to place devices altering normal course for turns.

§ 12-6-5.3 Authority to place restricted turn signs.

§ 12-6-5.4 Obedience to no-turn signs.

§ 12-6-5.5 Limitations on turning around.

§ 12-6-5.6 Turning on curve or crest of grade prohibited.

§ 12-6-5.7 Starting parked vehicle.

§ 12-6-5.8 Turning and stopping movements and required signals.

§ 12-6-5.9 Signals by hand and arm or signal device.

§ 12-6-5.10 Method of giving hand and arm signals.

§ 12-6-6 Stopping, standing and parking.

§ 12-6-6.1 Stopping, standing or parking prohibited in specified places.

§ 12-6-6.2 Additional parking regulations.

§ 12-6-6.3 Stopped or parked vehicles not to interfere with other traffic.

§ 12-6-6.4 Parking in alleys.

§ 12-6-6.5 All-night parking prohibited.

§ 12-6-6.6 Parking for certain purposes prohibited.

§ 12-6-6.7 Parking adjacent to schools prohibited.

§ 12-6-6.8 Parking prohibited on narrow streets.

§ 12-6-6.9 Standing or parking on one-way streets.

§ 12-6-6.10 Standing or parking on divided streets.

§ 12-6-6.11 No stopping, standing or parking near hazardous or congested places.

§ 12-6-6.12 Stopping, standing or parking restricted or prohibited on certain streets.

§ 12-6-6.13 Angle parking; permits for loading or unloading.

§ 12-6-6.14 Stopping, standing or parking outside of business or residence districts.

§ 12-6-7 Special stops required.

§ 12-6-7.1 Emerging from alley, building, driveway or private road.

§ 12-6-7.2 Stop when traffic obstructed.

§ 12-6-7.3 Stopping for school bus.

§ 12-6-7.4 Operation of vehicle on approach of authorized emergency vehicle; approach of oncoming vehicle.

§ 12-6-7.5 Railroad-highway grade crossings.

§ 12-6-7.6 All vehicles must stop at certain railroad grade crossings.

§ 12-6-7.7 Certain vehicles required to always stop at railroad-highway grade crossings; exceptions.

§ 12-6-7.8 Moving heavy equipment at railroad grade crossings.

§ 12-6-8 Passenger and freight curb loading zones.

§ 12-6-8.1 Authority to designate curb loading zones.

§ 12-6-8.2 Permits for curb loading zones.

§ 12-6-8.3 Stopping, standing or parking in passenger curb loading zones.

§ 12-6-8.4 Stopping, standing or parking in freight curb loading zones.

§ 12-6-9 Public carrier stops and stands.

§ 12-6-9.1 Authority to designate public carrier stops and stands.

§ 12-6-9.2 Fees and permits for public carrier stops and stands.

§ 12-6-9.3 Stopping, standing and parking of buses and taxicabs regulated.

§ 12-6-9.4 Restricted use of bus and taxicab stands.

§ 12-6-10 School crossings.

§ 12-6-11 Excessive size and weight, slow-moving and hazardous vehicles.

§ 12-6-11.1 Permit for excessive size and weight; special notification required on movement of manufactured homes.

§ 12-6-11.2 Slow-moving vehicle identification.

§ 12-6-11.3 Escort to be furnished for movement of hazardous vehicles.

§ 12-6-12 Driving regulations and offenses.

§ 12-6-12.1 Operating motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs; chemical testing; officer to file statement; immediate license revocation.

§ 12-6-12.2 Operating motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs; violations and penalties; sentencing; fees.

§ 12-6-12.3 Reckless driving.

§ 12-6-12.4 Careless driving.

§ 12-6-12.5 Operators and chauffeurs must be licensed.

§ 12-6-12.6 Unlawful use of license; driving with suspended or revoked license.

§ 12-6-12.7 Fleeing or attempting to elude police officer.

§ 12-6-12.8 Unattended motor vehicle.

§ 12-6-12.9 Limitations on backing.

§ 12-6-12.10 Obstruction to driver's view or driving mechanism.

§ 12-6-12.11 Restriction on use of television in motor vehicles.

§ 12-6-12.12 Coasting prohibited.

§ 12-6-12.13 Following fire apparatus prohibited.

§ 12-6-12.14 Crossing fire hose.

§ 12-6-12.15 Driving through safety zones prohibited.

§ 12-6-12.16 Vehicles shall be driven only on streets, private roads and driveways.

§ 12-6-12.17 Driving on sidewalk and private property.

§ 12-6-12.18 Prohibited activities while driving.

§ 12-6-12.19 Racing on streets.

§ 12-6-12.20 Processions.

§ 12-6-12.21 Driver to take precautions approaching blind pedestrians.

§ 12-6-12.22 Offenses by persons owning or controlling vehicles.

§ 12-6-12.23 Permitting unauthorized persons to drive.

§ 12-6-12.24 Parties to unlawful acts.

§ 12-6-13 Miscellaneous traffic regulations.

§ 12-6-13.1 Offenses relating to driving under the influence.

§ 12-6-13.2 Unlawful riding.

§ 12-6-13.3 Unhitched trailer on street.

§ 12-6-13.4 Moving or molesting unattended vehicles.

§ 12-6-13.5 Destructive or injurious material on roadway.

§ 12-6-13.6 Trains and buses not to obstruct streets.

§ 12-6-13.7 Boarding or alighting from vehicles.

§ 12-6-13.8 Improper opening of doors.

§ 12-6-13.9 Occupied moving house trailer.

§ 12-6-13.10 Animals on street.

§ 12-6-13.11 Driving on mountain streets.

§ 12-6-13.12 Child passenger restraint; violations and penalties; enforcement.

§ 12-6-13.13 Mandatory use of seat belts.

§ 12-6-13.14 Consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages in open containers in motor vehicle prohibited; exceptions.

§ 12-6-13.15 Littering.

§ 12-6-14 Pedestrians' rights and duties.

§ 12-6-14.1 Pedestrian obedience to traffic-control devices and traffic regulations.

§ 12-6-14.2 Pedestrians right-of-way in crosswalks.

§ 12-6-14.3 Pedestrians to use right half of crosswalk.

§ 12-6-14.4 Crossing at other than crosswalks.

§ 12-6-14.5 Pedestrians on streets.

§ 12-6-14.6 Pedestrians soliciting rides or business.

§ 12-6-14.7 Obedience of pedestrians to bridge and railroad signals.

§ 12-6-14.8 Drivers to exercise due care.

§ 12-6-15 Reference to vehicles upon streets.

§ 12-6-16 Electric personal assistive mobility devices.

§ 12-6-17 Boating regulations and offenses; Boating While Intoxicated Act.

§ 12-6-17.1 Definitions.

§ 12-6-17.2 Operating motorboat while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs.

§ 12-6-17.3 Guilty pleas; limitations.

§ 12-6-17.4 Blood-alcohol tests; persons qualified to perform tests; relief from civil and criminal liability.

§ 12-6-17.5 Authority to make arrest and direct performance of blood-alcohol test.

§ 12-6-17.6 Implied consent to submit to chemical test.

§ 12-6-17.7 Consent of person incapable of refusal not withdrawn.

§ 12-6-17.8 Administration of chemical test; payment of costs; additional tests.

§ 12-6-17.9 Use of tests in criminal or civil actions; levels of intoxication; mandatory charging.

§ 12-6-17.10 Fees upon conviction of Boating While Intoxicated Act violation.

Article VII Special Rules for Motorcycles and Off-Highway Vehicles

§ 12-7-1 Traffic regulations apply to persons operating motorcycles.

§ 12-7-2 Operating motorcycles on streets laned for traffic.

§ 12-7-3 Clinging to other vehicles.

§ 12-7-4 Riding on motorcycles.

§ 12-7-5 Eye-protective devices or windshields.

§ 12-7-6 Mandatory use of protective helmet.

§ 12-7-7 Footrests and handlebars.

§ 12-7-8 Motorcycle maneuverability.

§ 12-7-9 Off-highway motor vehicle definitions.

§ 12-7-9.1 Off-highway motor vehicle registration and plate requirement.

§ 12-7-9.2 Operation of off-highway motor vehicles on streets or highways; prohibited areas.

§ 12-7-9.3 Driving of off-highway motor vehicles adjacent to streets.

§ 12-7-9.4 Operation of off-highway motor vehicles on private lands.

§ 12-7-9.5 Accidents and accident reports.

§ 12-7-9.6 Enforcement of off-highway motor vehicle regulations.

§ 12-7-9.7 Exemptions.

§ 12-7-9.8 Off-highway motor vehicle safety permit; requirements; issuance.

§ 12-7-9.9 Operation and equipment; safety requirements.

§ 12-7-9.10 Violations and penalties.

§ 12-7-10 Mopeds; standards; operator requirements; application of Motor Vehicle Code.

Article VIII Operation of Bicycles

§ 12-8-1 Effect of regulations.

§ 12-8-2 Traffic regulations apply to persons riding bicycles.

§ 12-8-3 Riding bicycles.

§ 12-8-4 Clinging to vehicles.

§ 12-8-5 Riding on streets and bicycle paths.

§ 12-8-6 Carrying articles.

§ 12-8-7 Lamps and other equipment on bicycles.

§ 12-8-8 Obedience to traffic-control devices.

§ 12-8-9 Parking.

§ 12-8-10 Speed.

§ 12-8-11 Emerging from alley, driveway, private road or building.

§ 12-8-12 Riding on sidewalks.

§ 12-8-13 License required.

§ 12-8-14 License application.

§ 12-8-15 Issuance of license.

§ 12-8-16 Attachment of license plate.

§ 12-8-17 Authority to prevent use.

§ 12-8-18 Inspection of bicycles.

§ 12-8-19 Transfer of ownership.

§ 12-8-20 Rental agencies.

§ 12-8-21 Bicycle dealers.

§ 12-8-22 Impounding unlicensed and unattended bicycles.

§ 12-8-23 Violations and penalties.

Article IX Parking Regulations

§ 12-9-1 Authority to establish parking meter zones.

§ 12-9-2 Installation of parking meters.

§ 12-9-3 Parking meter spaces.

§ 12-9-4 Parking time limits.

§ 12-9-5 Deposit of coins.

§ 12-9-6 Use of slugs prohibited.

§ 12-9-7 Tampering with meter.

§ 12-9-8 Presumption of unlawful parking.

§ 12-9-9 Parking in designated disabled parking spaces.

Article X Vehicle Regulations

§ 12-10-1 Equipment.

§ 12-10-1.1 Prohibited acts.

§ 12-10-1.2 Vehicles to be in safe condition.

§ 12-10-1.3 When lighted lamps are required.

§ 12-10-1.4 Visibility distance and mounted height of lamps.

§ 12-10-1.5 Headlamps on motor vehicles.

§ 12-10-1.6 Dimming of lights.

§ 12-10-1.7 Tail lamps.

§ 12-10-1.8 Vehicles to be equipped with reflectors.

§ 12-10-1.9 Stop lamps, signal lamps and signal devices.

§ 12-10-1.10 Mufflers; prevention of noise; emission control devices.

§ 12-10-1.11 Lamp or flag on projecting load.

§ 12-10-1.12 Windshield must be unobstructed and equipped with wipers; windows must be transparent; exceptions.

§ 12-10-1.12A Sun screening material on windshields and windows; requirements; violations and penalties.

§ 12-10-1.13 Prohibiting lugs.

§ 12-10-1.14 Permission to use emergency equipment on other than official vehicles.

§ 12-10-1.15 Prohibiting metal tires or dragging load.

§ 12-10-1.16 Brakes.

§ 12-10-1.17 Horns and warning devices.

§ 12-10-1.18 Mirrors.

§ 12-10-1.19 Application of succeeding sections.

§ 12-10-1.20 Additional equipment required.

§ 12-10-1.21 Color of clearance lamps, side-marker lamps and reflectors.

§ 12-10-1.22 Lamps and reflectors on truck tractors and road tractors.

§ 12-10-1.23 Lamps and reflector on large semitrailers, full trailers and house trailers.

§ 12-10-1.24 Lamps and reflectors on small semitrailers, house trailers and trailers.

§ 12-10-1.25 Lamps and reflectors on pole trailers.

§ 12-10-1.26 Lamps and reflectors on combinations in driveaway-towaway operations.

§ 12-10-1.27 Mounting of reflectors, clearance lamps and side-marker lamps.

§ 12-10-1.28 Clearance lamps to indicate extreme width, height and length.

§ 12-10-1.29 Side-marker lamps combined with clearance lamps.

§ 12-10-1.30 Combination tail and stop lamps.

§ 12-10-1.31 Lighting devices to be electric.

§ 12-10-1.32 Requirements for headlamps and auxiliary roadlighting lamps.

§ 12-10-1.33 Requirements for clearance, side-marker and other lamps.

§ 12-10-1.34 Obstructed lights not required.

§ 12-10-1.35 Lamps on parked vehicles.

§ 12-10-1.36 Lamps on other vehicles and equipment.

§ 12-10-1.37 Spot lamps and auxiliary lamps.

§ 12-10-1.38 Additional lighting equipment.

§ 12-10-1.39 Multiple-beam road lighting equipment.

§ 12-10-1.40 Use of multiple-beam road lighting equipment.

§ 12-10-1.41 Single-beam road lighting equipment.

§ 12-10-1.42 Alternate road lighting equipment.

§ 12-10-1.43 Number of driving lamps required or permitted.

§ 12-10-1.44 Special restrictions on lamps.

§ 12-10-1.45 Lights on snow-removal equipment.

§ 12-10-1.46 Definitions; unattended vehicles.

§ 12-10-1.47 Stopped vehicles not to interfere with other traffic.

§ 12-10-1.48 Emergency signals from disabled vehicle.

§ 12-10-1.49 Nonemergency signals from stopped or parked vehicles.

§ 12-10-1.50 Flame-producing emergency signals.

§ 12-10-1.51 Emergency signals for motor vehicles with dangerous cargoes.

§ 12-10-2 Transporting or handling explosives or dangerous articles.

§ 12-10-3 Regulating kinds and classes of traffic on streets.

§ 12-10-3.1 Restrictions upon use of streets by certain vehicles.

§ 12-10-3.2 Minimum vehicle size.

§ 12-10-3.3 Projecting loads on passenger vehicles.

§ 12-10-3.4 Special projecting load limits.

§ 12-10-3.5 Trailers and towed vehicles.

§ 12-10-3.6 Width of vehicles.

§ 12-10-3.7 Height and length of vehicles and loads.

§ 12-10-3.8 Exceptions on size, weight and load.

§ 12-10-4 Display of current valid registration plate.

§ 12-10-5 Evidence of registration to be signed and exhibited on demand.

§ 12-10-6 Mandatory financial responsibility.

Article XI Traffic Violations Bureau

§ 12-11-1 Traffic Violations Bureau created.

§ 12-11-2 Fines accepted by Traffic Violations Bureau.

§ 12-11-3 When person charged may elect to appear at Bureau or before Municipal Judge.

§ 12-11-4 Duties of Traffic Violations Bureau.

Article XII Penalties and Procedures On Arrest

§ 12-12-1 Violations and penalties.

§ 12-12-1.1 Maximum penalty.

§ 12-12-1.2 Penalty assessment program.

§ 12-12-1.3 Mandatory fees upon conviction.

§ 12-12-2 Forms and records of traffic citations and arrests.

§ 12-12-3 Conduct of arresting officer; notices by citation.

§ 12-12-4 Uniform traffic citation is complaint.

§ 12-12-5 Arrest without warrant.

§ 12-12-6 Immediate appearance before Municipal or Magistrate Judge.

§ 12-12-7 Failure to obey notice to appear.

§ 12-12-8 Arresting officer to be in uniform.

§ 12-12-9 Handling of citations.

§ 12-12-10 Illegal cancellation; audit of citation records.

§ 12-12-11 Abstract of traffic cases; report on convictions.

§ 12-12-12 Citation on illegally parked vehicle.

§ 12-12-13 Failure to comply with traffic citation attached to parked vehicle.

§ 12-12-14 Presumption in reference to illegal parking.

§ 12-12-15 When warrant to be issued.

§ 12-12-16 Disposition of traffic fines and forfeitures.

§ 12-12-17 Official misconduct.

§ 12-12-18 Authority to remove or relocate vehicles.

§ 12-12-19 Abandoned vehicles on private property.

§ 12-12-20 Authorized immobilization of vehicle.

§ 12-12-21 Liability for damage.

§ 12-12-22 Sunday actions.

Article XIII Effect and Short Title

§ 12-13-1 Short title.

§ 12-13-2 Effect of headings.

§ 12-13-3 Severability.

§ 12-13-4 Act not retroactive.

§ 12-13-5 Repealer.

§ 12-13-6 Effective date.