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TRANSIT VIOLATIONS

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VIOLATIONS RELEVANT PROVISION
An owner or operator of a vehicle must reimburse for the damage done to the highway. This is provided for through the agreement that the county highway commissioner enters into with the owner or operator of the vehicle Wisconsin Statute 349.16(1)(c)
The operator of a vehicle shall not at any time drive through or over a safety zone when such safety zone is clearly indicated. Wisconsin Statute 346.12
A violation of 346.12 attracts a penalty of a minimum of $20 and a maximum of $40 for the first offense and not less than $50 nor more than $100 for the 2nd or subsequent conviction within a year. Wisconsin Statute 346.17
Stopping of a vehicle is prohibited in an intersection, on a crosswalk, between a safety zone and the adjacent curb, on a sidewalk or sidewalk area or within 25 feet of the nearest rail at a railroad crossing. Wisconsin Statute 346.52
No person without a permit therefor shall operate on a highway any vehicle having a total width in excess of 8 feet 6 inches Wisconsin Statute 348.05(1)
No person without a permit may operate an automobile exceeding an overall height of 13 and a half feet. Wisconsin Statute 348.06(1)
No person, without a permit therefor, may operate on a highway any single vehicle with an overall length in excess of 45 feet or any combination of 2 vehicles with an overall length in excess of 70 feet Wisconsin Statute 348.07(1)
No person shall operate a vehicle on a highway unless such vehicle is so constructed and loaded as to prevent its contents from dropping, sifting, leaking or otherwise escaping from it. Wisconsin Statute 348.10
Transporters that do not take precautions such as covering, treatment or securing of materials likely to become airborne from haul trucks during transport, prior to any transportation off site from the quarry or mine. NR. 415.075

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