Chapter 10.40   MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Sections:


10.40.010   Electronic messages.

The city adopts by reference as though fully set forth herein WAC Section 204-65-030 as currently existing or as hereafter amended.

(Ord. 788 § 41, 2005)

10.40.020   Body requirements.

The city adopts by reference as though fully set forth herein WAC Section 204-90-040 as currently existing or as hereafter amended.

(Ord. 788 § 42, 2005)

10.40.030   Electrical system requirements.

The city adopts by reference as though fully set forth herein WAC Section 204-90-140 as currently existing or as hereafter amended.

(Ord. 788 § 43, 2005)

10.40.040   Parking for certain purposes unlawful.

The city adopts by reference as though fully set forth herein WAC Section 308-330-436 as currently existing or as hereafter amended.

(Ord. 788 § 44, 2005)

10.40.050   Unlawful riding.

The city adopts by reference as though fully set forth herein WAC Section 308-330-478 as currently existing or as hereafter amended.

(Ord. 788 § 45, 2005)

10.40.060   Inattentive driving.

A.

It is unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle in an inattentive manner over the streets, roads, and highways of the city.

B.

For the purpose of this section, "in an inattentive manner" means without maintaining a careful outlook for persons, animals, other vehicles, or property in or near the path of the violator vehicle, or without due regard or vigilance for persons, animals, other vehicles, or property in or near the path of the violator vehicle.

C.

The offense of operating a vehicle in an inattentive manner shall be considered to be a lesser offense than, but included in the offense of, operating a vehicle in a negligent manner.

D.

A violation of this section shall be a traffic infraction punishable by a monetary penalty of two hundred fifty dollars.

(Ord. No. 905, § 1, 4-23-2009; Ord. No. 1093, § 1, 7-6-17)

10.40.070   Unlawful intersection avoidance.

It is unlawful for any person operating a motor vehicle on the highways of the city to turn such vehicle either to the right or to the left upon approaching or leaving intersections and thereafter proceed across any private property for the purpose of avoiding the intersection or any traffic control device controlling the intersection, unless so directed by lawful authority. The offense unlawful intersection avoidance shall be considered an infraction, punishable by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars, plus all mandatory state costs, fees, and assessments.

(Ord. No. 1100, § 1, 2-15-18)