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TRAFFIC CODE RECODIFICATION AND

                 
REVISIONS

                 
2005 GENERAL SESSION

                 
STATE OF UTAH

                 
Sponsor: Sheldon L. Killpack

                 
                  LONG TITLE
                  General Description:
                      This bill recodifies the Traffic Code.
                  Highlighted Provisions:
                      This bill:
                      .    updates statutory language to conform to current legislative styles;
                      .    renumbers sections and organizes parts; and
                      .    makes technical changes.
                  Monies Appropriated in this Bill:
                      None
                  Other Special Clauses:
                      This bill provides an immediate effective date.
                  Utah Code Sections Affected:
                  AMENDS:
                      7-24-102, as enacted by Chapter 236, Laws of Utah 2003
                      13-20-2, as last amended by Chapter 12, Laws of Utah 2004
                      13-35-102, as last amended by Chapter 123, Laws of Utah 2004
                      17-43-201, as last amended by Chapters 80 and 228, Laws of Utah 2004
                      19-2-105, as renumbered and amended by Chapter 112, Laws of Utah 1991
                      19-2-105.3, as last amended by Chapter 28, Laws of Utah 1995
                      23-13-17, as enacted by Chapter 307, Laws of Utah 1993
                      26-1-30, as last amended by Chapter 284, Laws of Utah 2004
                      32A-1-115, as last amended by Chapter 307, Laws of Utah 2003


                      39-6-93, as enacted by Chapter 210, Laws of Utah 1988
                      41-1a-202, as last amended by Chapter 158, Laws of Utah 2003
                      41-1a-203, as last amended by Chapter 238, Laws of Utah 1998
                      41-1a-205, as last amended by Chapter 100, Laws of Utah 2002
                      41-1a-217, as last amended by Chapter 95, Laws of Utah 2004
                      41-1a-407, as last amended by Chapter 58, Laws of Utah 2003
                      41-1a-1101, as last amended by Chapter 202, Laws of Utah 2001
                      41-1a-1206, as last amended by Chapter 244, Laws of Utah 2000
                      41-3-303, as last amended by Chapter 234, Laws of Utah 1993
                      41-12a-202, as last amended by Chapter 335, Laws of Utah 2000
                      41-12a-301, as last amended by Chapter 165, Laws of Utah 2002
                      41-12a-501, as last amended by Chapter 282, Laws of Utah 1998
                      41-12a-502, as last amended by Chapter 20, Laws of Utah 1995
                      41-22-2, as last amended by Chapter 148, Laws of Utah 2002
                      41-22-10.2, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah 1987
                      41-22-10.6, as enacted by Chapter 162, Laws of Utah 1987
                      41-22-16, as last amended by Chapter 282, Laws of Utah 1998
                      41-22-32, as last amended by Chapter 349, Laws of Utah 2004
                      53-1-106, as last amended by Chapter 131, Laws of Utah 2003
                      53-1-108, as last amended by Chapter 219, Laws of Utah 2002
                      53-1-109, as last amended by Chapters 282 and 285, Laws of Utah 1998
                      53-3-104, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah 2001
                      53-3-105, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah 2001
                      53-3-106, as last amended by Chapter 202, Laws of Utah 2001
                      53-3-202, as last amended by Chapter 51, Laws of Utah 1997
                      53-3-214, as renumbered and amended by Chapter 234, Laws of Utah 1993
                      53-3-218, as last amended by Chapters 131 and 156, Laws of Utah 2003
                      53-3-220, as last amended by Chapters 161 and 205, Laws of Utah 2004


                      53-3-222, as last amended by Chapter 155, Laws of Utah 1995
                      53-3-223, as last amended by Chapter 161, Laws of Utah 2004
                      53-3-223.5, as enacted by Chapter 298, Laws of Utah 2000
                      53-3-226, as last amended by Chapter 216, Laws of Utah 1999
                      53-3-227, as last amended by Chapter 205, Laws of Utah 2004
                      53-3-231, as last amended by Chapter 161, Laws of Utah 2004
                      53-3-232, as last amended by Chapter 161, Laws of Utah 2004
                      53-3-414, as last amended by Chapter 39, Laws of Utah 2001
                      53-3-418, as last amended by Chapter 161, Laws of Utah 2004
                      53-8-105, as last amended by Chapter 245, Laws of Utah 1995
                      53-8-202, as last amended by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah 1996
                      53-8-213, as last amended by Chapter 131, Laws of Utah 2003
                      53A-3-402, as last amended by Chapter 315, Laws of Utah 2003
                      53B-3-106, as enacted by Chapter 167, Laws of Utah 1987
                      58-20a-305, as last amended by Chapter 82, Laws of Utah 1997
                      58-67-305, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah 2000
                      58-68-305, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah 2000
                      58-71-305, as enacted by Chapter 282, Laws of Utah 1996
                      62A-15-105, as last amended by Chapter 228, Laws of Utah 2004
                      62A-15-502, as renumbered and amended by Chapter 8, Laws of Utah 2002, Fifth Special
                  Session
                      63-2-304, as last amended by Chapters 223, 299 and 358, Laws of Utah 2004
                      63-30d-301, as enacted by Chapter 267, Laws of Utah 2004
                      63-55-241, as last amended by Chapter 90, Laws of Utah 2004
                      63-63a-1, as last amended by Chapter 156, Laws of Utah 2003
                      72-6-109, as last amended by Chapter 259, Laws of Utah 2003
                      72-6-114, as renumbered and amended by Chapter 270, Laws of Utah 1998
                      72-7-107, as enacted by Chapter 88, Laws of Utah 1998


                      72-7-401, as last amended by Chapter 154, Laws of Utah 2002
                      72-7-403, as renumbered and amended by Chapter 270, Laws of Utah 1998
                      72-7-407, as renumbered and amended by Chapter 270, Laws of Utah 1998
                      72-9-501, as last amended by Chapter 185, Laws of Utah 2002
                      72-9-601, as last amended by Chapter 202, Laws of Utah 2001
                      72-9-602, as last amended by Chapter 202, Laws of Utah 2001
                      72-9-603, as last amended by Chapter 222, Laws of Utah 2003
                      72-10-501, as last amended by Chapter 106, Laws of Utah 2002
                      72-10-502, as last amended by Chapter 205, Laws of Utah 2004
                      72-12-110, as renumbered and amended by Chapter 270, Laws of Utah 1998
                      73-18-13, as last amended by Chapter 335, Laws of Utah 2000
                      73-18-15.5, as enacted by Chapter 200, Laws of Utah 2002
                      73-18-20, as last amended by Chapter 282, Laws of Utah 1998
                      73-18-20.1, as last amended by Chapter 202, Laws of Utah 2001
                      73-18a-15, as last amended by Chapter 99, Laws of Utah 1987
                      76-2-101, as last amended by Chapters 90 and 98, Laws of Utah 1983
                      76-5-207, as last amended by Chapter 228, Laws of Utah 2004
                      76-10-504, as last amended by Chapter 303, Laws of Utah 2000
                      76-10-528, as last amended by Chapter 205, Laws of Utah 2004
                      76-10-1506, as last amended by Chapter 268, Laws of Utah 2004
                      77-2-4.2, as enacted by Chapter 203, Laws of Utah 2004
                      77-2a-3.1, as enacted by Chapter 228, Laws of Utah 2004
                      77-7-18, as last amended by Chapter 270, Laws of Utah 1998
                      77-18-12, as last amended by Chapter 228, Laws of Utah 2004
                      78-3a-104, as last amended by Chapter 201, Laws of Utah 2004
                      78-18-1, as last amended by Chapter 164, Laws of Utah 2004
                      78-57-102, as last amended by Chapter 218, Laws of Utah 2004
                  ENACTS:


                      41-6a-501, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-503, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-504, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-505, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-506, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-507, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-508, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-509, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-512, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-521, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-522, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-523, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-524, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                      41-6a-1116, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                  RENUMBERS AND AMENDS:
                      41-6a-101, (Renumbered from 41-6-175, Utah Code Annotated 1953)
                      41-6a-102, (Renumbered from 41-6-1, as last amended by Chapters 34 and 165, Laws of
                  Utah 2002)
                      41-6a-201, (Renumbered from 41-6-11, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-202, (Renumbered from 41-6-12, as last amended by Chapter 60, Laws of Utah
                  1993)
                      41-6a-203, (Renumbered from 41-6-164.5, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-204, (Renumbered from 41-6-165, Utah Code Annotated 1953)
                      41-6a-205, (Renumbered from 41-6-165.5, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-206, (Renumbered from 41-6-175.5, as enacted by Chapter 207, Laws of Utah


                  1975)
                      41-6a-207, (Renumbered from 41-6-16, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-208, (Renumbered from 41-6-17, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-209, (Renumbered from 41-6-13, as last amended by Chapter 317, Laws of Utah
                  1998)
                      41-6a-210, (Renumbered from 41-6-13.5, as last amended by Chapter 134, Laws of Utah
                  2003)
                      41-6a-211, (Renumbered from 41-6-13.7, as last amended by Chapter 185, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-212, (Renumbered from 41-6-14, as last amended by Chapter 168, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-213, (Renumbered from 41-6-15, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-214, (Renumbered from 41-6-17.5, as last amended by Chapter 350, Laws of Utah
                  1999)
                      41-6a-215, (Renumbered from 41-6-18, as last amended by Chapter 33, Laws of Utah
                  1988)
                      41-6a-216, (Renumbered from 41-6-19, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-217, (Renumbered from 41-6-19.5, as last amended by Chapter 98, Laws of Utah
                  1999)
                      41-6a-301, (Renumbered from 41-6-20, as last amended by Chapter 174, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-302, (Renumbered from 41-6-21, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-303, (Renumbered from 41-6-20.1, as last amended by Chapters 66 and 120, Laws


                  of Utah 1994)
                      41-6a-304, (Renumbered from 41-6-23, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-305, (Renumbered from 41-6-24, as last amended by Chapter 174, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-306, (Renumbered from 41-6-25, as last amended by Chapter 174, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-307, (Renumbered from 41-6-26, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-308, (Renumbered from 41-6-26.5, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-309, (Renumbered from 41-6-27, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-310, (Renumbered from 41-6-1.5, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-311, (Renumbered from 41-6-28, as last amended by Chapter 57, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-401, (Renumbered from 41-6-31, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-402, (Renumbered from 41-6-35, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-403, (Renumbered from 41-6-35.5, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-404, (Renumbered from 41-6-40, as last amended by Chapters 19 and 244, Laws of
                  Utah 2003)
                      41-6a-405, (Renumbered from 41-6-39, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-406, (Renumbered from 41-6-41, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah


                  1987)
                      41-6a-407, (Renumbered from 41-6-38, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-408, (Renumbered from 41-6-38.5, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-502, (Renumbered from 41-6-44, as last amended by Chapters 161, 205 and 228,
                  Laws of Utah 2004)
                      41-6a-510, (Renumbered from 41-6-43, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-511, (Renumbered from 41-6-43.7, as last amended by Chapter 3, Laws of Utah
                  2002, Fifth Special Session)
                      41-6a-513, (Renumbered from 41-6-43.8, as last amended by Chapter 228, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-514, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.1, as enacted by Chapter 161, Laws of Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-515, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.3, as last amended by Chapter 205, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-516, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.5, as last amended by Chapter 106, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-517, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.6, as last amended by Chapter 8, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-518, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.7, as last amended by Chapters 50 and 289, Laws
                  of Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-519, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.8, as last amended by Chapters 47 and 71, Laws
                  of Utah 1996)
                      41-6a-520, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.10, as last amended by Chapters 161 and 205,
                  Laws of Utah 2004)
                      41-6a-525, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.12, as last amended by Chapter 205, Laws of
                  Utah 2004)


                      41-6a-526, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.20, as last amended by Chapter 268, Laws of
                  Utah 2004)
                      41-6a-527, (Renumbered from 41-6-44.30, as last amended by Chapter 200, Laws of
                  Utah 2002)
                      41-6a-528, (Renumbered from 41-6-45, as last amended by Chapter 25, Laws of Utah
                  2000)
                      41-6a-601, (Renumbered from 41-6-46, as last amended by Chapter 49, Laws of Utah
                  1996)
                      41-6a-602, (Renumbered from 41-6-47, as last amended by Chapter 49, Laws of Utah
                  1996)
                      41-6a-603, (Renumbered from 41-6-48, as last amended by Chapter 270, Laws of Utah
                  1998)
                      41-6a-604, (Renumbered from 41-6-48.5, as last amended by Chapter 94, Laws of Utah
                  1998)
                      41-6a-605, (Renumbered from 41-6-49, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-606, (Renumbered from 41-6-51, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-607, (Renumbered from 41-6-52, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-608, (Renumbered from 41-6-52.5, as last amended by Chapter 343, Laws of Utah
                  1996)
                      41-6a-609, (Renumbered from 41-6-52.7, as enacted by Chapter 223, Laws of Utah 1998)
                      41-6a-701, (Renumbered from 41-6-53, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-702, (Renumbered from 41-6-53.5, as last amended by Chapter 74, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-703, (Renumbered from 41-6-54, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah


                  1987)
                      41-6a-704, (Renumbered from 41-6-55, as last amended by Chapter 74, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-705, (Renumbered from 41-6-56, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-706, (Renumbered from 41-6-57, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-707, (Renumbered from 41-6-58, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-708, (Renumbered from 41-6-59, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-709, (Renumbered from 41-6-60, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-710, (Renumbered from 41-6-61, as last amended by Chapter 174, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-711, (Renumbered from 41-6-62, as last amended by Chapter 16, Laws of Utah
                  2000)
                      41-6a-712, (Renumbered from 41-6-63.10, as last amended by Chapters 135 and 138,
                  Laws of Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-713, (Renumbered from 41-6-63.30, as last amended by Chapter 174, Laws of
                  Utah 2004)
                      41-6a-714, (Renumbered from 41-6-64, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-715, (Renumbered from 41-6-65, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-801, (Renumbered from 41-6-66, as last amended by Chapter 174, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      41-6a-802, (Renumbered from 41-6-67, as last amended by Chapter 174, Laws of Utah


                  2004)
                      41-6a-803, (Renumbered from 41-6-68, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-804, (Renumbered from 41-6-69, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-901, (Renumbered from 41-6-72, as last amended by Chapter 31, Laws of Utah
                  1990)
                      41-6a-902, (Renumbered from 41-6-72.10, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-903, (Renumbered from 41-6-73, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-904, (Renumbered from 41-6-76, as last amended by Chapter 45, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-905, (Renumbered from 41-6-76.10, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-906, (Renumbered from 41-6-99, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah 1979)
                      41-6a-1001, (Renumbered from 41-6-77, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1002, (Renumbered from 41-6-78, as last amended by Chapter 91, Laws of Utah
                  1992)
                      41-6a-1003, (Renumbered from 41-6-79, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1004, (Renumbered from 41-6-79.10, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1005, (Renumbered from 41-6-79.20, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1006, (Renumbered from 41-6-80, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)


                      41-6a-1007, (Renumbered from 41-6-80.1, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1008, (Renumbered from 41-6-80.5, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1009, (Renumbered from 41-6-82, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1010, (Renumbered from 41-6-82.10, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1011, (Renumbered from 41-6-82.50, as enacted by Chapter 98, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1101, (Renumbered from 41-6-83, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1102, (Renumbered from 41-6-84, as last amended by Chapter 59, Laws of Utah
                  1997)
                      41-6a-1103, (Renumbered from 41-6-85, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1104, (Renumbered from 41-6-86, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1105, (Renumbered from 41-6-87, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-1106, (Renumbered from 41-6-87.3, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-1107, (Renumbered from 41-6-87.4, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1108, (Renumbered from 41-6-87.5, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1109, (Renumbered from 41-6-87.7, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah
                  2001)


                      41-6a-1110, (Renumbered from 41-6-87.8, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1111, (Renumbered from 41-6-87.9, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1112, (Renumbered from 41-6-88, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1113, (Renumbered from 41-6-89, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1114, (Renumbered from 41-6-90, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-1115, (Renumbered from 41-6-90.5, as last amended by Chapter 165, Laws of
                  Utah 2002)
                      41-6a-1201, (Renumbered from 41-6-93, Utah Code Annotated 1953)
                      41-6a-1202, (Renumbered from 41-6-94, Utah Code Annotated 1953)
                      41-6a-1203, (Renumbered from 41-6-95, as last amended by Chapter 37, Laws of Utah
                  1997)
                      41-6a-1204, (Renumbered from 41-6-95.5, as enacted by Chapter 33, Laws of Utah 1978)
                      41-6a-1205, (Renumbered from 41-6-97, as last amended by Chapter 39, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-1206, (Renumbered from 41-6-98, as last amended by Chapter 39, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-1301, (Renumbered from 41-6-140.10, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1302, (Renumbered from 41-6-100.10, as last amended by Chapter 29, Laws of
                  Utah 2000)
                      41-6a-1303, (Renumbered from 41-6-100.15, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of
                  Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-1304, (Renumbered from 41-6-115, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah


                  1979)
                      41-6a-1305, (Renumbered from 41-6-116, as last amended by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1306, (Renumbered from 41-6-116.1, as enacted by Chapter 334, Laws of Utah
                  1996)
                      41-6a-1307, (Renumbered from 41-6-103.5, as last amended by Chapter 41, Laws of
                  Utah 2003)
                      41-6a-1401, (Renumbered from 41-6-103, as last amended by Chapters 235 and 282,
                  Laws of Utah 1998)
                      41-6a-1402, (Renumbered from 41-6-104, as last amended by Chapter 33, Laws of Utah
                  1978)
                      41-6a-1403, (Renumbered from 41-6-105, as last amended by Chapter 112, Laws of Utah
                  1969)
                      41-6a-1404, (Renumbered from 41-6-101, as last amended by Chapter 33, Laws of Utah
                  1978)
                      41-6a-1405, (Renumbered from 41-6-102, as last amended by Chapter 202, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-1406, (Renumbered from 41-6-102.5, as last amended by Chapter 91, Laws of
                  Utah 2003)
                      41-6a-1407, (Renumbered from 41-6-102.7, as enacted by Chapter 202, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-1408, (Renumbered from 41-6-116.10, as last amended by Chapters 85 and 202,
                  Laws of Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-1501, (Renumbered from 41-6-107, as last amended by Chapter 113, Laws of Utah
                  1969)
                      41-6a-1502, (Renumbered from 41-6-107.2, as last amended by Chapter 162, Laws of
                  Utah 1987)
                      41-6a-1503, (Renumbered from 41-6-107.4, as enacted by Chapter 113, Laws of Utah


                  1969)
                      41-6a-1504, (Renumbered from 41-6-107.6, as enacted by Chapter 113, Laws of Utah
                  1969)
                      41-6a-1505, (Renumbered from 41-6-107.8, as last amended by Chapter 165, Laws of
                  Utah 2002)
                      41-6a-1506, (Renumbered from 41-6-154.50, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1507, (Renumbered from 41-6-155.5, as enacted by Chapter 73, Laws of Utah
                  2000)
                      41-6a-1508, (Renumbered from 41-6-117.6, as enacted by Chapter 34, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-1601, (Renumbered from 41-6-117, as last amended by Chapter 162, Laws of Utah
                  1987)
                      41-6a-1602, (Renumbered from 41-6-117.5, as last amended by Chapter 282, Laws of
                  Utah 1998)
                      41-6a-1603, (Renumbered from 41-6-118, as last amended by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1604, (Renumbered from 41-6-119, as last amended by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1605, (Renumbered from 41-6-127, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1606, (Renumbered from 41-6-128, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1607, (Renumbered from 41-6-129, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1608, (Renumbered from 41-6-130, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1609, (Renumbered from 41-6-130.5, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah


                  1979)
                      41-6a-1610, (Renumbered from 41-6-131, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1611, (Renumbered from 41-6-133, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1612, (Renumbered from 41-6-133.5, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1613, (Renumbered from 41-6-135, as last amended by Chapter 50, Laws of Utah
                  1991)
                      41-6a-1614, (Renumbered from 41-6-135.5, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1615, (Renumbered from 41-6-138, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1616, (Renumbered from 41-6-140, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah
                  2001)
                      41-6a-1617, (Renumbered from 41-6-140.20, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1618, (Renumbered from 41-6-141, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1619, (Renumbered from 41-6-141.5, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1620, (Renumbered from 41-6-143, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1621, (Renumbered from 41-6-143.5, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1622, (Renumbered from 41-6-144, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1623, (Renumbered from 41-6-145, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah


                  1979)
                      41-6a-1624, (Renumbered from 41-6-145.5, as last amended by Chapter 362, Laws of
                  Utah 2004)
                      41-6a-1625, (Renumbered from 41-6-146, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1626, (Renumbered from 41-6-147, as last amended by Chapter 94, Laws of Utah
                  1992)
                      41-6a-1627, (Renumbered from 41-6-148, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1628, (Renumbered from 41-6-148.10, as enacted by Chapter 86, Laws of Utah
                  1961)
                      41-6a-1629, (Renumbered from 41-6-148.29, as last amended by Chapter 47, Laws of
                  Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-1630, (Renumbered from 41-6-148.31, as last amended by Chapter 47, Laws of
                  Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-1631, (Renumbered from 41-6-148.32, as last amended by Chapter 47, Laws of
                  Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-1632, (Renumbered from 41-6-148.33, as last amended by Chapter 47, Laws of
                  Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-1633, (Renumbered from 41-6-150.10, as last amended by Chapter 47, Laws of
                  Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-1634, (Renumbered from 41-6-148.40, as enacted by Chapter 86, Laws of Utah
                  1961)
                      41-6a-1635, (Renumbered from 41-6-149, as last amended by Chapter 25, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-1636, (Renumbered from 41-6-150, as last amended by Chapter 270, Laws of Utah
                  1981)
                      41-6a-1637, (Renumbered from 41-6-152, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah


                  1979)
                      41-6a-1638, (Renumbered from 41-6-153, as last amended by Chapter 282, Laws of Utah
                  1998)
                      41-6a-1639, (Renumbered from 41-6-154, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah
                  1979)
                      41-6a-1640, (Renumbered from 41-6-154.10, as enacted by Chapter 71, Laws of Utah
                  1955)
                      41-6a-1641, (Renumbered from 41-6-154.20, as last amended by Chapter 140, Laws of
                  Utah 1995)
                      41-6a-1642, (Renumbered from 41-6-163.6, as last amended by Chapter 143, Laws of
                  Utah 2002)
                      41-6a-1643, (Renumbered from 41-6-163.7, as last amended by Chapter 37, Laws of
                  Utah 1995)
                      41-6a-1644, (Renumbered from 41-6-163.8, as last amended by Chapter 20, Laws of
                  Utah 1995)
                      41-6a-1701, (Renumbered from 41-6-106, as last amended by Chapter 207, Laws of Utah
                  1975)
                      41-6a-1702, (Renumbered from 41-6-106.10, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of
                  Utah 2001)
                      41-6a-1703, (Renumbered from 41-6-108, Utah Code Annotated 1953)
                      41-6a-1704, (Renumbered from 41-6-108.10, as enacted by Chapter 207, Laws of Utah
                  1975)
                      41-6a-1705, (Renumbered from 41-6-109, as last amended by Chapter 33, Laws of Utah
                  1978)
                      41-6a-1706, (Renumbered from 41-6-109.5, as last amended by Chapter 53, Laws of
                  Utah 1996)
                      41-6a-1707, (Renumbered from 41-6-109.10, as enacted by Chapter 207, Laws of Utah
                  1975)


                      41-6a-1708, (Renumbered from 41-6-110, as last amended by Chapter 207, Laws of Utah
                  1975)
                      41-6a-1709, (Renumbered from 41-6-111, as last amended by Chapter 207, Laws of Utah
                  1975)
                      41-6a-1710, (Renumbered from 41-6-112, as last amended by Chapter 207, Laws of Utah
                  1975)
                      41-6a-1711, (Renumbered from 41-6-113, as last amended by Chapter 33, Laws of Utah
                  1978)
                      41-6a-1712, (Renumbered from 41-6-114, as last amended by Chapters 270 and 282,
                  Laws of Utah 1998)
                      41-6a-1713, (Renumbered from 41-6-114.1, as last amended by Chapters 33 and 241,
                  Laws of Utah 1991)
                      41-6a-1714, (Renumbered from 41-6-114.2, as last amended by Chapter 242, Laws of
                  Utah 1979)
                      41-6a-1801, (Renumbered from 41-6-181, as last amended by Chapter 5, Laws of Utah
                  1991)
                      41-6a-1802, (Renumbered from 41-6-181.5, as enacted by Chapter 153, Laws of Utah
                  2000)
                      41-6a-1803, (Renumbered from 41-6-182, as repealed and reenacted by Chapter 153,
                  Laws of Utah 2000)
                      41-6a-1804, (Renumbered from 41-6-183, as last amended by Chapter 153, Laws of Utah
                  2000)
                      41-6a-1805, (Renumbered from 41-6-185, as last amended by Chapter 109, Laws of Utah
                  2002)
                      41-6a-1806, (Renumbered from 41-6-186, as last amended by Chapter 153, Laws of Utah
                  2000)
                      77-7-24, (Renumbered from 41-6-167, as last amended by Chapter 282, Laws of Utah
                  1998)


                      77-7-25, (Renumbered from 41-6-173, as last amended by Chapter 161, Laws of Utah
                  2004)
                      77-7-26, (Renumbered from 41-6-172, as last amended by Chapter 282, Laws of Utah
                  1998)
                  REPEALS:
                      41-6-22, as last amended by Chapter 174, Laws of Utah 2004
                      41-6-29, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah 1999
                      41-6-30, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah 1999
                      41-6-32, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah 1999
                      41-6-37, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah 2001
                      41-6-42, as last amended by Chapter 85, Laws of Utah 2001
                      41-6-43.5, as last amended by Chapter 200, Laws of Utah 2002
                      41-6-50, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah 1987
                      41-6-70, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah 1987
                      41-6-71, as last amended by Chapter 44, Laws of Utah 2001
                      41-6-75, as last amended by Chapter 138, Laws of Utah 1987
                      41-6-75.5, as last amended by Chapter 16, Laws of Utah 2000
                      41-6-120, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah 1979
                      41-6-121.10, as last amended by Chapter 63, Laws of Utah 1986
                      41-6-122, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah 1979
                      41-6-132, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah 1979
                      41-6-139, as last amended by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah 1979
                      41-6-142, as enacted by Chapter 242, Laws of Utah 1979
                      41-6-155, as last amended by Chapters 30 and 111, Laws of Utah 1992
                      41-6-166, as last amended by Chapter 30, Laws of Utah 1992
                      41-6-168, as last amended by Chapters 183 and 187, Laws of Utah 1983
                      41-6-169, as last amended by Chapter 282, Laws of Utah 1998
                      41-6-170, Utah Code Annotated 1953


                      41-6-171, Utah Code Annotated 1953
                 
                  Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
                      Section 1. Section 7-24-102 is amended to read:
                       7-24-102. Definitions.
                      As used in this chapter:
                      (1) "Rollover" means the extension or renewal of the term of a title loan.
                      (2) (a) "Title lender" means a person that extends a title loan.
                      (b) "Title lender" includes a person that:
                      (i) arranges a title loan on behalf of a title lender;
                      (ii) acts as an agent for a title lender; or
                      (iii) assists a title lender in the extension of a title loan.
                      (3) (a) "Title loan" means a loan secured by the title to a:
                      (i) motor vehicle, as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ;
                      (ii) mobile home, as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ; or
                      (iii) motorboat, as defined in Section 73-18-2 .
                      (b) "Title loan" includes a title loan extended at the same premise on which any of the
                  following are sold:
                      (i) a motor vehicle, as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ;
                      (ii) a mobile home, as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ; or
                      (iii) a motorboat, as defined in Section 73-18-2 .
                      (c) "Title loan" does not include:
                      (i) a purchase money loan;
                      (ii) a loan made in connection with the sale of a:
                      (A) motor vehicle, as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ;
                      (B) mobile home, as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ; or
                      (C) motorboat, as defined in Section 73-18-2 ; or
                      (iii) a loan extended by an institution listed in Section 7-24-305 .


                      Section 2. Section 13-20-2 is amended to read:
                       13-20-2. Definitions.
                      As used in this chapter:
                      (1) "Consumer" means an individual who has entered into an agreement or contract for
                  the transfer, lease, or purchase of a new motor vehicle other than for purposes of resale, or
                  sublease, during the duration of the period defined under Section 13-20-5 .
                      (2) "Manufacturer" means manufacturer, importer, distributor, or anyone who is named
                  as the warrantor on an express written warranty on a motor vehicle.
                      (3) "Motor home" means a self-propelled vehicular unit, primarily designed as a
                  temporary dwelling for travel, recreational, and vacation use.
                      (4) (a) "Motor vehicle" includes:
                      (i) a motor home, as defined in this section, but only the self-propelled vehicle and
                  chassis sold in this state;
                      (ii) a motor vehicle, as defined in Section 41-1a-102 , sold in this state; and
                      (iii) a motorcycle, as defined in Section 41-1a-102 , sold in this state if the motorcycle is
                  designed primarily for use and operation on paved highways.
                      (b) "Motor vehicle" does not include:
                      (i) those portions of a motor home designated, used, or maintained primarily as a mobile
                  dwelling, office, or commercial space;
                      (ii) farm tractor, road tractor, or truck tractor as defined in Section 41-1a-102 ;
                      (iii) mobile home as defined in Section 41-1a-102 ;
                      (iv) any motor vehicle with a gross laden weight of over 12,000 pounds, except a motor
                  home as defined under Subsection (3);
                      (v) a motorcycle, as defined in Section 41-1a-102 , if the motorcycle is designed primarily
                  for use or operation over unimproved terrain;
                      (vi) an electric assisted bicycle as defined in Section [ 41-1a-102 ] 41-6a-102 ;
                      (vii) a moped as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ;
                      (viii) a motor assisted scooter as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ; or


                      (ix) a motor-driven cycle as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 .
                      Section 3. Section 13-35-102 is amended to read:
                       13-35-102. Definitions.
                      As used in this chapter:
                      (1) "Board" means the Utah Powersport Vehicle Franchise Advisory Board created in
                  Section 13-35-103 .
                      (2) "Dealership" means a site or location in this state:
                      (a) at which a franchisee conducts the business of a new powersport vehicle dealer; and
                      (b) that is identified as a new powersport vehicle dealer's principal place of business for
                  registration purposes under Section 13-35-105 .
                      (3) "Department" means the Department of Commerce.
                      (4) "Executive director" means the executive director of the Department of Commerce.
                      (5) "Franchise" or "franchise agreement" means a written agreement, for a definite or
                  indefinite period, in which:
                      (a) a person grants to another person a license to use a trade name, trademark, service
                  mark, or related characteristic; and
                      (b) a community of interest exists in the marketing of new powersport vehicles, new
                  powersport vehicle parts, and services related to the sale or lease of new powersport vehicles at
                  wholesale or retail.
                      (6) "Franchisee" means a person with whom a franchisor has agreed or permitted, in
                  writing or in practice, to purchase, sell, or offer for sale new powersport vehicles manufactured,
                  produced, represented, or distributed by the franchisor.
                      (7) (a) "Franchisor" means a person who has, in writing or in practice, agreed with or
                  permits a franchisee to purchase, sell, or offer for sale new powersport vehicles manufactured,
                  produced, represented, or distributed by the franchisor, and includes:
                      (i) the manufacturer or distributor of the new powersport vehicles;
                      (ii) an intermediate distributor;
                      (iii) an agent, officer, or field or area representative of the franchisor; and


                      (iv) a person who is affiliated with a manufacturer or a representative or who directly or
                  indirectly through an intermediary is controlled by, or is under common control with the
                  manufacturer.
                      (b) For purposes of Subsection (7)(a)(iv), a person is controlled by a manufacturer if the
                  manufacturer has the authority directly or indirectly by law or by an agreement of the parties, to
                  direct or influence the management and policies of the person.
                      (8) "Lead" means the referral by a franchisor to a franchisee of an actual or potential
                  customer for the purchase or lease of a new powersport vehicle, or for service work related to the
                  franchisor's vehicles.
                      (9) "Line-make" means the powersport vehicles that are offered for sale, lease, or
                  distribution under a common name, trademark, service mark, or brand name of the franchisor, or
                  manufacturer of the powersport vehicle.
                      (10) (a) "Powersport vehicle" means:
                      (i) an all-terrain type I or type II vehicle "ATV" defined in Section 41-22-2 ;
                      (ii) a snowmobile as defined in Section 41-22-2 ;
                      (iii) a motorcycle as defined in Section 41-1a-102 ;
                      (iv) a personal watercraft as defined in Section 73-18-2 ;
                      (v) except as provided in Subsection (10)(b), a motor-driven cycle as defined in Section
                  [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ; or
                      (vi) a moped as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 .
                      (b) "Powersport vehicle" does not include:
                      (i) an electric assisted bicycle defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ;
                      (ii) a motor assisted scooter as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ; or
                      (iii) a personal motorized mobility device as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 .
                      (11) "New powersport vehicle dealer" means a person who is engaged in the business of
                  buying, selling, offering for sale, or exchanging new powersport vehicles either outright or on
                  conditional sale, bailment, lease, chattel mortgage, or otherwise who has established a place of
                  business for the sale, lease, trade, or display of powersport vehicles.


                      (12) "Notice" or "notify" includes both traditional written communications and all
                  reliable forms of electronic communication unless expressly prohibited by statute or rule.
                      (13) "Relevant market area" means:
                      (a) the county in which a powersport dealership is to be established or relocated; and
                      (b) the area within a 15-mile radius from the site of the new or relocated dealership.
                      (14) "Sale, transfer, or assignment" means any disposition of a franchise or an interest in
                  a franchise, with or without consideration, including a bequest, inheritance, gift, exchange, lease,
                  or license.
                      (15) "Serve" or "served," unless expressly indicated otherwise by statute or rule, includes
                  any reliable form of communication.
                      (16) "Written," "write," "in writing," or other variations of those terms shall include all
                  reliable forms of electronic communication.
                      Section 4. Section 17-43-201 is amended to read:
                       17-43-201. Local substance abuse authorities -- Responsibilities.
                      (1) (a) (i) In each county operating under a county executive-council form of government
                  under Section 17-52-504 , the county legislative body is the local substance abuse authority,
                  provided however that any contract for plan services shall be administered by the county
                  executive.
                      (ii) In each county operating under a council-manager form of government under Section
                  17-52-505 , the county manager is the local substance abuse authority.
                      (iii) In each county other than a county described in Subsection (1)(a)(i) or (ii), the
                  county legislative body is the local substance abuse authority.
                      (b) Within legislative appropriations and county matching funds required by this section,
                  and under the policy direction of the board and the administrative direction of the division, each
                  local substance abuse authority shall:
                      (i) develop substance abuse prevention and treatment services plans; and
                      (ii) provide substance abuse services to residents of the county.
                      (2) (a) By executing an interlocal agreement under Title 11, Chapter 13, Interlocal


                  Cooperation Act, two or more counties may join to provide substance abuse prevention and
                  treatment services.
                      (b) The legislative bodies of counties joining to provide services may establish
                  acceptable ways of apportioning the cost of substance abuse services.
                      (c) Each agreement for joint substance abuse services shall:
                      (i) (A) designate the treasurer of one of the participating counties or another person as the
                  treasurer for the combined substance abuse authorities and as the custodian of moneys available
                  for the joint services; and
                      (B) provide that the designated treasurer, or other disbursing officer authorized by the
                  treasurer, may make payments from the moneys for the joint services upon audit of the
                  appropriate auditing officer or officers representing the participating counties;
                      (ii) provide for the appointment of an independent auditor or a county auditor of one of
                  the participating counties as the designated auditing officer for the combined substance abuse
                  authorities;
                      (iii) (A) provide for the appointment of the county or district attorney of one of the
                  participating counties as the designated legal officer for the combined substance abuse
                  authorities; and
                      (B) authorize the designated legal officer to request and receive the assistance of the
                  county or district attorneys of the other participating counties in defending or prosecuting actions
                  within their counties relating to the combined substance abuse authorities; and
                      (iv) provide for the adoption of management, clinical, financial, procurement, personnel,
                  and administrative policies as already established by one of the participating counties or as
                  approved by the legislative body of each participating county or interlocal board.
                      (d) An agreement for joint substance abuse services may provide for joint operation of
                  services and facilities or for operation of services and facilities under contract by one
                  participating local substance abuse authority for other participating local substance abuse
                  authorities.
                      (3) (a) Each local substance abuse authority is accountable to the department, the


                  Department of Health, and the state with regard to the use of state and federal funds received
                  from those departments for substance abuse services, regardless of whether the services are
                  provided by a private contract provider.
                      (b) Each local substance abuse authority shall comply, and require compliance by its
                  contract provider, with all directives issued by the department and the Department of Health
                  regarding the use and expenditure of state and federal funds received from those departments for
                  the purpose of providing substance abuse programs and services. The department and
                  Department of Health shall ensure that those directives are not duplicative or conflicting, and
                  shall consult and coordinate with local substance abuse authorities with regard to programs and
                  services.
                      (4) Each local substance abuse authority shall:
                      (a) review and evaluate substance abuse prevention and treatment needs and services,
                  including substance abuse needs and services for individuals incarcerated in a county jail or other
                  county correctional facility;
                      (b) annually prepare and submit to the division a plan approved by the county legislative
                  body for funding and service delivery that includes:
                      (i) provisions for services, either directly by the substance abuse authority or by contract,
                  for adults, youth, and children, including those incarcerated in a county jail or other county
                  correctional facility; and
                      (ii) primary prevention, targeted prevention, early intervention, and treatment services;
                      (c) establish and maintain, either directly or by contract, programs licensed under Title
                  62A, Chapter 2, Licensure of Programs and Facilities;
                      (d) appoint directly or by contract a full or part time director for substance abuse
                  programs, and prescribe the director's duties;
                      (e) provide input and comment on new and revised policies established by the board;
                      (f) establish and require contract providers to establish administrative, clinical,
                  procurement, personnel, financial, and management policies regarding substance abuse services
                  and facilities, in accordance with the policies of the board, and state and federal law;


                      (g) establish mechanisms allowing for direct citizen input;
                      (h) annually contract with the division to provide substance abuse programs and services
                  in accordance with the provisions of Title 62A, Chapter 15, Substance Abuse and Mental Health
                  Act;
                      (i) comply with all applicable state and federal statutes, policies, audit requirements,
                  contract requirements, and any directives resulting from those audits and contract requirements;
                      (j) promote or establish programs for the prevention of substance abuse within the
                  community setting through community-based prevention programs;
                      (k) provide funding equal to at least 20% of the state funds that it receives to fund
                  services described in the plan;
                      (l) comply with the requirements and procedures of Title 11, Chapter 13, Interlocal
                  Cooperation Act, Title 17A, Chapter 1, Part 4, Uniform Fiscal Procedures for Special Districts
                  Act, and Title 51, Chapter [2, Audits of] 2a, Accounting Reports from Political Subdivisions,
                  Interlocal Organizations and Other Local Entities Act;
                      (m) for persons convicted of driving under the influence in violation of [Subsection
                  41-6-44 (2) or Section 41-6-44.6 ] Section 41-6a-502 or 41-6a-517 , conduct the following as
                  defined in Section [ 41-6-44 ] 41-6a-501 :
                      (i) a screening;
                      (ii) an assessment;
                      (iii) an educational series; and
                      (iv) substance abuse treatment; and
                      (n) utilize proceeds of the accounts described in Subsection 62A-15-503 (1) to
                  supplement the cost of providing the services described in Subsection (4)(m).
                      (5) Before disbursing any public funds, each local substance abuse authority shall require
                  that each entity that receives any public funds from the local substance abuse authority agrees in
                  writing that:
                      (a) the entity's financial records and other records relevant to the entity's performance of
                  the services provided to the local substance abuse authority shall be subject to examination by:


                      (i) the division;
                      (ii) the local substance abuse authority director;
                      (iii) (A) the county treasurer and county or district attorney; or
                      (B) if two or more counties jointly provide substance abuse services under an agreement
                  under Subsection (2), the designated treasurer and the designated legal officer;
                      (iv) the county legislative body; and
                      (v) in a county with a county executive that is separate from the county legislative body,
                  the county executive;
                      (b) the county auditor may examine and audit the entity's financial and other records
                  relevant to the entity's performance of the services provided to the local substance abuse
                  authority; and
                      (c) the entity will comply with the provisions of Subsection (3)(b).
                      (6) A local substance abuse authority may receive property, grants, gifts, supplies,
                  materials, contributions, and any benefit derived therefrom, for substance abuse services. If those
                  gifts are conditioned upon their use for a specified service or program, they shall be so used.
                      (7) (a) As used in this section, "public funds" means the same as that term is defined in
                  Section 17-43-203 .
                      (b) Public funds received for the provision of services pursuant to the local substance
                  abuse plan may not be used for any other purpose except those authorized in the contract between
                  the local substance abuse authority and the provider for the provision of plan services.
                      Section 5. Section 19-2-105 is amended to read:
                       19-2-105. Duties of board.
                      The board, in conjunction with the governing body of each county identified in Section
                  [ 41-6-163.7 ] 41-6a-1643 and other interested parties, shall perform an evaluation of the
                  inspection and maintenance program developed under Section [ 41-6-163.7 ] 41-6a-1643
                  including issues relating to:
                      (1) the implementation of a standardized inspection and maintenance program;
                      (2) out-of-state registration of vehicles used in Utah;


                      (3) out-of-county registration of vehicles used within the areas required to have an
                  inspection and maintenance program;
                      (4) use of the farm truck exemption;
                      (5) mechanic training programs;
                      (6) emissions standards; and
                      (7) emissions waivers.
                      Section 6. Section 19-2-105.3 is amended to read:
                       19-2-105.3. Clean fuel requirements for fleets.
                      (1) As used in this section:
                      (a) "1990 Clean Air Act" means the federal Clean Air Act as amended in 1990.
                      (b) "Clean fuel" means:
                      (i) propane, compressed natural gas, or electricity;
                      (ii) other fuel the Air Quality Board created in Title 19, Chapter 2, Air Conservation Act,
                  determines annually on or before July 1 is at least as effective as fuels under Subsection (1)(b)(i)
                  in reducing air pollution; and
                      (iii) other fuel that meets the clean fuel vehicle standards in the 1990 Clean Air Act.
                      (c) "Fleet" means ten or more vehicles:
                      (i) owned or operated by a single entity as defined by board rule; and
                      (ii) capable of being fueled or that are fueled at a central location.
                      (d) "Fleet" does not include motor vehicles that are:
                      (i) held for lease or rental to the general public;
                      (ii) held for sale or used as demonstration vehicles by motor vehicle dealers;
                      (iii) used by motor vehicle manufacturers for product evaluations or tests;
                      (iv) authorized emergency vehicles as defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ;
                      (v) registered under Title 41, Chapter 1a, Part 2, Registration, as farm vehicles;
                      (vi) special mobile equipment as defined in Section 41-1a-102 ;
                      (vii) heavy duty trucks with a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 26,000 pounds;
                      (viii) regularly used by employees to drive to and from work, parked at the employees'


                  personal residences when they are not at their employment, and not practicably fueled at a central
                  location;
                      (ix) owned, operated, or leased by public transit districts; or
                      (x) exempted by board rule.
                      (2) (a) After evaluation of reasonably available pollution control strategies, and as part of
                  the state implementation plan demonstrating attainment of the national ambient air quality
                  standards, the board may by rule, subject to Subsection (2)(c), require fleets in specified
                  geographical areas to use clean fuels if the board determines fleet use of clean fuels is:
                      (i) necessary to demonstrate attainment of the national ambient air quality standards in
                  any area where they are required; and
                      (ii) reasonably cost effective when compared to other similarly beneficial control
                  strategies for demonstrating attainment of the national ambient air quality standards.
                      (b) State implementation plans developed prior to July 1, 1995, may require fleets to use
                  clean fuels no earlier than July 1, 1995, unless the board determines fleet use of clean fuels is
                  necessary prior to July 1, 1995, to demonstrate attainment of the national ambient air quality
                  standards in any area by an attainment date established by federal law.
                      (c) The board may not require more than 50% of those trucks in a fleet that are heavy
                  duty trucks having a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 8,500 pounds and not more than
                  26,000 pounds to convert to clean fuels under Subsection (2)(b).
                      (3) (a) After evaluation of reasonably available pollution control strategies, and as part of
                  a state implementation plan demonstrating only maintenance of the national ambient air quality
                  standards, the board may by rule, subject to Subsection (3)(b), require fleets in specified
                  geographical areas to use clean fuels if the board determines fleet use of clean fuels is:
                      (i) necessary to demonstrate maintenance of the national ambient air quality standards in
                  any area where they are required; and
                      (ii) reasonably cost effective as compared with other similarly beneficial control
                  strategies for demonstrating maintenance of the national ambient air quality standards.
                      (b) Under Subsection (3)(a) the board may require no more than:


                      (i) 30% of a fleet to use clean fuels before January 1, 1998;
                      (ii) 50% of a fleet to use clean fuels before January 1, 1999; and
                      (iii) 70% of a fleet to use clean fuels before January 1, 2000.
                      (c) The board may not require more than 50% of those trucks in a fleet that are heavy
                  duty trucks having a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 8,500 pounds and not more than
                  26,000 pounds to convert to clean fuels under Subsection (3)(b).
                      (4) Rules the board makes under this section may include:
                      (a) dates by which fleets are required to convert to clean fuels under the provisions of
                  this section;
                      (b) definitions of fleet owners or operators;
                      (c) definitions of vehicles exempted from this section by rule;
                      (d) certification requirements for persons who install clean fuel conversion equipment,
                  including testing and certification standards regarding installers; and
                      (e) certification fees for installers, established under Section 63-38-3.2 .
                      (5) Implementation of this section and rules made under this section are subject to the
                  reasonable availability of clean fuel in the local market as determined by the board.
                      Section 7. Section 23-13-17 is amended to read:
                       23-13-17. Spotlighting of coyote, red fox, striped skunk, and raccoon -- County
                  ordinances - Permits.
                      (1) Spotlighting may be used to hunt coyote, red fox, striped skunk, or raccoon where
                  allowed by a county ordinance enacted pursuant to this section.
                      (2) The ordinance shall provide that:
                      (a) any artificial light used to spotlight coyote, red fox, striped skunk, or raccoon must be
                  carried by the hunter;
                      (b) a motor vehicle headlight or light attached to or powered by a motor vehicle may not
                  be used to spotlight the animal; and
                      (c) while hunting with the use of an artificial light, the hunter may not occupy or operate
                  any motor vehicle.


                      (3) For purposes of the county ordinance, "motor vehicle" shall have the meaning as
                  defined in Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 .
                      (4) The ordinance may specify:
                      (a) the time of day and seasons when spotlighting is permitted;
                      (b) areas closed or open to spotlighting within the unincorporated area of the county;
                      (c) safety zones within which spotlighting is prohibited;
                      (d) the weapons permitted; and
                      (e) penalties for violation of the ordinance.
                      (5) (a) A county may restrict the number of hunters engaging in spotlighting by requiring
                  a permit to spotlight and issuing a limited number of permits.
                      (b) (i) A fee may be charged for a spotlighting permit.
                      (ii) Any permit fee shall be established by the county ordinance.
                      (iii) Revenues generated by the permit fee shall be remitted to the Division of Wildlife
                  Resources for deposit into the Wildlife Resources Account, except the Wildlife Board may allow
                  any county that enacts an ordinance pursuant to this section to retain a reasonable amount to pay
                  for the costs of administering and enforcing the ordinance, provided this use of the permit
                  revenues does not affect federal funds received by the state under 16 U.S.C. Sec. 669 et seq.,
                  Wildlife Restoration Act and 16 U.S.C. Sec. 777 et seq., Sport Fish Restoration Act.
                      (6) A county may require hunters to notify the county sheriff of the time and place they
                  will be engaged in spotlighting.
                      (7) The requirement that a county ordinance must be enacted before a person may use
                  spotlighting to hunt coyote, red fox, striped skunk, or raccoon does not apply to:
                      (a) a person or his agent who is lawfully acting to protect his crops or domestic animals
                  from predation by those animals; or
                      (b) an animal damage control agent acting in his official capacity under a memorandum
                  of agreement with the division.
                      Section 8. Section 26-1-30 is amended to read:
                       26-1-30. Powers and duties of department.


                      (1) The department shall:
                      (a) enter into cooperative agreements with the Department of Environmental Quality to
                  delineate specific responsibilities to assure that assessment and management of risk to human
                  health from the environment are properly administered; and
                      (b) consult with the Department of Environmental Quality and enter into cooperative
                  agreements, as needed, to ensure efficient use of resources and effective response to potential
                  health and safety threats from the environment, and to prevent gaps in protection from potential
                  risks from the environment to specific individuals or population groups.
                      (2) In addition to all other powers and duties of the department, it shall have and exercise
                  the following powers and duties:
                      (a) promote and protect the health and wellness of the people within the state;
                      (b) establish, maintain, and enforce rules necessary or desirable to carry out the
                  provisions and purposes of this title to promote and protect the public health or to prevent disease
                  and illness;
                      (c) investigate and control the causes of epidemic, infectious, communicable, and other
                  diseases affecting the public health;
                      (d) provide for the detection, reporting, prevention, and control of communicable,
                  infectious, acute, chronic, or any other disease or health hazard that the department considers to
                  be dangerous, important, or likely to affect the public health;
                      (e) collect and report information on causes of injury, sickness, death, and disability and
                  the risk factors that contribute to the causes of injury, sickness, death, and disability within the
                  state;
                      (f) collect, prepare, publish, and disseminate information to inform the public concerning
                  the health and wellness of the population, specific hazards, and risks that may affect the health
                  and wellness of the population and specific activities which may promote and protect the health
                  and wellness of the population;
                      (g) establish and operate programs necessary or desirable for the promotion or protection
                  of the public health and the control of disease or which may be necessary to ameliorate the major


                  causes of injury, sickness, death, and disability in the state, except that the programs shall not be
                  established if adequate programs exist in the private sector;
                      (h) establish, maintain, and enforce isolation and quarantine, and for this purpose only,
                  exercise physical control over property and individuals as the department finds necessary for the
                  protection of the public health;
                      (i) close theaters, schools, and other public places and forbid gatherings of people when
                  necessary to protect the public health;
                      (j) abate nuisances when necessary to eliminate sources of filth and infectious and
                  communicable diseases affecting the public health;
                      (k) make necessary sanitary and health investigations and inspections in cooperation with
                  local health departments as to any matters affecting the public health;
                      (l) establish laboratory services necessary to support public health programs and medical
                  services in the state;
                      (m) establish and enforce standards for laboratory services which are provided by any
                  laboratory in the state when the purpose of the services is to protect the public health;
                      (n) cooperate with the Labor Commission to conduct studies of occupational health
                  hazards and occupational diseases arising in and out of employment in industry, and make
                  recommendations for elimination or reduction of the hazards;
                      (o) cooperate with the local health departments, the Department of Corrections, the
                  Administrative Office of the Courts, the Division of Juvenile Justice Services, and the Crime
                  Victims Reparations Board to conduct testing for HIV infection of convicted sexual offenders
                  and any victims of a sexual offense;
                      (p) investigate the cause of maternal and infant mortality;
                      (q) establish, maintain, and enforce a procedure requiring the blood of adult pedestrians
                  and drivers of motor vehicles killed in highway accidents be examined for the presence and
                  concentration of alcohol;
                      (r) provide the commissioner of public safety with monthly statistics reflecting the results
                  of the examinations provided for in Subsection (2)(q) and provide safeguards so that information


                  derived from the examinations is not used for a purpose other than the compilation of statistics
                  authorized in this Subsection (2)(r);
                      (s) establish qualifications for individuals permitted to draw blood pursuant to Section
                  [ 41-6-44.10 ] 41-6a-523 , and to issue permits to individuals it finds qualified, which permits may
                  be terminated or revoked by the department;
                      (t) establish a uniform public health program throughout the state which includes
                  continuous service, employment of qualified employees, and a basic program of disease control,
                  vital and health statistics, sanitation, public health nursing, and other preventive health programs
                  necessary or desirable for the protection of public health;
                      (u) adopt rules and enforce minimum sanitary standards for the operation and
                  maintenance of:
                      (i) orphanages;
                      (ii) boarding homes;
                      (iii) summer camps for children;
                      (iv) lodging houses;
                      (v) hotels;
                      (vi) restaurants and all other places where food is handled for commercial purposes, sold,
                  or served to the public;
                      (vii) tourist and trailer camps;
                      (viii) service stations;
                      (ix) public conveyances and stations;
                      (x) public and private schools;
                      (xi) factories;
                      (xii) private sanatoria;
                      (xiii) barber shops;
                      (xiv) beauty shops;
                      (xv) physicians' offices;
                      (xvi) dentists' offices;


                      (xvii) workshops;
                      (xviii) industrial, labor, or construction camps;
                      (xix) recreational resorts and camps;
                      (xx) swimming pools, public baths, and bathing beaches;
                      (xxi) state, county, or municipal institutions, including hospitals and other buildings,
                  centers, and places used for public gatherings; and
                      (xxii) of any other facilities in public buildings and on public grounds;
                      (v) conduct health planning for the state;
                      (w) monitor the costs of health care in the state and foster price competition in the health
                  care delivery system;
                      (x) adopt rules for the licensure of health facilities within the state pursuant to Title 26,
                  Chapter 21, Health Care Facility Licensing and Inspection Act;
                      (y) license the provision of child care;
                      (z) accept contributions to and administer the funds contained in the Organ Donation
                  Contribution Fund created in Section 26-18b-101 ; and
                      (aa) serve as the collecting agent, on behalf of the state, for the nursing care facility
                  assessment fee imposed under Title 26, Chapter 35a, Nursing Care Facility Assessment Act, and
                  adopt rules for the enforcement and administration of the nursing facility assessment consistent
                  with the provisions of Title 26, Chapter 35a.
                      Section 9. Section 32A-1-115 is amended to read:
                       32A-1-115. Alcoholic Beverage Enforcement and Treatment Restricted Account --
                  Distribution to municipalities and counties.
                      (1) As used in this section:
                      (a) "Account" means the Alcoholic Beverage Enforcement and Treatment Restricted
                  Account created in this section.
                      (b) "Alcohol-related offense" means:
                      (i) a violation of:
                      (A) Section [ 41-6-44 ] 41-6a-502 ; or


                      (B) an ordinance that complies with the requirements of:
                      (I) Subsection [ 41-6-43 ] 41-6a-510 (1); or
                      (II) Section 76-5-207 ; or
                      (ii) an offense involving the:
                      (A) illegal sale of alcohol;
                      (B) illegal distribution of alcohol;
                      (C) illegal transportation of alcohol;
                      (D) illegal possession of alcohol; or
                      (E) illegal consumption of alcohol.
                      (c) "Annual conviction time period" means the time period that:
                      (i) begins on July 1 and ends on June 30; and
                      (ii) immediately precedes the fiscal year for which an appropriation under this section is
                  made.
                      (d) "Coordinating council" means the Utah Substance Abuse and Anti-Violence
                  Coordinating Council created in Section 63-25a-201 .
                      (e) "Municipality" means:
                      (i) a city; or
                      (ii) a town.
                      (2) (a) There is created in the General Fund a restricted account called the "Alcoholic
                  Beverage Enforcement and Treatment Restricted Account."
                      (b) The account shall be funded from:
                      (i) amounts deposited by the state treasurer in accordance with Section 59-15-109 ;
                      (ii) any appropriations made to the account by the Legislature; and
                      (iii) interest described in Subsection (2)(c).
                      (c) Interest earned on the account shall be deposited into the account.
                      (d) (i) The revenues in the account shall be used exclusively for programs or projects
                  related to prevention, treatment, detection, prosecution, and control of violations of this title and
                  other offenses in which alcohol is a contributing factor except as provided in Subsection


                  (2)(d)(ii).
                      (ii) The portion distributed under this section to counties may also be used for the
                  confinement or treatment of persons arrested for or convicted of offenses in which alcohol is a
                  contributing factor.
                      (iii) Any municipality or county entitled to receive funds shall use the funds exclusively
                  as required by this Subsection (2)(d).
                      (iv) The appropriations provided for under Subsection (3) are:
                      (A) intended to supplement the budget of the appropriate agencies of each municipality
                  and county within the state to enable the municipalities and counties to more effectively fund the
                  programs and projects described in this Subsection (2)(d); and
                      (B) not intended to replace funds that would otherwise be allocated for the programs and
                  projects in this Subsection (2)(d).
                      (3) (a) The revenues deposited into the account shall be distributed to municipalities and
                  counties:
                      (i) to the extent appropriated by the Legislature except that the Legislature shall
                  appropriate each fiscal year an amount equal to at least the amount deposited in the account in
                  accordance with Section 59-15-109 ; and
                      (ii) as provided in this Subsection (3).
                      (b) The amount appropriated from the account shall be distributed as follows:
                      (i) 25% to municipalities and counties based upon the percentage of the state population
                  residing in each municipality and county;
                      (ii) 30% to municipalities and counties based upon each municipality's and county's
                  percentage of the statewide convictions for all alcohol-related offenses;
                      (iii) 20% to municipalities and counties based upon the percentage of all state stores,
                  package agencies, liquor licensees, and beer licensees in the state that are located in each
                  municipality and county; and
                      (iv) 25% to the counties for confinement and treatment purposes authorized by this
                  section based upon the percentage of the state population located in each county.


                      (c) (i) Except as provided in Subsection (3)(c)(iii), a municipality that does not have a
                  law enforcement agency may not receive monies under this section.
                      (ii) The State Tax Commission:
                      (A) may not distribute the monies the municipality would receive but for the
                  municipality not having a law enforcement agency to that municipality; and
                      (B) shall distribute the monies that the municipality would have received but for it not
                  having a law enforcement agency to the county in which the municipality is located for use by the
                  county in accordance with this section.
                      (iii) Notwithstanding Subsections (3)(c)(i) and (ii), if the coordinating council finds that
                  a municipality described in Subsection (3)(c)(i) demonstrates that the municipality can use the
                  monies that the municipality is otherwise eligible to receive in accordance with this section, the
                  coordinating council may direct the State Tax Commission to distribute the money to the
                  municipality.
                      (4) To determine the distributions required by Subsection (3)(b)(ii), the State Tax
                  Commission shall annually:
                      (a) for an annual conviction time period:
                      (i) multiply by two the total number of convictions in the state obtained during the
                  annual conviction time period for violation of:
                      (A) Section [ 41-6-44 ] 41-6a-502 ; or
                      (B) an ordinance that complies with the requirements of Subsection [ 41-6-43 ]
                  41-6a-510 (1) or Section 76-5-207 ; and
                      (ii) add to the number calculated under Subsection (4)(a)(i) the number of convictions
                  obtained during the annual conviction time period for all alcohol-related offenses other than the
                  alcohol-related offenses described in Subsection (4)(a)(i);
                      (b) divide an amount equal to 30% of the appropriation for that fiscal year by the sum
                  obtained in Subsection (4)(a); and
                      (c) multiply the amount calculated under Subsection (4)(b), by the number of convictions
                  obtained in each municipality and county during the annual conviction time period for


                  alcohol-related offenses.
                      (5) For purposes of this section:
                      (a) the number of state stores, package agencies, and licensees located within the limits
                  of each municipality and county:
                      (i) is the number determined by the department to be so located;
                      (ii) includes all:
                      (A) private clubs;
                      (B) restaurants;
                      (C) airport lounges;
                      (D) package agencies; and
                      (E) state stores; and
                      (iii) does not include on-premise beer retailer licensees;
                      (b) the number of state stores, package agencies, and licensees in a county consists only
                  of that number located within unincorporated areas of the county;
                      (c) population figures shall be determined according to the most current population
                  estimates prepared by the Utah Population Estimates Committee;
                      (d) a county's population figure for the 25% distribution to municipalities and counties
                  under Subsection (3)(b)(i) shall be determined only with reference to the population in the
                  unincorporated areas of the county;
                      (e) a county's population figure under Subsection (3)(b)(iv) for the 25% distribution to
                  counties only shall be determined with reference to the total population in the county, including
                  that of municipalities;
                      (f) a conviction occurs in the municipality or county that actually prosecutes the offense
                  to judgment; and
                      (g) in the case of a conviction based upon a guilty plea, the conviction is considered to
                  occur in the municipality or county that, except for the guilty plea, would have prosecuted the
                  offense.
                      (6) By not later than September 1 each year:


                      (a) the state court administrator shall certify to the State Tax Commission the number of
                  convictions obtained for alcohol-related offenses in each municipality or county in the state
                  during the annual conviction time period; and
                      (b) the coordinating council shall notify the State Tax Commission of any municipality
                  that does not have a law enforcement agency.
                      (7) By not later than December 1 of each year, the coordinating council shall notify the
                  State Tax Commission for the fiscal year of appropriation of:
                      (a) any municipality that may receive a distribution under Subsection (3)(c)(iii);
                      (b) any county that may receive a distribution allocated to a municipality described in
                  Subsection (3)(c)(ii);
                      (c) any municipality or county that may not receive a distribution because the
                  coordinating council has suspended the payment under Subsection (10)(a)(i); and
                      (d) any municipality or county that receives a distribution because the suspension of
                  payment has been cancelled under Subsection (10)(a)(ii).
                      (8) (a) By not later than January 1 of the fiscal year of appropriation, the State Tax
                  Commission shall annually distribute to each municipality and county the portion of the
                  appropriation that the municipality or county is eligible to receive under this section, except for
                  any municipality or county that the coordinating council notifies the State Tax Commission in
                  accordance with Subsection (7) may not receive a distribution in that fiscal year.
                      (b) (i) The State Tax Commission shall prepare forms for use by municipalities and
                  counties in applying for distributions under this section.
                      (ii) The forms described in this Subsection (8) may require the submission of information
                  the State Tax Commission considers necessary to enable the State Tax Commission to comply
                  with this section.
                      (9) A municipality or county that receives any monies under this section during a fiscal
                  year shall by no later than October 1 following the fiscal year:
                      (a) report to the coordinating council:
                      (i) the programs or projects of the municipality or county that receive monies under this


                  section;
                      (ii) if the monies for programs or projects were exclusively used as required by
                  Subsection (2)(d);
                      (iii) indicators of whether the programs or projects that receive monies under this section
                  are effective; and
                      (iv) if any monies received under this section were not expended by the municipality or
                  county; and
                      (b) provide the coordinating council a statement signed by the chief executive officer of
                  the county or municipality attesting that the monies received under this section were used in
                  addition to any monies appropriated or otherwise available for the county's or municipality's law
                  enforcement and were not used to supplant those monies.
                      (10) (a) The coordinating council may, by a majority vote:
                      (i) suspend future payments under Subsection (8) to a municipality or county that:
                      (A) does not file a report that meets the requirements of Subsection (9); or
                      (B) the coordinating council finds does not use the monies as required by Subsection
                  (2)(d) on the basis of the report filed by the municipality or county under Subsection (9); and
                      (ii) cancel a suspension under Subsection (10)(a)(i).
                      (b) The State Tax Commission shall:
                      (i) retain monies that a municipality or county does not receive under Subsection (10)(a);
                  and
                      (ii) notify the coordinating council of the balance of retained monies under this
                  Subsection (10)(b) after the annual distribution under Subsection (8).
                      (11) (a) Subject to the requirements of this Subsection (11), the coordinating council
                  shall award the balance of retained monies under Subsection (10)(b):
                      (i) as prioritized by majority vote of the coordinating council; and
                      (ii) as grants to:
                      (A) a county;
                      (B) a municipality; or


                      (C) the Department of Public Safety.
                      (b) By not later than May 30 of the fiscal year of the appropriation, the coordinating
                  council shall notify the State Tax Commission of any grants awarded under this Subsection (11).
                      (c) The State Tax Commission shall make payments of grants:
                      (i) upon receiving notice as provided under Subsection (11)(b); and
                      (ii) by not later than June 30 of the fiscal year of the appropriation.
                      (d) An entity that receives a grant under this Subsection (11) shall use the grant monies
                  exclusively for programs or projects described in Subsection (2)(d).
                      Section 10. Section 39-6-93 is amended to read:
                       39-6-93. Intoxicated or reckless driving.
                      A person subject to this chapter who operates any vehicle in violation of Section
                  [ 41-6-44 ] 41-6a-502 , or in violation of Section [ 41-6-45 ] 41-6a-528 , shall be punished as a
                  military court directs.
                      Section 11. Section 41-1a-202 is amended to read:
                       41-1a-202. Definitions -- Vehicles exempt from registration -- Registration of
                  vehicles after establishing residency.
                      (1) In this section:
                      (a) "Domicile" means the place:
                      (i) where an individual has a fixed permanent home and principal establishment;
                      (ii) to which the individual if absent, intends to return; and
                      (iii) in which the individual and his family voluntarily reside, not for a special or
                  temporary purpose, but with the intention of making a permanent home.
                      (b) (i) "Resident" means any of the following:
                      (A) an individual who:
                      (I) has established a domicile in this state;
                      (II) regardless of domicile, remains in this state for an aggregate period of six months or
                  more during any calendar year;
                      (III) engages in a trade, profession, or occupation in this state or who accepts


                  employment in other than seasonal work in this state and who does not commute into the state;
                      (IV) declares himself to be a resident of this state for the purpose of obtaining a driver
                  license or motor vehicle registration; or
                      (V) declares himself a resident of Utah to obtain privileges not ordinarily extended to
                  nonresidents, including going to school, or placing children in school without paying nonresident
                  tuition or fees;
                      (B) any individual, partnership, limited liability company, firm, corporation, association,
                  or other entity that:
                      (I) maintains a main office, branch office, or warehouse facility in this state and that
                  bases and operates a motor vehicle in this state; or
                      (II) operates a motor vehicle in intrastate transportation for other than seasonal work.
                      (ii) "Resident" does not include any of the following:
                      (A) a member of the military temporarily stationed in Utah;
                      (B) an out-of-state student, as classified by the institution of higher education, enrolled
                  with the equivalent of seven or more quarter hours, regardless of whether the student engages in
                  a trade, profession, or occupation in this state or accepts employment in this state; and
                      (C) an individual domiciled in another state or a foreign country that:
                      (I) is engaged in public, charitable, educational, or religious services for a government
                  agency or an organization that qualifies for tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Code
                  Section 501(c)(3);
                      (II) is not compensated for services rendered other than expense reimbursements; and
                      (III) is temporarily in Utah for a period not to exceed 24 months.
                      (2) Registration under this chapter is not required for any:
                      (a) vehicle registered in another state and owned by a nonresident of the state or
                  operating under a temporary registration permit issued by the division or a dealer authorized by
                  this chapter, driven or moved upon a highway in conformance with the provisions of this chapter
                  relating to manufacturers, transporters, dealers, lien holders, or interstate vehicles;
                      (b) vehicle driven or moved upon a highway only for the purpose of crossing the


                  highway from one property to another;
                      (c) implement of husbandry, whether of a type otherwise subject to registration or not,
                  that is only incidentally operated or moved upon a highway;
                      (d) special mobile equipment;
                      (e) vehicle owned or leased by the federal government;
                      (f) motor vehicle not designed, used, or maintained for the transportation of passengers
                  for hire or for the transportation of property if the motor vehicle is registered in another state and
                  is owned and operated by a nonresident of this state;
                      (g) vehicle or combination of vehicles designed, used, or maintained for the
                  transportation of persons for hire or for the transportation of property if the vehicle or
                  combination of vehicles is registered in another state and is owned and operated by a nonresident
                  of this state and if the vehicle or combination of vehicles has a gross laden weight of 26,000
                  pounds or less;
                      (h) trailer of 750 pounds or less unladen weight and not designed, used, and maintained
                  for hire for the transportation of property or person;
                      (i) manufactured home or mobile home;
                      (j) off-highway vehicle currently registered under Section 41-22-3 if the off-highway
                  vehicle is:
                      (i) being towed;
                      (ii) operated on a street or highway designated as open to off-highway vehicle use; or
                      (iii) operated in the manner prescribed in Section 41-22-10.3 ;
                      (k) off-highway implement of husbandry operated in the manner prescribed in
                  Subsections 41-22-5.5 (3) through (5);
                      (l) modular and prebuilt homes conforming to the uniform building code and presently
                  regulated by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development that are not
                  constructed on a permanent chassis;
                      (m) electric assisted bicycle defined under Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ;
                      (n) motor assisted scooter defined under Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 ; or


                      (o) personal motorized mobility device defined under Section [ 41-6-1 ] 41-6a-102 .
                      (3) Unless otherwise exempted under Subsection (2), registration under this chapter is
                  required for any motor vehicle, combination of vehicles, trailer, semitrailer, or vintage vehicle
                  within 60 days of the owner establishing residency in this state.
                      (4) A motor vehicle that is registered under Section 41-3-306 is exempt from the
                  registration requirements of this part for the time period that the registration under Section
                  41-3-306 is valid.
                      Section 12. Section 41-1a-203 is amended to read:
                       41-1a-203. Prerequisites for registration.
                      (1) Except as otherwise provided, prior to registration a vehicle must have:
                      (a) an identification number inspection under Section 41-1a-204 ;
                      (b) passed the safety inspection, if required in the current year, as provided under
                  Sections 41-1a-205 and 53-8-205 ;
                      (c) passed the emissions inspection, if required in the current year, as provided under
                  Section [ 41-6-163.6 ] 41-6a-1642 ;
                      (d) paid property taxes, the in lieu fee, or received a property tax clearance under Section
                  41-1a-206 or 41-1a-207 ;
                      (e) paid the automobile driver education tax required by Section 41-1a-208 ;
                      (f) paid the applicable registration fee under Part 12, Fee and Tax Requirements;
                      (g) paid the uninsured motorist identification fee under Section 41-1a-1218 , if
                  applicable; and
                      (h) paid the motor carrier fee under Section 41-1a-1219 , if applicable.
                      (2) In addition to the requirements in Subsection (1), an owner whose vehicle has not
                  been previously registered or that is currently registered under a previous owner's name must also
                  apply for a valid certificate of title in the owner's name prior to registration.
                      (3) A new registration, transfer of ownership, or registration renewal under Section
                  73-18-7 may not be issued for a vessel or outboard motor that is subject to the title provisions of
                  this chapter unless a certificate of title has been or is in the process of being issued in the same


                  owner's name.
                      (4) A new registration, transfer of ownership, or registration renewal under Section
                  41-22-3 may not be issued for an off-highway vehicle that is subject to the titling provisions of
                  this chapter unless a certificate of title has been or is in the process of being issued in the same
                  owner's name.
                      Section 13. Section 41-1a-205 is amended to read:
                       41-1a-205. Safety inspection certificate required for renewal or registration of
                  motor vehicle -- Exemptions.
                      (1) If required in the current year, a safety inspection certificate, as required by Section
                  53-8-205 , or proof of exemption from safety inspection shall be presented at the time of, and as a
                  condition of, registration or renewal of registration of a motor vehicle.
                      (2) (a) Except as provided in Subsections (2)(b), (c), and (d), the safety inspection
                  required under this section may be made no more than two months prior to the renewal of
                  registration.
                      (b) (i) If the title of a used motor vehicle is being transferred, a safety inspection
                  certificate issued for the motor vehicle during the previous two months may be used to satisfy the
                  requirement under Subsection (1).
                      (ii) If the transferor is a licensed and bonded used motor vehicle dealer, a safety
                  inspection certificate issued for the motor vehicle in a licensed and bonded motor vehicle dealer's
                  name during the previous six months may be used to satisfy the requirement under Subsection
                  (1).
                      (c) If the title of a leased vehicle is being transferred to the lessee of the vehicle, a safety
                  inspection certificate issued during the previous six months may be used to satisfy the
                  requirement under Subsection (1).
                      (d) If the motor vehicle is part of a fleet of 101 or more vehicles, the safety inspection
                  required under this section may be made no more than 11 months prior to the renewal of
                  registration.
                      (3) The following motor vehicles are exempt from this section:


                      (a) a new motor vehicle when registered the first time, if:
                      (i) a new car predelivery inspection has been made by a dealer;
                      (ii) the dealer provides a written disclosure statement listing any known deficiency,
                  existing with the new motor vehicle at the time of delivery, that would cause the motor vehicle to
                  fail a safety inspection given in accordance with Section 53-8-205 ; and
                      (iii) the buyer signs the disclosure statement to acknowledge that the buyer has read and
                  understands the listed deficiencies; and
                      (b) a motor vehicle required to be registered under this chapter that bears a dealer plate or
                  other special plate under Title 41, Chapter 3, Part 5, Special Dealer License Plates, except that if
                  the motor vehicle is propelled by its own power and is not being moved for repair or dismantling,
                  the motor vehicle shall comply with Section [ 41-6-155 ] 41-6a-1601 regarding safe mechanical
                  condition.
                      (4) (a) A safety inspection certificate shall be displayed on:
                      (i) all registered commercial motor vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating of 26,000
                  pounds or more;
                      (ii) a motor vehicle with three or more axles, pulling a trailer, or pulling a trailer with
                  multiple axles;
                      (iii) a combination unit; and
                      (iv) a bus or van for hire.
                      (b) A commercial vehicle under Subsection (4)(a) is exempt from the requirements of
                  Subsection (1).
                      (5) A motor vehicle may be sold and the title assigned to the new owner without a valid
                  safety inspection, but the motor vehicle may not be registered in the new owner's name until the
                  motor vehicle complies with this section.
                      Section 14. Section 41-1a-217 is amended to read:
                       41-1a-217. Application for renewal of registration.
                      (1) Renewal of a vehicle registration shall be made by the owner upon application and by
                  payment of the fees or taxes required under Subsection 41-1a-203 (1).


                      (2) The application for registration renewal and applicable fees or taxes shall be
                  accompanied by a:
                      (a) safety inspection certificate as required under Section 41-1a-205 ; and
                      (b) certificate of emissions inspection as required under Section [ 41-6-163.6 ]
                  41-6a-1642 .
                      (3) The new registration card issued shall show:
                      (a) the identical information with respect to the owner and the vehicle description
                  required by Section 41-1a-213 ; and
                      (b) the new expiration date.
                      Section 15. Section 41-1a-407 is amended to read:
                       41-1a-407. Plates issued to political subdivisions or state -- Use of "EX" letters --
                  Confidential information.
                      (1) Except as provided in Subsection (2), each municipality, board of education, school
                  district, state institution of learning, county, other governmental division, subdivision, or district,
                  and the state shall:
                      (a) place a license plate displaying the letters, "EX" on every vehicle owned and operated
                  by it or leased for its exclusive use; and
                      (b) display an identification mark designating the vehicle as the property of the entity in a
                  conspicuous place on both sides of the vehicle.
                      (2) The entity need not display the "EX" license plate or the identification mark required
                  by Subsection (1) if:
                      (a) the vehicle is in the direct service of the governor, lieutenant governor, attorney
                  general, state auditor, or state treasurer of Utah;
                      (b) the vehicle is used in official investigative work where secrecy is essential;
                      (c) the vehicle is used in an organized Utah Highway Patrol operation that is:
                      (i) conducted within a county of the first or second class as defined under Section
                  17-50-501 , unless no more than one unmarked vehicle is used for the operation;
                      (ii) approved by the Commissioner of Public Safety;


                      (iii) of a duration of 14 consecutive days or less; and
                      (iv) targeted toward aggressive driving and accidents involving:
                      (A) violations of Title 41, Chapter [6, Article] 6a, Part 5, Driving [While Intoxicated]
                  Under the Influence and Reckless Driving;
                      (B) speeding violations for exceeding the posted speed limit by 21 or more miles per
                  hour;
                      (C) speeding violations in a reduced speed school zone under Section [ 41-6-48.5 ]
                  41-6a-604 ;
                      (D) violations of Section [ 41-6-78 ] 41-6a-1002 related to pedestrian crosswalks; or
                      (E) violations of Section [ 41-6-53.5 ] 41-6a-702 related to lane restrictions;
                      (d) the vehicle is provided to an official of the entity as part of a compensation package
                  allowing unlimited personal use of that vehicle; or
                      (e) the personal security of the occupants of the vehicle would be jeopardized if the "EX"
                  license plate were in place.
                      (3) Plates issued to Utah Highway Patrol vehicles may bear the capital letters "UHP," a
                  beehive logo, and the call number of the trooper to whom the vehicle is issued.
                      (4) (a) The commission shall issue "EX" and "UHP" plates.
                      (b) In accordance with Title 63, Chapter 46a, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, the
                  commission shall make rules establishing the procedure for application for and distribution of the
                  plates.
                      (5) For a vehicle that qualifies for "EX" or "UHP" license plates, the entity is not
                  required to display an annual registration decal.
                      (6) (a) Information shall be confidential for vehicles that are not required to display the
                  "EX" license plate or the identification mark under Subsections (2)(a), (b), (d), and (e).
                      (b) (i) If a law enforcement officer's identity must be kept secret, his agency head may
                  request in writing that the division remove the license plate information of the officer's personal
                  vehicles from all public access files and place it in a confidential file until the assignment is
                  completed.


                      (ii) The agency head shall notify the division when the assignment is completed.
                      (7) A peace officer engaged in an organized operation under Subsection (2)(c) shall be in
                  a uniform clearly identifying the law enforcement agency the peace officer is representing during
                  the operation.
                      Section 16. Section 41-1a-1101 is amended to read:
                       41-1a-1101. Seizure -- Circumstances where permitted -- Impound lot standards.
                      (1) The division or any peace officer, without a warrant, may seize and take possession
                  of any vehicle, vessel, or outboard motor:
                      (a) that the division or the peace officer has reason to believe has been stolen;
                      (b) on which any identification number has been defaced, altered, or obliterated;
                      (c) that has been abandoned on the public highways;
                      (d) for which the applicant has written a check for registration or title fees that has not
                  been honored by the applicant's bank and that is not paid within 30 days;
                      (e) that is placed on the water with improper registration; or
                      (f) that is being operated on a highway:
                      (i) with registration that has been expired for more than three months;
                      (ii) having never been properly registered by the current owner; or
                      (iii) with registration that is suspended or revoked.
                      (2) If necessary for the transportation of a seized vessel, the vessel's trailer may be seized
                  to transport and store the vessel.
                      (3) Any peace officer seizing or taking possession of a vehicle, vessel, or outboard motor
                  under this section shall comply with the provisions of Section [ 41-6-102.5 ] 41-6a-1406 .
                      (4) (a) In accordance with Title 63, Chapter 46a, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act,
                  the commission shall make rules setting standards for public garages, impound lots, and impound
                  yards that may be used by peace officers and the division.
                      (b) The standards shall be equitable, reasonable, and unrestrictive as to the number of
                  public garages, impound lots, or impound yards per geographical area.
                      (5) (a) Except as provided under Subsection (5)(b), a person may not operate or allow to


                  be operated a vehicle stored in a public garage, impound lot, or impound yard regulated under
                  this part without prior written permission of the owner of the vehicle.
                      (b) Incidental and necessary operation of a vehicle to move the vehicle from one parking
                  space to another within the facility and that is necessary for the normal management of the
                  facility is not prohibited under this Subsection (5)(a).
                      (6) A person who violates the provisions of Subsection (5) is guilty of a class C
                  misdemeanor.
                      (7) The division or the peace officer who seizes a vehicle shall record the mileage shown
                  on the vehicle's odometer at the time of seizure, if:
                      (a) the vehicle is equipped with an odometer; and
                      (b) the odometer reading is accessible to the division or the peace officer.
                      Section 17. Section 41-1a-1206 is amended to read:
                       41-1a-1206. Registration fees -- Fees by gross laden weight.
                      (1) Except as provided in Subsection (2), at the time application is made for registration
                  or renewal of registration of a vehicle or combination of vehicles under this chapter, a
                  registration fee shall be paid to the division as follows:
                      (a) $22.50 for each motorcycle;
                      (b) $21 for each motor vehicle of 12,000 pounds or less gross laden weight, excluding
                  motorcycles;
                      (c) unless the semitrailer or trailer is exempt from registration under Section 41-1a-202
                  or is registered under Section 41-1a-301 :
                      (i) $11 for each trailer or semitrailer over 750 pounds gross unladen weight; or
                      (ii) $8.50 for each commercial trailer or commercial semitrailer of 750 pounds or less
                  gross unladen weight;
                      (d) (i) $33 for each farm truck over 12,000 pounds, but not exceeding 14,000 pounds
                  gross laden weight; plus
                      (ii) $9 for each 2,000 pounds over 14,000 pounds gross laden weight; and
                      (e) (i) $49.50 for each motor vehicle or combination of motor vehicles, excluding farm


                  trucks, over 12,000 pounds, but not exceeding 14,000 pounds gross laden weight; plus
                      (ii) $18.50 for each 2,000 pounds over 14,000 pounds gross laden weight.
                      (2) The initial registration fee for a vintage vehicle is $20.
                      (3) If a motor vehicle is operated in combination with a semitrailer or trailer, each motor
                  vehicle shall register for the total gross laden weight of all units of the combination if the total
                  gross laden weight of the combination exceeds 12,000 pounds.
                      (4) (a) Registration fee categories under this section are based on the gross laden weight
                  declared in the licensee's application for registration.
                      (b) Gross laden weight shall be computed in units of 2,000 pounds. A fractional part of
                  2,000 pounds is a full unit.
                      (5) The owner of a commercial trailer or commercial semitrailer may, as an alternative to
                  registering under Subsection (1)(c), apply for and obtain a special registration and license plate
                  for a fee of $110.
                      (6) Except as provided in Section [ 41-6-163.6 ] 41-6a-1642 , a truck may not be registered
                  as a farm truck unless:
                      (a) the truck meets the definition of a farm truck under Section 41-1a-102 ; and
                      (b) (i) the truck has a gross vehicle weight rating of more than 12,000 pounds; or
                      (ii) the truck has a gross vehicle weight rating of 12,000 pounds or less and the owner
                  submits to the division a certificate of emissions inspection or a waiver in compliance with
                  Section [ 41-6-163.6 ] 41-6a-1642 .
                      (7) A violation of Subsection (6) is a class B misdemeanor that shall be punished by a
                  fine of not less than $200.
                      (8) Trucks used exclusively to pump cement, bore wells, or perform crane services with a
                  crane lift capacity of five or more tons, are exempt from 50% of the amount of the fees required
                  for those vehicles under this section.
                      Section 18. Section 41-3-303 is amended to read:
                       41-3-303. Temporary permits -- Inspections required before issuance.
                      (1) A dealer licensed in accordance with this chapter may not issue a temporary permit


                  under Section 41-3-302 unless:
                      (a) (i) the motor vehicle for which the temporary permit is issued has received and passed
                  the safety inspection required by Section 53-8-205 within the previous six months;
                      (ii) the safety inspection certificate was issued in the name of a licensed and bonded
                  dealer; and
                      (iii) a copy of the safety inspection certificate is given to the customer; and
                      (b) the motor vehicle passed the emission inspection test required by Section
                  [ 41-6-163.6 ] 41-6a-1642 .
                      (2) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(a), a dealer may issue a temporary permit without a
                  safety inspection certificate if the motor vehicle complies with the safety inspection as provided
                  in Section 41-1a-205 .
                      (3) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(b), a dealer may issue a temporary permit without
                  proof of an emission inspection if:
                      (a) the motor vehicle is exempt from emission inspection as provided in Section
                  [ 41-6-163.6 ] 41-6a-1642 ;
                      (b) the purchaser is a resident of a county that does not require emission inspections; or
                      (c) the motor vehicle is otherwise exempt from emission inspections.
                      (4) Notwithstanding Subsection (1), a dealer may sell a motor vehicle as is without
                  having it safety or emission inspected provided that no temporary permit is issued.
                      Section 19. Section 41-6a-101 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-175 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                 
CHAPTER 6a. TRAFFIC CODE

                 
Part 1. General Provisions

                       [41-6-175].     41-6a-101. Title.
                      This [act may be cited as the Uniform Act Regulating Traffic on Highways.] chapter is
                  known as the "Traffic Code."
                      Section 20. Section 41-6a-102 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-1 is renumbered
                  and amended to read:


                       [41-6-1].     41-6a-102. Definitions.
                      As used in this chapter:
                      (1) "Alley" means a street or highway intended to provide access to the rear or side of
                  lots or buildings in urban districts and not intended for through vehicular traffic.
                      (2) "All-terrain type I vehicle" [is used] has the same meaning as defined in Section
                  41-22-2 .
                      (3) "Authorized emergency vehicle" [means] includes:
                      (a) fire department vehicles[,];
                      (b) police vehicles[,];
                      (c) ambulances[,]; and
                      (d) other publicly or privately owned vehicles as designated by the commissioner of the
                  Department of Public Safety.
                      (4) (a) "Bicycle" means every device:
                      (i) propelled by human power;
                      (ii) upon which [any] a person may ride[,]; and
                      (iii) having two tandem wheels[, except scooters and similar devices].
                      (b) "Bicycle" does not include scooters and similar devices.
                      (5) (a) "Bus" means [every] a motor vehicle:
                      (i) designed for carrying more than 15 passengers and used for the transportation of
                  persons; [and every motor vehicle, other than a taxicab,] or
                      (ii) designed and used for the transportation of persons for compensation.
                      (b) "Bus" does not include a taxicab.
                      (6) (a) "Circular intersection" means an intersection that has an island, generally circular
                  in design, located in the center of the intersection where traffic passes to the right of the island.
                      (b) "Circular intersection" includes:
                      (i) roundabouts;
                      (ii) rotaries; and
                      (iii) traffic circles.


                      (7) "Commissioner" means the commissioner of the Department of Public Safety.
                      [(6)] (8) "Controlled-access highway" means [every] a highway, street, or roadway:
                      (a) designed primarily for through traffic; and
                      (b) to or from which owners or occupants of abutting lands and other persons have no
                  legal right of access, except at points as determined by the [public] highway authority having
                  jurisdiction over the highway, street, or roadway.
                      [(7)] (9) "Crosswalk" means:
                      (a) that part of a roadway at an intersection included within the connections of the lateral
                  lines of the sidewalks on opposite sides of the highway measured from:
                      (i) (A) the curbs; or[,]
                      (B) in the absence of curbs, from the edges of the traversable roadway; and
                      (ii) in the absence of a sidewalk on one side of the roadway, that part of a roadway
                  included within the extension of the lateral lines of the existing sidewalk at right angles to the
                  centerline; or
                      (b) any portion of a roadway at an intersection or elsewhere distinctly indicated for
                  pedestrian crossing by lines or other markings on the surface.
                      [(8)] (10) "Department" means the Department of Public Safety.
                      [(9)] (11) "Divided highway" means a highway divided into two or more roadways by:
                      (a) an unpaved intervening space [or by];
                      (b) a physical barrier; or [by]
                      (c) a clearly indicated dividing section constructed to impede vehicular traffic.
                      [(10)] (12) "Electric assisted bicycle" means a moped:
                      (a) with an electric motor with a power output of not more than 1,000 watts[,]; and
                      (b) which is not capable of:
                      (i) propelling the device at a speed of more than 20 miles per hour on level ground[,];
                  and [which is not capable of]
                      (ii) increasing the speed of the device when human power is used to propel the device at
                  more than 20 miles per hour.


                      [(11)] (13) "Explosives" means any chemical compound or mechanical mixture
                  commonly used or intended for the purpose of producing an explosion and which contains any
                  oxidizing and combustive units or other ingredients in proportions, quantities, or packing so that
                  an ignition by fire, friction, concussion, percussion, or detonator of any part of the compound or
                  mixture may cause a sudden generation of highly heated gases, and the resultant gaseous
                  pressures are capable of producing destructive effects on contiguous objects or of causing death
                  or serious bodily injury.
                      [(12)] (14) "Farm tractor" means [every] a motor vehicle designed and used primarily as
                  a farm implement, for drawing plows, mowing machines, and other implements of husbandry.
                      [(13)] (15) "Flammable liquid" means [any] a liquid which has a flashpoint of 100
                  degrees F. or less, as determined by a [tabliabue] tagliabue or equivalent closed-cup test device.
                      (16) "Freeway" means a controlled-access highway that is part of the interstate system as
                  defined in Section 72-1-102 .
                      (17) "Gore area" means the area delineated by two solid white lines that is between a
                  continuing lane of a through roadway and a lane used to enter or exit the continuing lane
                  including similar areas between merging or splitting highways.
                      [(14)] (18) "Gross weight" means the weight of a vehicle without a load plus the weight
                  of any load on the vehicle.
                      [(15)] (19) "Highway" means the entire width between property lines of every way or
                  place of any nature when any part of it is open to the use of the public as a matter of right for
                  vehicular travel.
                      (20) "Highway authority" has the same meaning as defined in Section 72-1-102 .
                      [(16)] (21) (a) "Intersection" means the area embraced within the prolongation or
                  connection of the lateral curblines, or, if none, then the lateral boundary lines of the roadways of
                  two or more highways which join one another.
                      [(a)] (b) Where a highway includes two roadways 30 feet or more apart[,]:
                      (i) every crossing of each roadway of the divided highway by an intersecting highway is
                  a separate intersection; and


                      (ii) if the intersecting highway also includes two roadways 30 feet or more apart, then
                  every crossing of two roadways of the highways is a separate intersection.
                      [(b) The] (c) "Intersection" does not include the junction of an alley with a street or
                  highway [is not an intersection].
                      (22) "Island" means an area between traffic lanes or at an intersection for control of
                  vehicle movements or for pedestrian refuge designated by:
                      (a) pavement markings, which may include an area designated by two solid yellow lines
                  surrounding the perimeter of the area;
                      (b) channelizing devices;
                      (c) curbs;
                      (d) pavement edges; or
                      (e) other devices.
                      (23) "Law enforcement agency" has the same meaning as defined in Section 53-1-102 .
                      (24) "Limited access highway" means a highway:
                      (a) that is designated specifically for through traffic; and
                      (b) over, from, or to which neither owners nor occupants of abutting lands nor other
                  persons have any right or easement, or have only a limited right or easement of access, light, air,
                  or view.
                      [(17)] (25) "Local [authorities] highway authority" means [every] the legislative,
                  executive, or governing body of a county, municipal, [and] or other local board or body having
                  authority to enact laws relating to traffic under the constitution and laws of the state.
                      [(18)] (26) (a) "Low-speed vehicle" means a four wheeled electric motor vehicle that:
                      (i) is designed to be operated at speeds of not more than 25 miles per hour; and [that]
                      (ii) has a capacity of not more than four passengers, including the driver.
                      (b) "Low-speed vehicle" does not include a golfcart or an off-highway vehicle.
                      [(19)] (27) "Metal tire" means a tire, the surface of which in contact with the highway is
                  wholly or partly of metal or other hard nonresilient material.
                      [(20)] (28) "Mobile home" means:


                      (a) a trailer or semitrailer which is:
                      (i) designed, constructed, and equipped as a dwelling place, living abode, or sleeping
                  place either permanently or temporarily[,]; and [is]
                      (ii) equipped for use as a conveyance on streets and highways; or
                      (b) a trailer or a semitrailer whose chassis and exterior shell is designed and constructed
                  for use as a mobile home, as defined in Subsection [(20)] (28)(a), but which is instead used
                  permanently or temporarily for:
                      (i) the advertising, [sales] sale, display, or promotion of merchandise or services[,]; or
                  [for]
                      (ii) any other commercial purpose except the transportation of property for hire or the
                  transportation of property for distribution by a private carrier.
                      [(21)] (29) (a) "Moped" means a motor-driven cycle having [both]:
                      (i) pedals to permit propulsion by human power[,]; and
                      (ii) a motor which:
                      (A) produces not more than two brake horsepower; and [which]
                      (B) is not capable of propelling the cycle at a speed in excess of 30 miles per hour on
                  level ground.
                      (b) If an internal combustion engine is used, the displacement may not exceed 50 cubic
                  centimeters and the moped shall have a power drive system that functions directly or
                  automatically without clutching or shifting by the operator after the drive system is engaged. [A
                  moped]
                      (c) "Moped" includes an electric assisted bicycle and a motor assisted scooter.
                      [(22)] (30) "Motor assisted scooter" means a self-propelled device with:
                      (a) at least two wheels in contact with the ground[,];
                      (b) a braking system capable of stopping the unit under typical operating conditions[,];
                      (c) a gas or electric motor not exceeding 40 cubic centimeters[,];
                      (d) a deck design for a person to stand while operating the device[,]; and
                      (e) the ability to be propelled by human power alone.


                      [(23)] (31) (a) "Motor vehicle" means [every] a vehicle which is self-propelled and every
                  vehicle which is propelled by electric power obtained from overhead trolley wires, but not
                  operated upon rails[, except].
                      (b) "Motor vehicle" does not include vehicles moved solely by human power and
                  motorized wheel chairs.
                      [(24)] (32) "Motorcycle" means [every] a motor vehicle, other than a tractor, having a
                  seat or saddle for the use of the rider and designed to travel with not more than three wheels in
                  contact with the ground.
                      [(25)] (33) "Motor-driven cycle" means every motorcycle [and], motor scooter, personal
                  motorized mobility device, moped, electric assisted bicycle, motor assisted scooter, and every
                  motorized bicycle having:
                      (a) an engine with less than 150 cubic centimeters displacement; or [having]
                      (b) a motor which produces not more than five horsepower.
                      [(26) "Official traffic-control devices" means all signs, signals, markings, and devices
                  not inconsistent with this chapter placed or erected by authority of a public body or official
                  having jurisdiction, for the purpose of regulating, warning, or guiding traffic.]
                      [(27)] (34) "Off-highway implement of husbandry" [is used] has the same meaning as
                  defined under Section 41-22-2 .
                      [(28)] (35) "Off-highway vehicle" [is used] has the same meaning as defined under
                  Section 41-22-2 .
                      [(29)] (36) "Operator" means [any] a person who is in actual physical control of a
                  vehicle.
                      [(30)] (37) (a) "Park" or "parking" means the standing of a vehicle, whether occupied or
                  not[, otherwise than].
                      (b) "Park" or "parking" does not include the standing of a vehicle temporarily for the
                  purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading property or passengers.
                      [(31)] (38) "Peace officer" means [any] a peace officer authorized under Title 53,
                  Chapter 13, Peace Officer Classifications, to direct or regulate traffic or to make arrests for


                  violations of traffic laws.
                      [(32)] (39) "Pedestrian" means [any] a person [afoot.] traveling:
                      (a) on foot; or
                      (b) in a wheelchair.
                      (40) "Pedestrian traffic-control signal" means a traffic-control signal used to regulate
                  pedestrians.
                      [(33)] (41) "Person" means every natural person, firm, copartnership, association, or
                  corporation.
                      [(34)] (42) (a) "Personal motorized mobility device" means a self-propelled device with:
                      (i) two nontandem wheels in contact with the ground[,];
                      (ii) a system capable of steering and stopping the unit under typical operating
                  conditions[,];
                      (iii) a motor not exceeding one horse power or 750 watts[,]; and
                      (iv) a deck design for a person to stand while operating the device. [A "personal]
                      (b) "Personal motorized mobility device" does not include a wheelchair.
                      [(35)] (43) "Pole trailer" means every vehicle without motive power:
                      (a) designed to be drawn by another vehicle and attached to the towing vehicle by means
                  of a reach, or pole, or by being boomed or otherwise secured to the towing vehicle[,]; and
                      (b) that is ordinarily used for transporting long or irregular shaped loads [such as]
                  including poles, pipes, or structural members generally capable of sustaining themselves as
                  beams between the supporting connections.
                      [(36)] (44) "Private road or driveway" means every way or place in private ownership
                  and used for vehicular travel by the owner and those having express or implied permission from
                  the owner, but not by other persons.
                      [(37)] (45) "Railroad" means a carrier of persons or property upon cars operated [upon]
                  on stationary rails.
                      [(38)] (46) "Railroad sign or signal" means a sign, signal, or device erected by authority
                  of a public body or official or by a railroad and intended to give notice of the presence of railroad


                  tracks or the approach of a railroad train.
                      [(39)] (47) "Railroad train" means a locomotive propelled by any form of energy,
                  coupled with or operated without cars, and operated upon rails.
                      [(40)] (48) "Right-of-way" means the right of one vehicle or pedestrian to proceed in a
                  lawful manner in preference to another vehicle or pedestrian approaching under circumstances of
                  direction, speed, and proximity which give rise to danger of collision unless one grants
                  precedence to the other.
                      [(41)] (49) (a) "Roadway" means that portion of highway improved, designed, or
                  ordinarily used for vehicular travel[, exclusive of].
                      (b) "Roadway" does not include the sidewalk, berm, or shoulder, even though any of
                  them are used by persons riding bicycles or other human-powered vehicles.
                      (c) [If a highway includes two or more separate roadways, roadway] "Roadway" refers to
                  any roadway separately but not to all roadways collectively, if a highway includes two or more
                  separate roadways.
                      [(42)] (50) "Safety zone" means the area or space officially set apart within a roadway for
                  the exclusive use of pedestrians and which is protected, marked, or indicated by adequate signs
                  as to be plainly visible at all times while set apart as a safety zone.
                      [(43)] (51) (a) "School bus" means [every] a motor vehicle that:
                      (i) complies with the color and identification requirements of the most recent edition of
                  "Minimum Standards for School Buses"; and
                      (ii) is used to transport school children to or from school or school activities. [This
                  definition]
                      (b) "School bus" does not include [vehicles] a vehicle operated by a common [carriers]
                  carrier in transportation of school children to or from school or school activities.
                      [(44)] (52) (a) "Semitrailer" means a vehicle with or without motive power[, other than a
                  pole trailer,]:
                      (i) designed for carrying persons or property and for being drawn by a motor vehicle[,];
                  and


                      (ii) constructed so that some part of its weight and that of its load rests [upon] on or is
                  carried by another vehicle.
                      (b) "Semitrailer" does not include a pole trailer.
                      [(45)] (53) "Shoulder area" means:
                      (a) that area of the hard-surfaced highway separated from the roadway by a pavement
                  edge line as established in the current approved "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices[,]";
                  or
                      (b) that portion of the road contiguous to the roadway for accommodation of stopped
                  vehicles, for emergency use, and lateral support.
                      [(46)] (54) "Sidewalk" means that portion of a street between the curb lines, or the lateral
                  lines of a roadway, and the adjacent property lines intended for the use of pedestrians.
                      [(47)] (55) "Solid rubber tire" means [every] a tire of rubber or other resilient material
                  which does not depend [upon] on compressed air for the support of the load.
                      [(48)] (56) "Stand" or "standing" means the temporary halting of a vehicle, whether
                  occupied or not, [other than temporarily] for the purpose of and while actually engaged in
                  receiving or discharging passengers.
                      [(49)] (57) "Stop" when required means complete cessation from movement.
                      [(50)] (58) "Stop" or "stopping" when prohibited means any halting even momentarily of
                  a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except when:
                      (a) necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic; or [when]
                      (b) in compliance with the directions of a peace officer or [official] traffic-control device.
                      [(51)] (59) "Traffic" means pedestrians, ridden or herded animals, vehicles, and other
                  conveyances either singly or together while using any highway for the purpose of travel.
                      (60) "Traffic-control device" means a sign, signal, marking, or device not inconsistent
                  with this chapter placed or erected by a highway authority for the purpose of regulating, warning,
                  or guiding traffic.
                      [(52)] (61) "Traffic-control signal" means [any] a device, whether manually, electrically,
                  or mechanically operated, by which traffic is alternately directed to stop and permitted to


                  proceed.
                      (62) "Traffic signal preemption device" means an instrument or mechanism designed,
                  intended, or used to interfere with the operation or cycle of a traffic-control signal.
                      [(53)] (63) (a) "Trailer" means [every] a vehicle with or without motive power[, other
                  than a pole trailer,] designed for carrying persons or property and for being drawn by a motor
                  vehicle and constructed so that no part of its weight rests upon the towing vehicle.
                      (b) "Trailer" does not include a pole trailer.
                      [(54)] (64) "Truck" means [every] a motor vehicle designed, used, or maintained
                  primarily for the transportation of property.
                      [(55)] (65) "Truck tractor" means a motor vehicle:
                      (a) designed and used primarily for drawing other vehicles; and
                      (b) constructed to carry a part of the weight of the vehicle and load drawn by the truck
                  tractor.
                      (66) "Two-way left turn lane" means a lane:
                      (a) provided for vehicle operators making left turns in either direction;
                      (b) that is not used for passing, overtaking, or through travel; and
                      (c) that has been indicated by a lane traffic-control device which may include lane
                  markings.
                      [(56)] (67) "Urban district" means the territory contiguous to and including any street, in
                  which structures devoted to business, industry, or dwelling houses are situated at intervals of less
                  than 100 feet, for a distance of a quarter of a mile or more.
                      [(57)] (68) "Vehicle" means [every] a device in, [upon]on, or by which [any] a person or
                  property is or may be transported or drawn [upon] on a highway, except devices used exclusively
                  [upon] on stationary rails or tracks.
                      Section 21. Section 41-6a-201 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-11 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                 
Part 2. Applicability and Obedience to Traffic Laws

                       [41-6-11].     41-6a-201. Chapter relates to vehicles on highways -- Exceptions.


                      The provisions of this chapter relating to the operation of vehicles refer exclusively to the
                  operation of vehicles upon highways, except:
                      (1) [where] when a different place is specifically [referred to in a given section]
                  identified; or
                      (2) under the provisions of Section [ 41-6-13.5 and Sections 41-6-29 to 41-6-45
                  inclusive] 41-6a-210 , Part 4, Accident Responsibilities, and Part 5, Driving Under the Influence
                  and Reckless Driving, which apply upon highways and elsewhere throughout the state.
                      Section 22. Section 41-6a-202 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-12 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-12].     41-6a-202. Violations of chapter -- Penalties.
                      (1) A violation of any provision of this chapter is a class C misdemeanor, unless
                  otherwise provided.
                      (2) A violation of any provision of [Articles] Parts 2, 11, [15, and] 17, and 18 of this
                  chapter is an infraction, unless otherwise provided.
                      Section 23. Section 41-6a-203 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-164.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-164.5].     41-6a-203. Violation of chapter.
                      (1) [Every] A person who commits, attempts to commit, conspires to commit, or aids or
                  abets in the commission of, [any] an act [declared in] that is a crime under this chapter [to be a
                  crime], whether individually or in connection with one or more other persons or as a principal,
                  agent, or accessory, [shall be] is guilty of [such] the offense[, and every].
                      (2) A person who falsely, fraudulently, forcibly, or willfully induces, causes, coerces,
                  requires, permits, or directs another to violate [any] a provision of this chapter is [likewise] guilty
                  of [such] the offense.
                      Section 24. Section 41-6a-204 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-165 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-165].     41-6a-204. Requiring or knowingly permitting driver to unlawfully
                  operate vehicle.


                      [It is unlawful for the owner, or any other] A person[,] employing or otherwise directing
                  the [driver] operator of [any] a vehicle [to] may not require or knowingly [to] permit the
                  operation of [such] the vehicle [upon] on a highway in [any] a manner contrary to law.
                      Section 25. Section 41-6a-205 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-165.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-165.5].     41-6a-205. Government-owned vehicles subject to chapter.
                      [The] Except as specifically exempted, the provisions of this chapter applicable to
                  [drivers of vehicles upon] an operator of a vehicle on the [highways shall] highway apply to [the
                  drivers of all vehicles] an operator of a vehicle owned or operated by the United States, this state
                  or any county, city, town, district or any other political subdivision of the state[, subject to such
                  specific exceptions as are set forth in this chapter].
                      Section 26. Section 41-6a-206 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-175.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-175.5].     41-6a-206. Conflict with Federal Motor Carrier Safety
                  Regulations.
                      [Whenever the rules] Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations supercede any conflicting
                  provisions of this chapter[, as they pertain] pertaining to commercial motor carriers [are found to
                  be in conflict with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, the Federal Motor Carrier
                  Safety Regulations will apply].
                      Section 27. Section 41-6a-207 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-16 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-16].     41-6a-207. Uniform application of chapter -- Effect of local
                  ordinances.
                      (1) The provisions of this chapter are applicable [and uniform] throughout this state and
                  in all of its political subdivisions and municipalities.
                      (2) A local highway authority may not enact or enforce any rule or ordinance in conflict
                  with the provisions of this chapter. [Local authorities]
                      (3) A local highway authority may[, however,] adopt:


                      (a) ordinances consistent with this chapter[,]; and
                      (b) additional traffic ordinances [which are] not in conflict with this chapter.
                      Section 28. Section 41-6a-208 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-17 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-17].     41-6a-208. Regulatory powers of local highway authorities --
                  Traffic-control device affecting state highway -- Necessity of erecting traffic-control
                  devices.
                      (1) The provisions of this chapter do not prevent a local [authorities, with respect to
                  highways under their] highway authority for a highway under its jurisdiction and within the
                  reasonable exercise of police power, from:
                      (a) regulating or prohibiting stopping, standing, or parking;
                      (b) regulating traffic by means of a peace [officers] officer or [official] a traffic-control
                  [devices] device;
                      (c) regulating or prohibiting processions or assemblages on [the highways] a highway;
                      (d) designating particular highways or roadways for use by traffic moving in one
                  direction under Section [ 41-6-60 ] 41-6a-709;
                      (e) establishing speed limits for vehicles in public parks, which supersede Section
                  [ 41-6-48 ] 41-6a-603 regarding speed limits;
                      (f) designating any highway as a through highway or designating any intersection or
                  junction of roadways as a stop or yield intersection or junction;
                      (g) restricting the use of [highways] a highway under Section 72-7-408 ;
                      (h) regulating the operation of [bicycles] a bicycle and requiring the registration and
                  inspection of [them] bicycles, including requiring a registration fee;
                      (i) regulating or prohibiting [the turning of vehicles or]:
                      (i) certain turn movements of a vehicle; or
                      (ii) specified types of vehicles;
                      (j) altering or establishing speed limits under Section [ 41-6-48 ] 41-6a-603 ;
                      (k) requiring written accident reports under Section [ 41-6-42 ] 41-6a-403 ;


                      (l) designating no-passing zones under Section [ 41-6-59 ] 41-6a-708 ;
                      (m) prohibiting or regulating the use of controlled-access roadways by any class or kind
                  of traffic under Section [ 41-6-65 ] 41-6a-715 ;
                      (n) prohibiting or regulating the use of heavily traveled streets by any class or kind of
                  traffic found to be incompatible with the normal and safe movement of traffic;
                      (o) establishing minimum speed limits under Subsection [ 41-6-49 ] 41-6a-605 (3);
                      [(p) designating and regulating traffic on play streets;]
                      [(q)] (p) prohibiting pedestrians from crossing a highway in a business district or any
                  designated highway except in a crosswalk under Section [ 41-6-77 ] 41-6a-1001 ;
                      [(r)] (q) restricting pedestrian crossings at unmarked crosswalks under Section
                  [ 41-6-82.10 ] 41-6a-1010 ;
                      [(s) regulating persons propelling push carts;]
                      [(t)] (r) regulating persons upon skates, coasters, sleds, skateboards, and other toy
                  vehicles;
                      [(u)] (s) adopting and enforcing temporary or experimental ordinances as necessary to
                  cover emergencies or special conditions;
                      [(v)] (t) prohibiting drivers of ambulances from exceeding maximum speed limits; or
                      [(w)] (u) adopting other traffic ordinances as specifically authorized by this chapter.
                      (2) [A] In accordance with Title 72, Chapter 3, Part 1, Highways in General, a local
                  highway authority may not erect or maintain any official traffic-control device at any location
                  which [requires the traffic on any state highway to stop before entering or crossing any
                  intersecting highway unless approval in writing has first been obtained from the Department of
                  Transportation] regulates the traffic on a highway not under the local highway authority's
                  jurisdiction, unless written approval is obtained from the highway authority having jurisdiction
                  over the highway.
                      (3) An ordinance enacted under Subsection (1) (d), (e), (f), (g), (i), (j), (l), (m), (n), [(p),]
                  or [(r)] (q) is not effective until official traffic-control devices giving notice of the local traffic
                  ordinances are erected upon or at the entrances to the highway or part of it affected as is


                  appropriate.
                      Section 29. Section 41-6a-209 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-13 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-13].     41-6a-209. Obedience to peace officer or other traffic controllers --
                  Speeding in construction zones.
                      (1) A person may not willfully fail or willfully refuse to comply with any lawful order or
                  direction of [any] a:
                      (a) peace officer[, fireman,];
                      (b) firefighter;
                      (c) flagger at a highway construction or maintenance site[,] using devices and procedures
                  conforming to the standards adopted under Section 41-6a-301 ; or
                      (d) uniformed adult school crossing guard invested by law with authority to direct,
                  control, or regulate traffic.
                      [(2) When flaggers at highway construction or maintenance sites are directing traffic,
                  they shall use devices and procedures conforming to the standards adopted under Section
                  41-6-20 .]
                      [(3)] (2) (a) [A vehicle operator who] If a person commits a speeding violation in a
                  highway construction or maintenance site where workers are present [shall have a fine imposed
                  by], the court shall impose a fine for the offense that is at least double the fine in the uniform
                  recommended fine schedule established under Section 76-3-301.5 [for the offense].
                      (b) The highway construction or maintenance site under Subsection [(3)] (2)(a) shall be
                  clearly marked and have signs posted that warn of the doubled fine.
                      Section 30. Section 41-6a-210 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-13.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-13.5].     41-6a-210. Failure to respond to officer's signal to stop -- Fleeing --
                  Causing property damage or bodily injury -- Suspension of driver's license -- Forfeiture of
                  vehicle -- Penalties.
                      (1) (a) An operator who receives a visual or audible signal from a peace officer to bring


                  the vehicle to a stop may not:
                      (i) operate the vehicle in willful or wanton disregard of the signal so as to interfere with
                  or endanger the operation of any vehicle or person; or
                      (ii) attempt to flee or elude a peace officer by vehicle or other means.
                      (b) (i) A person who violates Subsection (1)(a) is guilty of a felony of the third degree.
                      (ii) The court shall, as part of any sentence under this Subsection (1), impose a fine of
                  not less than $1,000.
                      (2) (a) An operator who violates Subsection (1) and while so doing causes death or
                  serious bodily injury to another person, under circumstances not amounting to murder or
                  aggravated murder, is guilty of a felony of the second degree.
                      (b) The court shall, as part of any sentence under this Subsection (2), impose a fine of not
                  less than $5,000.
                      (3) (a) In addition to the penalty provided under this section or any other section, a
                  person who violates Subsection (1)(a) or (2)(a) shall have the person's driver license revoked
                  under Subsection 53-3-220 (1)(a)(ix) for a period of one year.
                      (b) (i) The court shall forward the report of the conviction to the division.
                      (ii) If the person is the holder of a driver license from another jurisdiction, [the court
                  shall notify the division and] the division shall notify the appropriate officials in the licensing
                  state.
                      Section 31. Section 41-6a-211 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-13.7 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-13.7].     41-6a-211. Vehicle subject to forfeiture -- Seizure -- Procedure.
                      (1) Any conveyance, including [vehicles] a vehicle, aircraft, water craft, or other vessel
                  used in violation of Section [ 41-6-13.5 shall be] 41-6a-210 , is subject to forfeiture [pursuant to]
                  under the procedures and substantive protections established in Title 24, Chapter 1, Utah
                  Uniform Forfeiture Procedures Act.
                      (2) Property subject to forfeiture under this section may be seized by [any] a peace
                  officer [of this state]:


                      (a) upon notice and service of process issued by [any] a court having jurisdiction over the
                  property[. However, seizure]; or
                      (b) without notice and service of process [may be made when] if:
                      [(a)] (i) the seizure is incident to an arrest under a search warrant or an inspection under
                  an administrative inspection warrant;
                      [(b)] (ii) the property subject to seizure has been the subject of a prior judgment in favor
                  of the state in a criminal injunction or forfeiture proceeding under this section; or
                      [(c)] (iii) the peace officer has probable cause to believe that the property has been used
                  in violation of the provisions of Section [ 41-6-13.5 ] 41-6a-210 .
                      (3) (a) Property taken or detained under this section is not repleviable but is in custody of
                  the law enforcement agency making the seizure, subject only to the orders and decrees of the
                  court or the official having jurisdiction.
                      (b) When property is seized under this section, the appropriate person or agency may:
                      [(a)] (i) place the property under seal;
                      [(b)] (ii) remove the property to a place designated by the warrant under which it was
                  seized; or
                      [(c)] (iii) take custody of the property and remove it to an appropriate location for
                  disposition in accordance with law.
                      Section 32. Section 41-6a-212 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-14 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-14].     41-6a-212. Emergency vehicles -- Policy regarding vehicle pursuits --
                  Applicability of traffic law to highway work vehicles -- Exemptions.
                      (1) Subject to Subsections (2) through (5), the operator of an authorized emergency
                  vehicle may exercise the privileges granted under this section when:
                      (a) responding to an emergency call;
                      (b) in the pursuit of an actual or suspected violator of the law; or
                      (c) responding to but not upon returning from a fire alarm.
                      (2) The operator of an authorized emergency vehicle may:


                      (a) park or stand, irrespective of the provisions of this chapter;
                      (b) proceed past a red or stop signal or stop sign, but only after slowing down as may be
                  necessary for safe operation;
                      (c) exceed the maximum speed limits, unless prohibited by a local highway authority
                  under Section 41-6a-208 ; or
                      (d) disregard regulations governing direction of movement or turning in specified
                  directions.
                      (3) Privileges granted under this section to the operator of an authorized emergency
                  vehicle, who is not involved in a vehicle pursuit, apply only when:
                      (a) the operator of the vehicle sounds an audible signal under Section [ 41-6-146 ]
                  41-6a-1625 ; or
                      (b) uses a visual signal [as defined] with emergency lights in accordance with rules made
                  under Section [ 41-6-132 ] 41-6a-1601 , which is visible from in front of the vehicle.
                      (4) Privileges granted under this section to the operator of an authorized emergency
                  vehicle involved in any vehicle pursuit apply only when:
                      (a) the operator of the vehicle:
                      (i) sounds an audible signal under Section [ 41-6-146 ] 41-6a-1625 ; and
                      (ii) uses a visual signal [as defined] with emergency lights in accordance with rules made
                  under Section [ 41-6-132 ] 41-6a-1601 , which is visible from in front of the vehicle;
                      (b) the public agency employing the operator of the vehicle has, in effect, a written policy
                  which describes the manner and circumstances in which any vehicle pursuit should be conducted
                  and terminated;
                      (c) the operator of the vehicle has been trained in accordance with the written policy
                  described in Subsection (4)(b); and
                      (d) the pursuit policy of the public agency is in conformance with standards established
                  [by] under Subsection (5).
                      (5) In accordance with Title 63, Chapter 46a, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, the
                  Department of Public Safety[, Division of Peace Officer Standards and Training, which] shall


                  [adopt ] make rules providing minimum standards [that shall be incorporated into] for all
                  emergency pursuit policies that are adopted by public agencies authorized to operate emergency
                  pursuit vehicles.
                      [(5)] (6) The privileges granted under this section do not relieve the operator of an
                  authorized emergency vehicle of the duty to act as a reasonably prudent emergency vehicle
                  operator in like circumstances.
                      [(6)] (7) Except for Sections [ 41-6-13.5 , 41-6-44 , and 41-6-45 ] 41-6a-210 , 41-6a-502 ,
                  and 41-6a-528 , this chapter does not apply to persons, motor vehicles, and other equipment while
                  actually engaged in work [upon] on the surface of a highway. [However, the entire chapter
                  applies to those persons and vehicles when traveling to or from the work.]
                      Section 33. Section 41-6a-213 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-15 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-15].     41-6a-213. Persons riding or driving animals subject to chapter --
                  Exceptions.
                      [A] (1) Except as provided under Subsection (2), a person who is riding an animal or
                  who is driving [any] an animal-drawn vehicle [upon] on a roadway is subject to this chapter[,
                  except the penalties regarding operator licenses specified under the].
                      (2) Driver license sanctions for alcohol or drug related traffic offenses do not apply to a
                  person specified under Subsection (1).
                      Section 34. Section 41-6a-214 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-17.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-17.5].     41-6a-214. Quasi-public roads and parking areas -- Local ordinances.
                      (1) As used in this section, "quasi-public road or parking area" means a privately owned
                  and maintained road or parking area that is generally held open for use of the public for purposes
                  of vehicular travel or parking.
                      (2) (a) Any municipality or county may by ordinance provide that a quasi-public road or
                  parking area within the [city] municipality or county is subject to this chapter.
                      (b) An ordinance may not be enacted under this section without:


                      (i) a public hearing; and
                      (ii) the agreement of a majority of the owners of the quasi-public road or parking area
                  involved.
                      (3) [The department is not required under this] This section:
                      (a) supercedes conflicting provisions under Section 41-6a-215 ;
                      (b) does not require a peace officer to patrol or enforce any provisions of this chapter on
                  any quasi-public road or parking area[, but is required]; or
                      (c) does not affect the duty of a peace officer to enforce those provisions of this chapter
                  applicable to private property other than under this section.
                      Section 35. Section 41-6a-215 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-18 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-18].     41-6a-215. Right of real property owner to regulate traffic.
                      [This] Except as provided under Section 41-6a-214 , this chapter does not prevent the
                  owner of real property used by the public for purposes of vehicular travel by permission of the
                  owner and not as matter of right from:
                      (1) prohibiting the use[, or from];
                      (2) requiring other [or different or additional] conditions [other than those] not specified
                  in this chapter[,]; or
                      (3) otherwise regulating the use as preferred by the owner[, except as may be required
                  under Section 41-6-17.5 ].
                      Section 36. Section 41-6a-216 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-19 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-19].     41-6a-216. Removal of plants or other obstructions impairing view --
                  Notice to owner -- Penalty.
                      (1) The owner of real property shall remove from his property any tree, plant, shrub, or
                  other obstruction, or part of it[, which,] that constitutes a traffic hazard by obstructing the view of
                  [any] an operator[, constitutes a traffic hazard] of a vehicle on a highway.
                      (2) When [the Department of Transportation or any local] a highway authority


                  determines [upon] on the basis of an engineering and traffic investigation that a traffic hazard
                  exists, it shall notify the owner and order that the hazard be removed within ten days.
                      (3) The failure of the owner to remove the traffic hazard within ten days is a class C
                  misdemeanor.
                      Section 37. Section 41-6a-217 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-19.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-19.5].     41-6a-217. Volunteers may be authorized to enforce certain parking
                  provisions.
                      (1) Any law enforcement agency authorized to enforce parking laws in this state may
                  appoint volunteers to issue citations for violations of:
                      (a) the provisions of Subsections 41-1a-414 (3) and (4) related to parking for a person
                  with a disability;
                      (b) any municipal or county accessible parking privileges ordinance for a person with a
                  disability; or
                      (c) the provisions of Subsection [ 41-6-103.5 ] 41-6a-1307 (4) related to parking in a
                  school bus parking zone.
                      (2) A volunteer appointed under this section must be at least 21 years of age.
                      (3) The law enforcement agency appointing a volunteer may establish any other
                  qualification for the volunteer that the agency finds desirable.
                      (4) A volunteer may not issue citations until the volunteer has received training from the
                  appointing law enforcement agency.
                      (5) A citation issued by a volunteer under this section has the same force and effect as a
                  citation issued by a peace officer for the same offense.
                      Section 38. Section 41-6a-301 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-20 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                 
Part 3. Traffic-control Devices

                       [41-6-20].     41-6a-301. Standards and specifications for uniform system of
                  traffic-control devices and school crossing guards.


                      (1) In accordance with Title 63, Chapter 46a, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, the
                  Department of Transportation shall make rules[: (a)] consistent with this chapter adopting
                  standards and establishing specifications for a uniform system of traffic-control devices used on a
                  highway[; and].
                      [(b) adopting standards and establishing specifications for a uniform system of
                  traffic-control devices, school crossing zones, and use of school crossing guards, which shall
                  supplement the standards adopted under Subsection (1)(a).]
                      (2) The standards and specifications adopted under Subsection (1)[(a)] shall:
                      (a) include provisions for school crossing zones and use of school crossing guards; and
                      (b) correlate with, and where possible conform to, the system set forth in the most recent
                  edition of the "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways" and other
                  standards issued or endorsed by the federal highway administrator.
                      Section 39. Section 41-6a-302 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-21 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-21].     41-6a-302. Placing and maintenance on state highways -- Restrictions
                  on local authorities.
                      [(1) The Department of Transportation] In accordance with Section 72-3-109 , a highway
                  authority shall place and maintain traffic-control devices:
                      (1) in conformance with [its manual and] the standards and specifications [upon] adopted
                  under Section 41-6a-301 on all [state] highways under the highway authority's jurisdiction; and
                      (2) as [it] the highway authority finds necessary [to indicate and] to:
                      (a) carry out the provisions of:
                      (i) this chapter; or [to]
                      (ii) a local traffic ordinance if the highway authority is a local highway authority; or
                      (b) regulate, warn, or guide traffic.
                      [(2) A local authority may not place or maintain any traffic-control device upon any
                  highway under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation except by the latter's
                  permission.]


                      Section 40. Section 41-6a-303 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-20.1 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-20.1].     41-6a-303. Definition of reduced speed school zone -- Operation of
                  warning lights -- School crossing guard requirements -- Responsibility provisions --
                  Rulemaking authority.
                      (1) As used in this section "reduced speed school zone" means a designated length of a
                  highway extending from a school zone speed limit sign [while the] with warning lights [are]
                  operating to an end school zone sign.
                      (2) The Department of Transportation for state highways and local highway authorities
                  for highways under their jurisdiction:
                      (a) shall establish reduced speed school zones at elementary schools after written
                  assurance by a local highway authority that the local highway authority complies with
                  Subsections (3) and (4); and
                      (b) may establish reduced speed school zones for secondary schools at the request of the
                  local highway authority.
                      (3) For all reduced speed school zones on highways, including state highways within the
                  jurisdictional boundaries of a local highway authority, the local highway authority shall:
                      (a) (i) provide shuttle service across highways for school children; or
                      (ii) provide, train, and supervise school crossing guards in accordance with this section;
                      (b) provide for the:
                      (i) operation of reduced speed school zones, including providing power to warning lights
                  and turning on and off the warning lights as required under Subsections (4) and (5); and
                      (ii) maintenance of reduced speed school zones except on state highways as provided in
                  Section [ 41-6-21 ] 41-6a-302 ; and
                      (c) notify the Department of Transportation of reduced speed school zones on state
                  highways that are in need of maintenance.
                      (4) While children are going to or leaving school during opening and closing hours all
                  reduced speed school zones shall have:


                      (a) the warning lights operating on each school zone speed limit sign; and
                      (b) a school crossing guard present if the reduced speed school zone is for an elementary
                  school.
                      (5) The warning lights on a school zone speed limit sign may not be operating except as
                  provided under Subsection (4).
                      (6) In accordance with Title 63, Chapter 46a, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, the
                  Department of Transportation shall make rules establishing criteria and specifications for the:
                      (a) establishment, location, and operation of school crosswalks, school zones, and
                  reduced speed school zones;
                      (b) training, use, and supervision of school crossing guards at elementary schools and
                  secondary schools; and
                      (c) content and implementation of child access routing plans under Section 53A-3-402 .
                      (7) Each local highway authority shall pay for providing, training, and supervising school
                  crossing guards in accordance with this section.
                      Section 41. Section 41-6a-304 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-23 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-23].     41-6a-304. Obeying devices -- Effect of improper position, illegibility,
                  or absence -- Presumption of lawful placement and compliance with chapter.
                      (1) [The] Except as otherwise directed by a peace officer or other authorized personnel
                  under Section 41-6a-209 and except as provided under Section 41-6a-212 for authorized
                  emergency vehicles, the operator of a vehicle shall obey the instructions of any [official]
                  traffic-control device placed or held in accordance with this chapter [unless at the time otherwise
                  directed by a peace officer, and subject to the exceptions granted the operator of an authorized
                  emergency vehicle].
                      (2) (a) Any provision of this chapter, for which [official] a traffic-control [devices are]
                  device is required, may not be enforced [against an alleged violator] if at the time and place of
                  the alleged violation [an official] the traffic-control device is not in proper position and
                  sufficiently legible to be seen by an ordinarily observant person.


                      (b) [When a particular section does not state that official traffic-control devices are
                  required, the section is effective even though no devices are erected or in place.] The provisions
                  of this chapter are effective independently of the placement of a traffic-control device unless the
                  provision requires the placement of a traffic-control device prior to its enforcement.
                      (3) [When official] A traffic-control [devices are] device placed or held in a position
                  approximately conforming to the requirements of this chapter[, the devices are] is presumed to
                  have been placed or held by the official act or direction of a highway authority or other lawful
                  authority, unless the contrary is established by competent evidence.
                      (4) [An official] A traffic-control device placed or held under this chapter and purporting
                  to conform to the lawful requirements [pertaining to that] of the device is presumed to comply
                  with the requirements of this chapter, unless the contrary is established by competent evidence.
                      Section 42. Section 41-6a-305 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-24 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-24].     41-6a-305. Traffic-control signal -- At intersections -- At place other
                  than intersection -- Color of light signal -- Inoperative traffic-control signals.
                      (1) (a) Green, red, and yellow are the only colors that may be used in a traffic-control
                  [signals] signal, except for [special] a:
                      (i) pedestrian [signals] traffic-control signal that may use white and orange; and
                      (ii) rail [vehicles] vehicle that may use white.
                      (b) Traffic-control signals [indicate and] apply to [operators of vehicles and pedestrians]
                  the operator of a vehicle and to a pedestrian as provided in this section.
                      (2) (a) (i) Except as provided in Subsection (2)(a)(ii), the operator of a vehicle facing a
                  circular green signal may:
                      (A) proceed straight through the intersection;
                      (B) turn right; or
                      (C) turn left.
                      (ii) The operator of a vehicle facing a circular green signal, including an operator turning
                  right or left:


                      (A) shall yield the right-of-way to other vehicles and to pedestrians lawfully within the
                  intersection or an adjacent crosswalk at the time the signal is exhibited; and
                      (B) may not turn right or left if a sign at the intersection prohibits the turn.
                      (b) The operator of a vehicle facing a green arrow signal shown alone or in combination
                  with [other] another indication:
                      (i) may cautiously enter the intersection only to make the movement indicated by the
                  arrow or other indication shown at the same time; and
                      (ii) shall yield the right-of-way to pedestrians lawfully within an adjacent crosswalk and
                  to other traffic lawfully using the intersection.
                      (c) Unless otherwise directed by a [pedestrian-control] pedestrian traffic-control signal
                  under Section [ 41-6-25 , pedestrians] 41-6a-306 , a pedestrian facing any green signal other than a
                  green turn arrow may proceed across the roadway within any marked or unmarked crosswalk.
                      (3) (a) The operator of a vehicle facing a steady circular yellow or yellow arrow signal is
                  warned that the allowable movement related to a green signal is being terminated.
                      (b) Unless otherwise directed by a [pedestrian-control] pedestrian traffic-control signal
                  under Section [ 41-6-25 ] 41-6a-306 , a pedestrian facing a steady circular yellow or yellow arrow
                  signal is advised that there is insufficient time to cross the roadway before a red indication is
                  shown, and a pedestrian may not start to cross the roadway.
                      (4) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(c), the operator of a vehicle facing a steady
                  circular red or red arrow signal:
                      (i) may not enter the intersection unless entering the intersection to make a movement is
                  permitted by another indication; and
                      (ii) shall stop at a clearly marked stop line, but if none, before entering the marked or
                  unmarked crosswalk on the near side of the intersection and shall remain stopped until an
                  indication to proceed is shown.
                      (b) Unless otherwise directed by a [pedestrian-control] pedestrian traffic-control signal
                  under Section [ 41-6-25 ] 41-6a-306 , a pedestrian facing a steady red signal alone may not enter
                  the roadway.


                      (c) (i) Except when facing a red arrow signal or when a sign is in place prohibiting a turn,
                  the operator of a vehicle facing any steady circular red signal may cautiously enter the
                  intersection to turn right, or may turn left from a one-way street into a one-way street, after
                  stopping as required by Subsection (4)(a).
                      (ii) The operator of a vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to:
                      (A) [other vehicles] another vehicle moving through the intersection in accordance with
                  an official traffic-control signal; and
                      (B) [pedestrians] a pedestrian lawfully within an adjacent crosswalk.
                      (5) (a) This section applies to a highway or rail line where [an official] a traffic-control
                  signal is erected and maintained [at an intersection or at a place other than an intersection].
                      (b) Any stop required shall be made at a sign or marking on the highway pavement
                  indicating where the stop shall be made, but, in the absence of any sign or marking, the stop shall
                  be made at the signal.
                      (6) The operator of a vehicle approaching an intersection that has an [official]
                  inoperative traffic-control signal [that is inoperative] shall:
                      (a) stop before entering the intersection; and [shall]
                      (b) yield the right-of-way to any vehicle as required under Section [ 41-6-72 ] 41-6a-901 .
                      Section 43. Section 41-6a-306 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-25 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-25].     41-6a-306. Pedestrian traffic-control signals -- Rights and duties.
                      [When special pedestrian-control signals exhibiting the words "Walk" or "Don't Walk" or
                  symbols of "Walking Person" or "Upraised Hand" are in place, the signals indicate:]
                      (1) A pedestrian facing a steady "Walk" or symbol of "Walking Person" [means a
                  pedestrian facing the] of a pedestrian traffic-control signal has the right-of-way and may proceed
                  across the roadway in the direction of the signal.
                      (2) A pedestrian facing a flashing "Don't Walk" or "Upraised Hand" [means a pedestrian]
                  of a pedestrian traffic-control signal may not start to cross the roadway in the direction of the
                  signal, but a pedestrian who has partially completed [his] crossing on the walk signal shall


                  proceed to a sidewalk or safety island [while the "Don't Walk" or "Upraised Hand" signal is
                  showing].
                      (3) A pedestrian facing a steady "Don't Walk" or "Upraised Hand" [means] of a
                  pedestrian traffic-control signal may not enter the roadway in the direction of the signal.
                      Section 44. Section 41-6a-307 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-26 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-26].     41-6a-307. Flashing red or yellow signals -- Rights and duties of
                  operators -- Railroad grade crossings excluded.
                      [(1) When] Except as provided under Section 41-6a-1203 regarding railroad grade
                  crossing, the:
                      (1) operator of a vehicle facing an illuminated flashing red [or yellow] stop signal [is]
                  used in a [traffic] traffic-control signal or with a traffic sign[, vehicular traffic shall obey it as
                  follows: (a) Flashing red stop signal: When a red signal is illuminated by rapid intermittent
                  flashes, operators of vehicles] shall stop at a clearly marked stop line, but if none, before entering
                  the crosswalk on the nearest side of the intersection, or if none, then at a point nearest the
                  intersecting roadway where the operator has a view of approaching traffic on the intersecting
                  roadway before entering[. The];
                      (2) right to proceed is subject to the rules applicable after making a stop at a stop sign[.];
                  and
                      [(b) Flashing yellow caution signal: When a yellow signal is illuminated with rapid
                  intermittent flashes, operators of vehicles may]
                      (3) operator of a vehicle facing an illuminated flashing yellow caution signal may
                  cautiously proceed through the intersection or cautiously proceed past the signal [only with
                  caution].
                      [(2) This section does not apply at railroad grade crossings. Provisions regarding
                  vehicles approaching railroad grade crossings are under Section 41-6-95 .]
                      Section 45. Section 41-6a-308 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-26.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:


                       [41-6-26.5].     41-6a-308. Lane use control signals -- Colors.
                      [When lane use control signals are placed over individual lanes, the signals indicate and
                  apply to operators of vehicles] The operator of a vehicle facing a traffic-control signal placed to
                  control individual lane use shall obey the signal as follows:
                      (1) Green signal -- vehicular traffic may travel in any lane over which a green signal is
                  shown.
                      (2) Steady yellow signal -- vehicular traffic is warned that a lane control change is being
                  made.
                      (3) Steady red signal -- vehicular traffic may not enter or travel in any lane over which a
                  red signal is shown.
                      (4) Flashing yellow signal -- vehicular traffic may use the lane only for the purpose of
                  approaching and making a left turn.
                      Section 46. Section 41-6a-309 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-27 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-27].     41-6a-309. Prohibition of unauthorized signs, signals, lights, or
                  markings -- Commercial advertising -- Public nuisance -- Removal.
                      (1) [A] Except as provided in Section 41-6a-310 , a person may not place, maintain, or
                  display upon or in view of any highway any unauthorized sign, signal, light, marking, or device
                  which:
                      (a) purports to be [or is an imitation of] or which resembles [an official] a traffic-control
                  device or railroad sign or signal, or authorized emergency vehicle flashing light[, or which:];
                      [(a)] (b) attempts to direct the movement of traffic;
                      [(b)] (c) hides from view or interferes with the effectiveness of [any official] a
                  traffic-control device or any railroad sign or signal; or
                      [(c) which is of such brilliant illumination and so positioned as to blind or dazzle]
                      (d) blinds or dazzles an operator on any adjacent highway.
                      (2) [A] Except as provided under Section 72-7-504 regarding logo advertising, a person
                  may not place or maintain [nor may any public authority permit upon any highway any traffic


                  sign or signal bearing on it] any commercial advertising [except for business signs included as
                  part of official motorist service panels approved by the Department of Transportation. This
                  provision does] on any traffic-control device.
                      (3) The provisions of Subsections (1) and (2) do not prohibit [the erection upon] a sign
                  on private property adjacent to [highways of signs giving useful] a highway providing directional
                  information [and of a type] in a manner that may not be mistaken for [official signs] a
                  traffic-control device.
                      [(3)] (4) Every prohibited sign, signal, or light, or marking is [declared to be] a public
                  nuisance and the highway authority having jurisdiction over the [highways] highway may remove
                  it or cause it to be removed without notice.
                      Section 47. Section 41-6a-310 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-1.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-1.5].     41-6a-310. Private vehicle as emergency vehicle -- Rules.
                      (1) The commissioner of the Department of Public Safety may make rules, consistent
                  with this chapter, governing the use, in emergencies, of signal lights on [privately-owned]
                  privately owned vehicles.
                      (2) The rules under Subsection (1) may [include a rule allowing] authorize a
                  [privately-owned vehicles] privately owned vehicle to be designated for part-time emergency use.
                      Section 48. Section 41-6a-311 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-28 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-28].     41-6a-311. Interference with traffic-control devices prohibited --
                  Traffic signal preemption device prohibited -- Exceptions -- Defense.
                      [(1) As used in this section:]
                      [(a) "Highway authority" has the same meaning as provided in Section 72-1-102 .]
                      [(b) "Traffic signal preemption device" means an instrument or mechanism designed,
                  intended, or used to interfere with the operation or cycle of a traffic-control signal.]
                      [(2)] (1) Except as provided in Subsection [(4)] (3), a person may not alter, deface,
                  damage, knock down, or remove any:


                      (a) [official] traffic-control device;
                      (b) [official] traffic-monitoring device; or
                      (c) [official] railroad traffic-control device.
                      [(3)] (2) Except as provided in Subsection [(4)] (3), a person may not:
                      (a) knowingly use a traffic signal preemption device to interfere with the authorized
                  operation or the authorized cycle of a traffic-control signal; or
                      (b) operate a motor vehicle on a highway while in possession of a traffic signal
                  preemption device.
                      [(4)] (3) The provisions of Subsections [(2)] (1) and [(3)] (2) do not apply to a person
                  authorized by the highway authority or railroad authority with jurisdiction over the device.
                      [(5)] (4) It is an affirmative defense to a charge under Subsection [(3)] (2)(b) that the
                  traffic signal preemption device was inoperative and could not be readily used at the time of the
                  citation or arrest.
                      Section 49. Section 41-6a-401 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-31 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                 
Part 4. Accident Responsibilities

                       [41-6-31].     41-6a-401. Accident involving injury, death, or property damage --
                  Duties of operator, occupant, and owner -- Exchange of information -- Notification of law
                  enforcement -- Penalties.
                      (1) The operator of a vehicle involved in an accident resulting in injury to or death of
                  [any] a person or damage to [any] another vehicle or other property[, if] shall:
                      (a) immediately stop the vehicle at the scene of the accident or as close as possible
                  without obstructing traffic more than is necessary; and
                      (b) remain at the scene of the accident until the operator has fulfilled the requirements of
                  this section.
                      (2) If the vehicle or other property is operated, occupied, or attended by any person or if
                  the owner of the vehicle or property is present, the operator of the vehicle involved in the
                  accident shall:


                      (a) give to the persons involved [his] the operator's name, address, and the registration
                  number of the vehicle [he is operating] being operated;
                      (b) upon request and if available, exhibit [his] the operator's license to:
                      (i) any investigating peace officer present;
                      (ii) the person struck;
                      (iii) the operator, occupant of, or person attending the vehicle or other property damaged
                  in the accident; and
                      (iv) the owner of property damaged in the accident, if present; and
                      (c) render to any person injured in the [collision] accident reasonable assistance,
                  including [the] transporting[,] or [the] making [of] arrangements for [the] transporting, of the
                  injured person to a physician[, surgeon,] or hospital for medical [or surgical] treatment if:
                      (i) it is apparent that treatment is necessary; or [if the transporting]
                      (ii) transportation is requested by the injured person.
                      [(2)] (3) The operator of a vehicle involved in [an accident resulting in injury to or death
                  of any person or property damage to an apparent extent of $1,000 or more] an accident shall
                  immediately and by the quickest means of communication available give notice or cause to give
                  notice of the accident to the nearest office of a law enforcement agency[. (3) If] if the accident
                  resulted in:
                      (a) injury or death of any person; or
                      (b) property damage to an apparent extent of $1,000 or more.
                      (4) The occupant of a vehicle involved in an accident who is not the operator of the
                  vehicle shall give or cause to give the immediate notice required under Subsection (3) if:
                      (a) the operator of a vehicle involved in an accident is physically incapable of giving [an
                  immediate] the notice [of an accident as required in Subsections (1) and (2)]; and [there is
                  another]
                      (b) the occupant [in the vehicle at the time of the accident] is capable of giving an
                  immediate notice[, the occupant shall give or cause to be given the notice required of the operator
                  under this section].


                      [(4) If the operator is physically incapable of making a report in a manner specified by
                  the division of an accident when required under Section 41-6-35 and he is not the owner of the
                  vehicle, then the owner of the vehicle involved in the accident shall within 15 days after
                  becoming aware of the accident make the report required of the operator under this section.]
                      (5) If the vehicle or other property is unattended, the operator of the vehicle involved in
                  the accident shall:
                      (a) locate and notify the operator or owner of the vehicle or the owner of other property
                  damaged in the accident of the operator's name, address, and the registration number of the
                  vehicle causing the damage; or
                      (b) attach securely in a conspicuous place on the vehicle or other property a written
                  notice giving the operator's name, address, and the registration number of the vehicle causing the
                  damage.
                      (6) (a) A person who violates the provisions of Subsection (1) is guilty of a class A
                  misdemeanor and shall be fined not less than $750 if the accident results in injury or death of a
                  person.
                      (b) A person who violates the provisions of Subsection (1) is guilty of a class B
                  misdemeanor if the accident results only in damage to a vehicle or other property.
                      (c) A person who violates the provision of Subsection (5) is guilty of a class B
                  misdemeanor.
                      Section 50. Section 41-6a-402 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-35 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-35].     41-6a-402. Accident reports -- Duty of operator and investigative
                  officer to forward or render.
                      (1) The department may require any operator of a vehicle involved in an accident
                  resulting in injury to or death of any person or total property damage to the apparent extent of
                  $1,000 or more to file within ten days after the request:
                      (a) a report of the accident to the department in a manner specified by the department [of
                  the accident to the department]; and


                      (b) a supplemental report when the original report is insufficient in the opinion of the
                  department.
                      (2) The department may require witnesses of accidents to [render] file reports to the
                  department.
                      (3) (a) An accident report is not required under this section from any person who is
                  physically incapable of making a report, during [his] the period of incapacity.
                      (b) If the operator is physically incapable of making an accident report under this section
                  and the operator is not the owner of the vehicle, the owner of the vehicle involved in the accident
                  shall within 15 days after becoming aware of the accident make the report required of the
                  operator under this section.
                      (4) (a) The department shall, upon request, supply to law enforcement agencies, justice
                  court judges, sheriffs, garages, and other appropriate agencies or individuals forms for accident
                  reports required under this part.
                      (b) A request for an accident report form under Subsection (4)(a) shall be made in a
                  manner specified by the division.
                      (c) The accident reports shall:
                      (i) provide sufficient detail to disclose the cause, conditions then existing, and the
                  persons and vehicles involved in the accident; and
                      (ii) contain all of the information required that is available.
                      (5) (a) A person shall file an accident report if required under this section.
                      (b) The department shall suspend the license or permit to operate a motor vehicle and
                  any nonresident operating privileges of any person failing to file an accident report in accordance
                  with this section.
                      (c) The suspension under Subsection (5)(b) shall be in effect until the report has been
                  filed except that the department may extend the suspension not to exceed 30 days.
                      [(4)] (6) (a) [Every] A peace officer who, in the regular course of duty, investigates a
                  motor vehicle accident described under Subsection (1) shall file the original or an electronic copy
                  of the report of the accident with the department within ten days after completing the


                  investigation.
                      (b) The accident report shall be made either at the time of and at the scene of the accident
                  or later by interviewing participants or witnesses.
                      [(5)] (7) The accident reports required to be filed with the department under this section
                  and the information in them are protected and confidential and may be disclosed only as provided
                  in Section [ 41-6-40 ] 41-6a-404 .
                      (8) (a) In addition to the reports required under this part, a local highway authority may,
                  by ordinance, require that for each accident that occurs within its jurisdiction, the operator of a
                  vehicle involved in an accident, or the owner of the vehicle involved in an accident, shall file
                  with the local law enforcement agency a report of the accident or a copy of any report required to
                  be filed with the department under this part.
                      (b) All reports are for the confidential use of the municipal department and are subject to
                  the provisions of Section 41-6a-404 .
                      Section 51. Section 41-6a-403 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-35.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-35.5].     41-6a-403. Vehicle accidents -- Investigation and report of operator
                  security -- Agency action if no security -- Surrender of plates -- Penalties.
                      (1) (a) Upon request of a peace officer investigating an accident involving a motor
                  vehicle, the operator of the motor vehicle shall provide evidence of the owner's or operator's
                  security required under Section 41-12a-301 .
                      (b) The evidence of owner's or operator's security includes information specified under
                  Section 41-12a-303.2 .
                      (2) The peace officer shall record on a form approved by the department:
                      (a) the information provided by the operator;
                      (b) whether the operator provided insufficient or no information;
                      (c) [if] whether the officer finds reasonable cause to believe that any information given is
                  not correct; and
                      (d) whether other information available to the peace officer indicates that owner's or


                  operator's security is in effect.
                      (3) The peace officer shall deposit all completed forms with [his] the peace officer's law
                  enforcement agency, which shall forward the forms to the department no later than ten days after
                  receipt.
                      (4) (a) The department shall within ten days of receipt of the forms from the law
                  enforcement agency take action as follows:
                      [(a) If] (i) if the operator provided no information under Subsection (1) and other
                  information available to the peace officer does not indicate that owner's or operator's security is
                  in effect, the department shall take direct action under Subsection 53-3-221 (12)[.]; or
                      [(b) (i) If] (ii) if the peace officer noted or the department determines that there is
                  reasonable cause to believe that the information given under Subsection (1) is not correct, the
                  department shall contact directly the insurance company or other provider of security as
                  described in [Subsection (7)] Section 41-12a-303.2 and request verification of the accuracy of the
                  information submitted as of the date of the [traffic offense for which the citation was issued]
                  accident.
                      [(ii)] (b) The department may require the verification under Subsection (4)[(b)(i)](a)(ii)
                  to be in a form specified by the department.
                      [(iii)] (c) The insurance company or other provider of security shall return the
                  verification to the department within 30 days of receipt of the request.
                      [(iv)] (d) If the department does not receive verification within 35 days after sending the
                  request, or within the 35 days receives notice that the information was not correct, the department
                  shall take action under Subsection 53-3-221 (12).
                      (5) (a) The owner of a vehicle with unexpired license plates for which security is not
                  provided as required under this chapter shall return the plates for the vehicle to the Motor
                  Vehicle Division unless specifically permitted by statute to retain them.
                      (b) If the owner fails to return the plates as required, [they] the plates shall be confiscated
                  under Section 53-3-226 .
                      (6) [The] In accordance with Title 63, Chapter 46a, Utah Administrative Rulemaking


                  Act, the department may make rules for the enforcement of this section.
                      [(7) In this section, "evidence of owner's or operator's security" includes any one of the
                  following:]
                      [(a) a copy of the operator's valid:]
                      [(i) insurance policy;]
                      [(ii) binder notice;]
                      [(iii) renewal notice; or]
                      [(iv) card issued by an insurance company as evidence of insurance;]
                      [(b) a certificate of insurance issued under Section 41-12a-402 ;]
                      [(c) a certified copy of a surety bond issued under Section 41-12a-405 ;]
                      [(d) a certificate of the state treasurer issued under Section 41-12a-406 ;]
                      [(e) a certificate of self-funded coverage issued under Section 41-12a-407 ; or]
                      [(f) information that the vehicle or driver is insured from the Uninsured Motorist
                  Identification Database Program created under Title 41, Chapter 12a, Part 8.]
                      [(8)] (7) A person is guilty of a class B misdemeanor, and shall be fined not less than
                  $100, who:
                      (a) when requested to provide security information under Subsection (1), or Section
                  41-12a-303.2 , provides false information;
                      (b) falsely represents to the department that security required under this chapter is in
                  effect; or
                      (c) sells a vehicle to avoid the penalties of this section as applicable either to himself or a
                  third party.
                      Section 52. Section 41-6a-404 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-40 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-40].     41-6a-404. Accident reports -- When confidential -- Insurance policy
                  information -- Use as evidence -- Penalty for false information.
                      (1) As used in this section:
                      (a) "Agent" means a person's:


                      (i) attorney;
                      (ii) insurer; or
                      (iii) any other individual or entity with signed permission from the person to receive the
                  person's accident report.
                      (b) "Accompanying data" means all materials gathered by the investigating peace officer
                  in an accident investigation including:
                      (i) the identity of witnesses and, if known, contact information;
                      (ii) witness statements;
                      (iii) photographs and videotapes;
                      (iv) diagrams; and
                      (v) field notes.
                      (2) Except as provided in Subsection (3), all accident reports required in this [article]
                  part to be filed with the department:
                      (a) are without prejudice to the reporting individual;
                      (b) are protected and for the confidential use of the department or other state, local, or
                  federal agencies having use for the records for official governmental statistical, investigative, and
                  accident prevention purposes; and
                      (c) may be disclosed only in a statistical form that protects the privacy of any person
                  involved in the accident.
                      (3) (a) Subject to the provisions of this section, the department or the responsible law
                  enforcement agency employing the peace officer that investigated the accident shall disclose an
                  accident report to:
                      (i) a person involved in the accident, excluding a witness to the accident;
                      (ii) a person suffering loss or injury in the accident;
                      (iii) an agent, parent, or legal guardian of a person described in Subsections (3)(a)(i) and
                  (ii);
                      (iv) subject to Subsection (3)(d), a member of the press or broadcast news media;
                      (v) a state, local, or federal agency that uses the records for official governmental,


                  investigative, or accident prevention purposes;
                      (vi) law enforcement personnel when acting in their official governmental capacity; and
                      (vii) a licensed private investigator.
                      (b) The responsible law enforcement agency employing the peace officer that
                  investigated the accident:
                      (i) shall in compliance with Subsection (3)(a):
                      (A) disclose an accident report; or
                      (B) upon written request disclose an accident report and its accompanying data within ten
                  business days from receipt of a written request for disclosure; or
                      (ii) may withhold an accident report, and any of its accompanying data if disclosure
                  would jeopardize an ongoing criminal investigation or criminal prosecution.
                      (c) In accordance with Subsection (3)(a), the department or the responsible law
                  enforcement agency employing the investigating peace officer shall disclose whether any person
                  or vehicle involved in an accident reported under this section was covered by a vehicle insurance
                  policy, and the name of the insurer.
                      (d) Information provided to a member of the press or broadcast news media under
                  Subsection (3)(a)(iv) may only include:
                      (i) the name, age, sex, and city of residence of each person involved in the accident;
                      (ii) the make and model year of each vehicle involved in the accident;
                      (iii) whether or not each person involved in the accident was covered by a vehicle
                  insurance policy;
                      (iv) the location of the accident; and
                      (v) a description of the accident that excludes personal identifying information not listed
                  in Subsection (3)(d)(i).
                      (e) The department shall disclose to any requesting person the following vehicle accident
                  history information, excluding personal identifying information, in bulk electronic form:
                      (i) any vehicle identifying information that is electronically available, including the
                  make, model year, and vehicle identification number of each vehicle involved in an accident;


                      (ii) the date of the accident; and
                      (iii) any electronically available data which describes the accident, including a
                  description of any physical damage to the vehicle.
                      (f) The department may establish a fee under Section 63-38-3.2 based on the fair market
                  value of the information for providing bulk vehicle accident history information under
                  Subsection (3)(e).
                      (4) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(b), accident reports filed under this section
                  may not be used as evidence in any civil or criminal trial arising out of an accident.
                      (b) (i) Upon demand of any party to the trial or upon demand of any court, the
                  department shall furnish a certificate showing that a specified accident report has or has not been
                  made to the department in compliance with law.
                      (ii) If the report has been made, the certificate furnished by the department shall show:
                      (A) the date, time, and location of the accident[,];
                      (B) the names and addresses of the drivers[,];
                      (C) the owners of the vehicles involved[,]; and
                      (D) the investigating peace officers.
                      (iii) The reports may be used as evidence when necessary to prosecute charges filed in
                  connection with a violation of Subsection (5).
                      (5) A person who gives information in reports as required in this [chapter] part knowing
                  or having reason to believe that the information is false is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.
                      (6) The department and the responsible law enforcement agency employing the
                  investigating peace officer may charge a reasonable fee determined by the department under
                  Section 63-38-3.2 for the cost incurred in disclosing an accident report or an accident report and
                  any of its accompanying data under Subsections (3)(a) and (b).
                      Section 53. Section 41-6a-405 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-39 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-39].     41-6a-405. Garage keeper to report damaged vehicle without damage
                  sticker.


                      (1) (a) The person in charge of any garage or repair shop [who receives] shall make a
                  report to the nearest law enforcement agency within 24 hours of receiving a vehicle which shows
                  evidence of having been:
                      (i) involved in an accident for which an accident report may be requested under Section
                  [ 41-6-35 ,] 41-6a-402 ; or [having been]
                      (ii) struck by any bullet[, shall report the vehicle to the nearest office of an authorized
                  law enforcement agency within 24 hours after the vehicle is received by the garage or repair
                  shop, giving the].
                      (b) The report required under Subsection (1)(a) shall include the:
                      (i) vehicle identification number[,];
                      (ii) registration number[,]; and [the]
                      (iii) name and address of the owner or operator of the vehicle.
                      (2) If a damaged vehicle sticker describing the damage is affixed to the vehicle by a
                  peace officer, a report under [this section] Subsection (1) is not required.
                      Section 54. Section 41-6a-406 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-41 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-41].     41-6a-406. Statistical information regarding accidents -- Annual
                  publication.
                      (1) The department [shall tabulate and] may analyze all accident reports [and].
                      (2) (a) The department shall tabulate and publish [annually, or at more frequent intervals,
                  related] statistical information as to the number and circumstances of traffic accidents.
                      (b) The publication under Subsection (2)(a) shall be at least annually.
                      Section 55. Section 41-6a-407 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-38 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-38].     41-6a-407. Livestock on highway -- Restrictions -- Collision, action
                  for damages.
                      (1) (a) A person [owning] who owns or is in possession or control of any livestock may
                  not willfully or negligently permit any of the livestock to stray or remain unaccompanied [by a


                  person in charge or control of the livestock upon] on a highway, if both sides of [which] the
                  highway are [adjoined by] separated from adjoining property [which is separated from the
                  highway] by a fence, wall, hedge, sidewalk, curb, lawn, or building. [This subsection]
                      (b) Subsection (1)(a) does not apply to range stock drifting onto any highway [in going to
                  or returning] moving to or from their accustomed ranges.
                      (2) (a) A person may not drive any livestock upon, over, or across any highway during
                  the period from half an hour after sunset to half an hour before sunrise[, without keeping].
                      (b) Subsection (2)(a) does not apply if the person has a sufficient number of herders with
                  warning lights on continual duty to open the road to permit the passage of vehicles.
                      (3) In any civil action brought [by the owner, operator, or occupant of a motor vehicle or
                  by their personal representatives or assignees, or by the owner of the livestock] for damages
                  caused by collision with any domestic animal or [animals] livestock on a highway, there is no
                  presumption that the collision was due to negligence on behalf of the owner or the person in
                  possession of the domestic animal or livestock.
                      Section 56. Section 41-6a-408 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-38.5 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-38.5].     41-6a-408. Peace officer investigating accident to notify owner if
                  livestock or broken fence involved -- Exempt from liability.
                      (1) A peace officer investigating an accident resulting in injury or death of any livestock
                  shall make reasonable efforts as soon as possible to locate the owner of the livestock and inform
                  the owner of the injured or dead animal.
                      (2) A peace officer investigating an accident resulting in a broken fence, if it appears the
                  fence contains or controls the movement of livestock, shall make reasonable efforts as soon as
                  possible to locate the owner of the property and inform the owner of the broken fence.
                      (3) (a) Civil or criminal liability for claims does not arise against any peace officer for
                  failure to locate the owner of the livestock or property. [This subsection]
                      (b) Subsection (3)(a) does not preclude disciplinary action by the [department] law
                  enforcement agency against a peace officer for failure to perform duties required by this section.


                      Section 57. Section 41-6a-501 is enacted to read:
                 
Part 5. Driving Under the Influence and Reckless Driving

                      41-6a-501. Definitions.
                      (1) As used in this part:
                      (a) "Assessment" means an in-depth clinical interview with a licensed mental health
                  therapist:
                      (i) used to determine if a person is in need of:
                      (A) substance abuse treatment that is obtained at a substance abuse program;
                      (B) an educational series; or
                      (C) a combination of Subsections (1)(a)(i)(A) and (B); and
                      (ii) that is approved by the Board of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in accordance
                  with Section 62A-15-105 .
                      (b) "Educational series" means an educational series obtained at a substance abuse
                  program that is approved by the Board of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in accordance
                  with Section 62A-15-105 .
                      (c) "Negligence" means simple negligence, the failure to exercise that degree of care that
                  an ordinarily reasonable and prudent person exercises under like or similar circumstances.
                      (d) "Screening" means a preliminary appraisal of a person:
                      (i) used to determine if the person is in need of:
                      (A) an assessment; or
                      (B) an educational series; and
                      (ii) that is approved by the Board of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in accordance
                  with Section 62A-15-105 .
                      (e) "Serious bodily injury" means bodily injury that creates or causes:
                      (i) serious permanent disfigurement;
                      (ii) protracted loss or impairment of the function of any bodily member or organ; or
                      (iii) a substantial risk of death.
                      (f) "Substance abuse treatment" means treatment obtained at a substance abuse program


                  that is approved by the Board of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in accordance with Section
                  62A-15-105 .
                      (g) "Substance abuse treatment program" means a state licensed substance abuse
                  program.
                      (h) (i) "Vehicle" or "motor vehicle" means a vehicle or motor vehicle as defined in
                  Section 41-6a-102 ; and
                      (ii) "Vehicle" or "motor vehicle" includes:
                      (A) an off-highway vehicle as defined under Section 41-22-2 ; and
                      (B) a motorboat as defined in Section 73-18-2 .
                      (2) As used in Section 41-6a-503 :
                      (a) "Conviction" means any conviction for a violation of:
                      (i) driving under the influence under Section 41-6a-502 ;
                      (ii) alcohol, any drug, or a combination of both-related reckless driving under Sections
                  41-6a-512 and 41-6a-528 ;
                      (iii) driving with any measurable controlled substance that is taken illegally in the body
                  under Section 41-6a-517 ;
                      (iv) local ordinances similar to Section 41-6a-502 or alcohol, any drug, or a combination
                  of both-related reckless driving adopted in compliance with Section 41-6a-510 ;
                      (v) automobile homicide under Section 76-5-207 ;
                      (vi) Subsection 58-37-8 (2)(g);
                      (vii) a violation described in Subsections (2)(a)(i) through (vi), which judgment of
                  conviction is reduced under Section 76-3-402 ; or
                      (viii) statutes or ordinances previously in effect in this state or in effect in any other state,
                  the United States, or any district, possession, or territory of the United States which would
                  constitute a violation of Section 41-6a-502 or alcohol, any drug, or a combination of both-related
                  reckless driving if committed in this state, including punishments administered under 10 U.S.C.
                  Sec. 815.
                      (b) A plea of guilty or no contest to a violation described in Subsections (2)(a)(i) through


                  (viii) which plea is held in abeyance under Title 77, Chapter 2a, Pleas in Abeyance, is the
                  equivalent of a conviction, even if the charge has been subsequently reduced or dismissed in
                  accordance with the plea in abeyance agreement, for purposes of:
                      (i) enhancement of penalties under:
                      (A) this Chapter 6a, Part 5, Driving Under the Influence and Reckless Driving; and
                      (B) automobile homicide under Section 76-5-207 ; and
                      (ii) expungement under Section 77-18-12 .
                      Section 58. Section 41-6a-502 , which is renumbered from Section 41-6-44 is
                  renumbered and amended to read:
                       [41-6-44].     41-6a-502. Driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or a
                  combination of both or with specified or unsafe blood alcohol concentration.
                      [(1) As used in this section:]
                      [(a) "assessment" means an in-depth clinical interview with a licensed mental health
                  therapist:]
                      [(i) used to determine if a person is in need of:]
                      [(A) substance abuse treatment that is obtained at a substance abuse program;]
                      [(B) an educational series; or]
                      [(C) a combination of Subsections (1)(a)(i)(A) and (B); and]
                      [(ii) that is approved by the Board of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in accordance
                  with Section 62A-15-105 .]
                      [(b) (i) "conviction" means any conviction for a violation of:]
                      [(A) this section;]
                      [(B) alcohol, any drug, or a combination of both-related reckless driving under
                  Subsections (9) and (10);]
                      [(C) Section 41-6-44.6 , driving with any measurable controlled substance that is taken
                  illegally in the body;]
                      [(D) local ordinances similar to this section or alcohol, any drug, or a combination of
                  both-related reckless driving adopted in compliance with Section 41-6-43 ;]


                      [(E) automobile homicide under Section 76-5-207 ;]
                      [(F) Subsection 58-37-8 (2)(g);]
                      [(G) a violation described in Subsections (1) (b)(i)(A) through (F), which judgment of
                  conviction is reduced under Section 76-3-402 ; or]
                      [(H) statutes or ordinances in effect in any other state, the United States, or any district,
                  possession, or territory of the United States which would constitute a violation of this section or
                  alcohol, any drug, or a combination of both-related reckless driving if committed in this state,
                  including punishments administered under 10 U.S.C. Sec. 815;]
                      [(ii) A plea of guilty or no contest to a violation described in Subsections (1)(b)(i)(A)
                  through (H) which plea is held in abeyance under Title 77, Chapter 2a, Pleas in Abeyance, is the
                  equivalent of a conviction, even if the charge has been subsequently reduced or dismissed in
                  accordance with the plea in abeyance agreement, for purposes of:]
                      [(A) enhancement of penalties under:]
                      [(I) this Chapter 6, Article 5, Driving While Intoxicated and Reckless Driving; and]
                      [(II) automobile homicide under Section 76-5-207 ; and]
                      [(B) expungement under Section 77-18-12 .]
                      [(c) "educational series" means an educational series obtained at a substance abuse
                  program that is approved by the Board of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in accordance
                  with Section 62A-15-105 ;]
                      [(d) "screening" means a preliminary appraisal of a person:]
                      [(i) used to determine if the person is in need of:]
                      [(A) an assessment; or]
                      [(B) an educational series; and]
                      [(ii) that is approved by the Board of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in accordance
                  with Section 62A-15-105;]
                      [(e) "serious bodily injury" means bodily injury that creates or causes serious permanent
                  disfigurement, protracted loss or impairment of the function of any bodily member or organ, or
                  creates a substantial risk of death;]


                      [(f) "substance abuse treatment" means treatment obtained at a substance abuse program
                  that is approved by the Board of Substance Abuse and Mental Health in accordance with Section
                  62A-15-105 ;]
                      [(g) "substance abuse treatment program" means a state licensed substance abuse
                  program;]
                      [(h) a violation of this section includes a violation under a local ordinance similar to this
                  section adopted in compliance with Section 41-6-43 ; and]
                      [(i) the standard of negligence is that of simple negligence, the failure to exercise that
                  degree of care that an ordinarily reasonable and prudent person exercises under like or similar
                  circumstances.]
                      [(2) (a)] (1) A person may not operate or be in actual physical control of a vehicle within
                  this state if the person:
                      [(i)] (a) has sufficient alcohol in the person's body that a subsequent chemical test shows
                  that the person has a blood or breath alcohol concentration of .08 grams or greater at the time of
                  the test;
                      [(ii)] (b) is under the influence of alcohol, any drug, or the combined influence of alcohol
                  and any drug to a degree that renders the person incapable of safely operating a vehicle; [or]
                      [(iii)] (c) has a blood or breath alcohol concentration of .08 grams or greater at the time
                  of operation or actual physical control; or
                      [(iv) (A)] (d) (i) is 21 years of age or older;
                      [(B) has sufficient alcohol in the person's body that a subsequent chemical test shows
                  that the person has a blood or breath alcohol concentration of .05 grams or greater at the time of
                  the test;]
                      [(C)] (ii) has a passenger under 16 years of age in the vehicle at the time of operation or
                  actual physical control; [and]
                      [(D) committed the offense] (iii) has committed a violation of this Subsection (1)(d)
                  within ten years of a prior conviction[; or] as defined in Subsection 41-6a-501 (2); and
                      [(v) (A) is 21 years of age or older;]


                       (iv) (A) has sufficient alcohol in the person's body that a subsequent chemical test shows
                  that the person has a blood or breath alcohol concentration of .05 grams or greater at the time of
                  the test; or
                      (B) has a blood or breath alcohol concentration of .05 grams or greater at the time of
                  operation or actual physical control[;].
                      [(C) has a passenger under 16 years of age in the vehicle at the time of operation or
                  actual physical control; and]
                      [(D) committed the offense within ten years of a prior conviction.]
                      [(b) The fact that a person charged with violating this section is or has been legally
                  entitled to use alcohol or a drug is not a defense against any charge of violating this section.]
                      [(c)] (2) Alcohol concentration in the blood shall be based upon grams of alcohol per 100
                  milliliters of blood, and alcohol concentration in the breath shall be based upon grams of alcohol
                  per 210 liters of breath.
                      [(3) (a) A person convicted the first or second time of a violation of Subsections (2)(a)(i)
                  through (iii) is guilty of a:]
                      [(i) class B misdemeanor; or]
                      [(ii) class A misdemeanor if the person:]
                      [(A) has also inflicted bodily injury upon another as a proximate result of having
                  operated the vehicle in a negligent manner;]
                      [(B) had a passenger under 16 years of age in the vehicle at the time of the offense; or]
                      [(C) was 21 years of age or older and had a passenger under 18 years of age in the
                  vehicle at the time of the offense.]
                      [(b) A person convicted of a violation of Subsection (2) is guilty of a third degree felony
                  if the person has also inflicted serious bodily injury upon another as a proximate result of having
                  operated the vehicle in a negligent manner.]
                      [(c) A person convicted of a violation of Subsection (2)(a)(iv) or (v) is guilty of:]
                      [(i) a class B misdemeanor; or]
                      [(ii) a class A misdemeanor if the person has also inflicted bodily injury upon another as


                  a proximate result of having operated the vehicle in a negligent manner.]
                      [(4) (a) As part of any sentence imposed the court shall, upon a first conviction, impose a
                  mandatory jail sentence of not less than 48 consecutive hours.]
                      [(b) The court may, as an alternative to all or part of a jail sentence, require the person
                  to:]
                      [(i) work in a compensatory-service work program for not less than 48 hours; or]
                      [(ii) participate in home confinement through the use of electronic monitoring in
                  accordance with Subsection (13).]
                      [(c) In addition to the jail sentence, compensatory-service work program, or home
                  confinement, the court shall:]
                      [(i) order the person to participate in a screening;]
                      [(ii) order the person to participate in an assessment, if it is found appropriate by a
                  screening under Subsection (4)(c)(i);]
                      [(iii) order the person to participate in an educational series if the court does not order
                  substance abuse treatment as described under Subsection (4)(d); and]
                      [(iv) impose a fine of not less than $700.]
                      [(d) The court may order the person to obtain substance abuse treatment if the substance
                  abuse treatment program determines that substance abuse treatment is appropriate.]
                      [(e) (i) Except as provided in Subsection (4)(e)(ii), the court may order probation for the
                  person in accordance with Subsection (14).]
                      [(ii) If there is admissible evidence that the person had a blood alcohol level of .16 or
                  higher, the court shall order probation for the person in accordance with Subsection (14).]
                      [(5) (a) If a person is convicted under Subsection (2) within ten years of a prior
                  conviction under this section, the court shall as part of any sentence impose a mandatory jail
                  sentence of not less than 240 consecutive hours.]
                      [(b) The court may, as an alternative to all or part of a jail sentence, require the person
                  to:]
                      [(i) work in a compensatory-service work program for not less than 240 hours; or]


                      [(ii) participate in home confinement through the use of electronic monitoring in
                  accordance with Subsection (13).]
                      [(c) In addition to the jail sentence, compensatory-service work program, or home
                  confinement, the court shall:]
                      [(i) order the person to participate in a screening;]
                      [(ii) order the person to participate in an assessment, if it is found appropriate by a
                  screening under Subsection (5)(c)(i);]
                      [(iii) order the person to participate in an educational series if the court does not order
                  substance abuse treatment as described under Subsection (5)(d); and]
                      [(iv) impose a fine of not less than $800.]
                      [(d) The court may order the person to obtain substance abuse treatment if the substance
                  abuse treatment program determines that substance abuse treatment is appropriate.]
                      [(e) The court shall order probation for the person in accordance with Subsection (14).]
                      [(6) (a) A conviction for a violation of Subsection (2) is a third degree felony if it is:]
                      [(i) a third or subsequent conviction under this section within ten years of two or more
                  prior convictions; or]
                      [(ii) at any time after a conviction of:]
                      [(A) automobile homicide under Section 76-5-207 that is committed after July 1, 2001;
                  or]
                      [(B) a felony violation under this section that is committed after July 1, 2001.]
                      [(b) Any conviction described in this Subsection (6) which judgment of conviction is
                  reduced under Section 76-3-402 is a conviction for purposes of this section.]
                      [(c) Under Subsection (3)(b) or (6)(a), if the court suspends the execution of a prison
                  sentence and places the defendant on probation the court shall impose:]
                      [(i) a fine of not less than $1,500; and]
                      [(ii) a mandatory jail sentence of not less than 1,500 hours.]
                      [(d) For Subsection (6)(a) or (c), the court shall impose an order requiring the person to
                  obtain a screening and assessment and substance abuse treatment at a substance abuse treatment


                  program providing intensive care or inpatient treatment and long-term closely supervised
                  follow-through after treatment for not less than 240 hours.]
                      [(e) In addition to the penalties required under Subsection (6)(c), if the court orders
                  probation, the probation shall be supervised probation which may include requiring the person to
                  participate in home confinement through the use of electronic monitoring in accordance with
                  Subsection (13).]
                      [(7) The mandatory portion of any sentence required under this section may not be
                  suspended and the convicted person is not eligible for parole or probation until any sentence
                  imposed under this section has been served. Probation or parole resulting from a conviction for a
                  violation under this section may not be terminated.]
                      [(8) (a) (i) The provisions in Subsections (4), (5), and (6) that require a sentencing court
                  to order a convicted person to: participate in a screening; an assessment, if appropriate; and an
                  educational series; obtain, in the discretion of the court, substance abuse treatment; obtain,
                  mandatorily, substance abuse treatment; or do a combination of those things, apply to a
                  conviction for a violation of Section 41-6-44.6 or 41-6-45 under Subsection (9).]
                      [(ii) The court shall render the same order regarding screening, assessment, an
                  educational series, or substance abuse treatment in connection with a first, second, or subsequent
                  conviction under Section 41-6-44.6 or 41-6-45 under Subsection (9), as the court would render in
                  connection with applying respectively, the first, second, or subsequent conviction requirements
                  of Subsections (4), (5), and (6).]
                      [(b) (i) The court shall notify the Driver License Division if a person fails to:]
                      [(A) complete all court ordered:]
                      [(I) screening;]
                      [(II) assessment;]
                      [(III) educational series;]
                      [(IV) substance abuse treatment; and]
                      [(V) hours of work in compensatory-service work program; or]
                      [(B) pay all fines and fees, including fees for restitution and treatment costs.]


                      [(ii) Upon receiving the notification described in Subsection (8)(b)(i), the division shall
                  suspend the person's driving privilege in accordance with Subsections 53-3-221 (2) and (3).]
                      [(9) (a) (i) When the prosecution agrees to a plea of guilty or no contest to a charge of a
                  violation of Section 41-6-45 , of an ordinance enacted under Section 41-6-43 , or of Section
                  41-6-44.6 in satisfaction of, or as a substitute for, an original charge of a violation of this section,
                  the prosecution shall state for the record a factual basis for the plea, including whether or not
                  there had been consumption of alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both, by the defendant in
                  connection with the violation.]
                      [(ii) The statement is an offer of proof of the facts that shows whether there was
                  consumption of alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both, by the defendant, in connection with
                  the violation.]
                      [(b) The court shall advise the defendant before accepting the plea offered under this
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