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File #: CNCA-47    Version: 1 Name: TITLE 47 - MOTOR VEHICLES
Type: Cherokee Nation Code Status: Passed
File created: 1/1/2014 In control: TRIBAL COUNCIL
On agenda: N/A Final action: N/A
Enactment date: N/A Enactment #: N/A
Title: TITLE 47 - MOTOR VEHICLES
Sponsors: N/A
Indexes: CNCA, Code, Motor Vehicle
Code sections: Title 47 - Motor Vehicles
Attachments: 1. TITLE 47 - Motor Vehicles.pdf, 2. V3 Cherokee form 1111.27.pdf
Related files: 13-035, 20-095, 20-083, 21-038
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Title
TITLE 47 - MOTOR VEHICLES
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Code of Federal Regulations

Indian highway safety program, see 25 C.F.R. § 181.1 et seq.

HIGHWAY SAFETY CODE

CHAPTER 1

WORDS AND PHRASES DEFINED

§ 1-101. Definition of words and phrases

The following words and phrases when used in this title shall, for the purpose of this title, have the meanings respectively ascribed to them in this chapter, except when the context otherwise requires or other definitions are provided. Section captions are a part of this chapter.

History

Source. LA 2-91, eff. February 9, 1991.

§ 1-101.1. Ancient vehicle

A motor vehicle owned by a citizen of this Nation, which is thirty (30) years of age or older, based upon the date of manufacture thereof, and which travels on highways of this state primarily incidental to historical or exhibition purposes only.

History

Source. LA 2-91, eff. February 9, 1991.

§ 1-102. Arterial street

Any U.S. or state-numbered route, controlled-access highway, or other major radial or circumferential street or highway designated by local authorities within their respective jurisdictions as part of a major arterial system of streets or highways.

History

Source. LA 2-91, eff. February 9, 1991.

§ 1-103. Authorized emergency vehicles-Equipment

Vehicles of fire departments, ambulances and police vehicles, including vehicles owned or operated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, are authorized emergency vehicles; such vehicles shall be equipped with siren capable of giving an audible signal, as required by law, and a flashing red light.

History

Source. LA 2-91, eff. February 9, 1991.

§ 1-103.1. Automobile

Every motor vehicle of the type constructed and used for the transportation of persons for purposes other than for hire or compensation. This shall include all vehicles of the station wagon type whether the same are called station wagons, or ranch wagons, van wagons, except those used for commercial purposes, suburbans, town and country, or by any othe...

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