Sec. 19-104-25 - Movements during darkness or adverse weather.
Sec. 19-104-25 Movements during darkness or adverse weather.
(a) When movements during darkness are allowed or stipulated in the permit for oversize or overweight vehicles, the lighting and reflectors
for such vehicle or load shall conform to the requirements of the motor carrier rules of the department governing such matters.
(b) Notwithstanding the date and time specified in the permit, moves shall not be made when visibility is unduly impaired by rain, fog, smog or at any time travel conditions are considered to be unsafe by the department or police. Police may direct or escort a vehicle off the roadway to a place of safety. During those periods of adverse weather, should operating conditions be impaired or otherwise become hazardous due to inclement weather, which may include high winds,"the police, at their discretion, may require the driver of the vehicle or combination of vehicles to pull off the highway to a place of safety until the movement can be resumed under safe operating conditions,
[Eff MAY 30 1981 (Auth: HRS Sec. 291-36) (Imp: HRS Sec. 291-36)
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