2014 Florida Statutes
STATE UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL
Provisions uniform throughout state.
Operator use of commercial mobile radio services and electronic communications devices.
Regulation and use of cameras.
Powers of local authorities.
Request regarding traffic signals or other traffic control devices.
Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Program; administration; report.
Distribution of penalties collected under s. 316.0083(1)(b).
Skateboarding; inline skating; freestyle or mountain and off-road bicycling; paintball; definitions; liability.
Crash involving death or personal injuries.
Yellow dot critical motorist medical information program; yellow dot decal, folder, and information form.
Crashes involving damage to vehicle or property.
Duty to give information and render aid.
Duty upon damaging unattended vehicle or other property.
When driver unable to report.
Crashes; reports; penalties.
Written reports of crashes.
Crash report forms.
State to tabulate and analyze crash reports.
Exchange of information at scene of crash.
Disabled vehicles obstructing traffic.
Obedience to and effect of traffic laws.
Applicability to animals and animal-drawn vehicles.
Obedience to and required traffic control devices.
Uniform signals and devices.
Sale or purchase of traffic control devices by nongovernmental entities; prohibitions.
Traffic control signal devices.
Pedestrian control signals.
Lane direction control signals.
Display of unauthorized signs, signals or markings.
Interference with official traffic control devices or railroad signs or signals.
Traffic infraction detectors; placement and installation.
Automated license plate recognition systems; public records exemption.
Automated license plate recognition systems; records retention.
Detour signs to be respected.
Duty to yield to highway construction workers.
Requirements of flagpersons.
Driving on right side of roadway; exceptions.
Duty to yield to public transit vehicles.
Loading and unloading of bus passengers.
Passing vehicles proceeding in opposite directions.
Vehicle approaching an animal.
Overtaking and passing a vehicle.
When overtaking on the right is permitted.
Limitations on overtaking, passing, changing lanes and changing course.
Further limitations on driving to left of center of roadway.
One-way roadways and rotary traffic islands.
Driving on roadways laned for traffic.
Following too closely.
Driving on divided highways.
Limited access facilities; interstate highways; use restricted.
Payment of toll on toll facilities required; penalties.
Vehicles approaching or entering intersections.
Vehicle turning left.
Vehicle entering stop or yield intersection.
Vehicle approaching intersection in which traffic lights are inoperative.
Vehicle entering highway from private road or driveway or emerging from alley, driveway or building.
Operation of vehicles and actions of pedestrians on approach of an authorized emergency, sanitation, or utility service vehicle.
Pedestrians; traffic regulations.
Traffic regulations to assist blind persons.
Traffic regulations to assist mobility-impaired persons.
Fishing from state road bridges.
Driving through safety zone prohibited.
Required position and method of turning at intersections.
Limitations on turning around.
Turning on curve or crest of grade prohibited.
Starting parked vehicle.
When signal required.
Signals by hand and arm or signal lamps.
Method of giving hand and arm signals.
Obedience to traffic control devices at railroad-highway grade crossings.
Insufficient clearance at a railroad-highway grade crossing.
Employer responsibility for violations pertaining to railroad-highway grade crossings.
Certain vehicles to stop or slow at all railroad grade crossings.
Moving heavy equipment at railroad grade crossings.
Traffic control devices at railroad-highway grade crossings.
Traffic to stop for school bus.
Establishment of state speed zones.
Establishment of municipal and county speed zones.
Establishment of enhanced penalty zones; designation.
Establishment of school speed zones, enforcement; designation.
Electrical, mechanical, or other speed calculating devices; power of arrest; evidence.
Radar speed-measuring devices; evidence, admissibility.
Racing on highways.
Aggressive careless driving.
Driving under the influence; penalties.
Tests for alcohol, chemical substances, or controlled substances; implied consent; refusal.
Blood test for impairment or intoxication in cases of death or serious bodily injury; right to use reasonable force.
Presumption of impairment; testing methods.
Fleeing or attempting to elude a law enforcement officer; aggravated fleeing or eluding.
Possession of open containers of alcoholic beverages in vehicles prohibited; penalties.
Ignition interlock devices, requiring; unlawful acts.
Ignition interlock devices, certification; warning label.
Refusal to submit to testing; penalties.
Stopping, standing or parking outside of municipalities.
Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specified places.
Additional parking regulations.
Parking for certain purposes prohibited; sale of motor vehicles; prohibited acts.
Enforcement of parking requirements for persons who have disabilities.
Parking violations; designated parking spaces for persons who have disabilities.
Out-of-state vehicles bearing identification of issuance to persons who have disabilities.
Handicapped parking enforcement.
Exemption of vehicles transporting certain persons who have disabilities from payment of parking fees and penalties.
Parking near rural mailbox during certain hours; penalties.
Liability for payment of parking ticket violations and other parking violations.
Funeral procession right-of-way and liability.
Unattended motor vehicle.
Limitations on backing.
Driving upon sidewalk or bicycle path.
Obstruction to driver’s view or driving mechanism.
Opening and closing vehicle doors.
Riding in house trailers.
Unlawful for person to ride on exterior of vehicle.
Following fire apparatus prohibited.
Crossing fire hose.
Injurious substances prohibited; dragging vehicle or load; obstructing, digging, etc.
Removal of injurious substances.
Obstruction of public streets, highways, and roads.
Certain vehicles prohibited on hard-surfaced roads.
Motor vehicles, throwing advertising materials in.
Stop when traffic obstructed.
Electric personal assistive mobility devices; regulations.
Motorcycles and mopeds.
Riding on motorcycles or mopeds.
Operating motorcycles on roadways laned for traffic.
Footrests, handholds, and handlebars.
Equipment for motorcycle and moped riders.
Operation of golf carts on certain roadways.
Operation of a low-speed vehicle or mini truck on certain roadways.
Operation of an ATV on certain roadways.
Motorized disability access vehicles.
Operation of golf carts within a retirement community.
Authorized use of golf carts, low-speed vehicles, and utility vehicles.
Use of all-terrain vehicles, golf carts, low-speed vehicles, or utility vehicles by law enforcement agencies.
Operation of utility vehicles on certain roadways by homeowners’ associations.
Operation of motorized scooters and miniature motorcycles; requirements for sales.
Operation of swamp buggies on public roads, streets, or highways authorized.
Scope and effect of regulations.
Authority of department with reference to lighting devices.
When lighted lamps are required.
Headlamps on motor vehicles.
Stop lamps and turn signals.
Additional equipment required on certain vehicles.
Color of clearance lamps, identification lamps, side marker lamps, backup lamps, reflectors, and deceleration lights.
Mounting of reflectors, clearance lamps and side marker lamps.
Visibility requirements for reflectors, clearance lamps, identification lamps and marker lamps.
Obstructed lights not required.
Lamps or flags on projecting load.
Lamps on parked vehicles.
Lamps, reflectors and emblems on farm tractors, farm equipment and implements of husbandry.
Lamps on other vehicles and equipment.
Spot lamps and auxiliary lamps.
Signal lamps and signal devices.
Additional lighting equipment.
Multiple-beam road-lighting equipment.
Use of multiple-beam road-lighting equipment.
Requirements for use of lower beam.
Single-beam road-lighting equipment.
Motor vehicles; minimum headlamp requirement.
Number of driving lamps required or permitted.
Certain lights prohibited; exceptions.
Display or use of red warning signals; motor vehicles of volunteer firefighters or medical staff.
Special warning lights for buses or taxicabs.
Standards for lights on highway maintenance and service equipment.
Selling or using lamps or equipment.
Revocation of certificate of approval on lighting devices.
Maximum bumper heights.
Splash and spray suppressant devices.
Vehicles used to sell ice cream and other confections; display of warnings required.
Brake equipment required.
Performance ability of motor vehicle brakes.
Maintenance of brakes.
Brakes on electric-powered vehicles.
Horns and warning devices.
Exhaust systems, prevention of noise.
Motor vehicle noise.
Air pollution control equipment; tampering prohibited; penalty.
Motor vehicle emissions standards.
Motor vehicle windows; definitions.
Windshields; requirements; restrictions.
Side windows; restrictions on sunscreening material.
Windows behind the driver; restrictions on sunscreening material.
Window sunscreening exclusions; medical exemption; certain law enforcement vehicles and private investigative service vehicles exempt.
Window sunscreening material; compliance labeling; tolerances.
Violation of provisions relating to windshields, windows, and sunscreening material; penalties.
Exemption for motor vehicle manufacturers.
Rough surfaced wheels prohibited.
Certain vehicles to carry flares or other devices.
Display of warning lights and devices when vehicle is stopped or disabled.
Commercial motor vehicles; safety regulations; transporters and shippers of hazardous materials; enforcement.
Unlawful operation of motor carriers.
Wearing of headsets.
Operation of radios or other mechanical soundmaking devices or instruments in vehicles; exemptions.
Wireless communications devices; prohibition.
Motorcycle headlights to be turned on.
Lamps on parked motorcycles.
Multiple-beam road-lighting equipment.
Lighting equipment for motor-driven cycles.
Brake equipment required.
Performance ability of motorcycle brakes.
Brakes on motor-driven cycles.
Equipment regulations for mopeds.
Exceeding weight and length; penalties.
Projecting loads on passenger vehicles.
Maximum width, height, length.
Width, height, and length; inspection; penalties.
Loads on vehicles.
Requirements for vehicles hauling loads.
Weight and load unlawful; special fuel and motor fuel tax enforcement; inspection; penalty; review.
Operations not in conformity with law; special permits.
Weight, load, speed limits may be lowered; condition precedent.
Damage to highways; liability of driver and owner.
Emergency transportation, perishable food; establishment of weight loads, etc.
Health and sanitation hazards.
Licensing of vehicles.
Safety of vehicle; inspection.
Violations involving operation of motor vehicle in unsafe condition or without required equipment; procedure for disposition.
Tandem trailer equipment and use.
Child restraint requirements.
Leaving children unattended or unsupervised in motor vehicles; penalty; authority of law enforcement officer.
Safety belt usage.
School buses; safety belts or other restraint systems required.
Transportation of private school students on public school buses and public school students on private school buses; agreement.
School buses; physical requirements of drivers.
Farm labor vehicles.
Courts having jurisdiction over traffic violations; powers relating to custody and detention of minors.
Arrest authority of officer at scene of a traffic crash.
Security required; proof of security and display thereof.
Mandatory adjudication; prohibition against accepting plea to lesser included offense.
Disposition of fines and forfeitures collected for violations.
Nonpublic sector buses; safety rules.
Buses simulating school buses in color and insignia; conditions of use.
School crossing guards.
Unlawful conveyance of fuel; obtaining fuel fraudulently.
Autonomous vehicles; operation.
Operation of vehicles equipped with autonomous technology on roads for testing purposes; financial responsibility; exemption from liability for manufacturer when third party converts vehicle.