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1. 316.405 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 316.405 316.405 Motorcycle headlights to be turned on.—(1) Any person who operates a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle on the public streets or highways shall, while so engaged, have the headlight or headlights of such motorcycle or motor-driven cycle turned on. Failure to comply with this sect

2. 401.31 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 401.31 401.31 Inspection and examination.—(1) In order to carry out the requirements of this part, the department shall periodically and randomly inspect licensees for compliance with the requirements of this part and departmental rules. The department shall conduct inspections without impedin

3. 316.189 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 316.189 316.189 Establishment of municipal and county speed zones.—(1) MUNICIPAL SPEED.—The maximum speed within any municipality is 30 miles per hour. With respect to residence districts, a municipality may set a maximum speed limit of 20 or 25 miles per hour on local streets and highways aft

4. 316.2127 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 316.2127 316.2127 Operation of utility vehicles on certain roadways by homeowners’ associations.—The operation of a utility vehicle, as defined in s. 320.01 , upon the public roads or streets of this state by a homeowners’ association, as defined in s. 720.301 , or its agents is prohibited exc

5. 316.1895 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 316.1895 316.1895 Establishment of school speed zones, enforcement; designation.—(1)(a) The Department of Transportation, pursuant to the authority granted under s. 316.0745 , shall adopt a uniform system of traffic control devices and pedestrian control devices for use on the streets and high

6. 316.1974 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 316.1974 316.1974 Funeral procession right-of-way and liability.—(1) DEFINITIONS.—(a) “Funeral director” and “funeral establishment” shall have the same meaning as set forth in s. 497.005 .(b) “Funeral procession” means two or more vehicles accompanying the body of a deceased person, or travel

7. 316.212 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 316.212 316.212 Operation of golf carts on certain roadways.—The operation of a golf cart upon the public roads or streets of this state is prohibited except as provided herein:(1) A golf cart may be operated only upon a county road that has been designated by a county, a municipal street that

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