§ 70.06  PROHIBITION OF ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKES.
   (A)   No person shall use a motor vehicle on any street, road, or highway within the town's jurisdiction where the engine compression brake is in any way engaged or activated on such motor vehicle or any unit a part thereof, except for emergency situations for the purpose of avoiding a collision with another object, person or vehicle.
   (B)   ENGINE COMPRESSION BRAKES means a device primarily on trucks for the conversion of the engine from an internal combustion engine to an air compressor for the purpose of braking without the use of wheel brakes (commonly referred to as a “jake” brake, “jacob's” brake, engine brake, or dynamic braking device).
   (C)   Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a Class 3 misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be punished in accordance with § 10.99.
(Ord. O-13-06, passed 4-8-2013; Am. Ord. O-15-01, passed 1-12-2015; Am. Ord. O-15-01, passed 2-9-2015; Am. Ord. O-15-01, passed 7-13-2015)