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(A) No person who is the owner or operator of a vehicle shall operate, or cause or permit the vehicle to be operated within the park unless the vehicle or conveyance displays the distinctive number and registration marks or license plates, legally fastened to the vehicle, when registration marks are required under the state Vehicle Code, I.C. 9-21-1 et seq.
(B) Every motor vehicle, including motorcycles, motorbikes, and snowmobiles, shall exhibit head lamps, tail lamps, and other illuminating lamps meeting all of the requirements with respect to color, display periods or times, and illuminating distance as are set forth under the state Vehicle Code.
(C) No person shall use or shine spotlights, or unnecessarily or continuously shine vehicle headlights of any kind onto the park, except under the direction of park personnel or law enforcement officers or except where necessary for the preservation of life or property.
(D) Except by authority of special permit granted by the Superintendent, no persons shall drive or operate a vehicle in excess of three quarters of a ton, designed, used, or maintained primarily for transportation of property, or a bus except a school bus or recreational vehicle, or a truck tractor, including mechanized farming machinery, over any road or drive within the park. Exception to this prohibition shall be made for vehicles servicing authorized park functions.
(`88 Code, § 4-42) (Ord. 90-15, passed 12-3-90) Penalty, see § 10.99