(A)   Each horse-drawn carriage operator is required to maintain carriages equipped with the following:
      (1)   A braking device capable of safely stopping the horse-drawn carriage.
      (2)   Two headlamps capable of emitting a white light visible a distance of at least 1,000 feet ahead of the carriage.
      (3)   Two tail lamps capable of emitting a red light visible at least 1,000 feet from the rear of the carriage.
      (4)   A triangular slow-moving horse-drawn carriage emblem (SMV) which is reflectorized and which shall be mounted so as to be visible for a distance of 500 feet from the rear of the carriage.
      (5)   Reflective materials upon the shafts of the horse-drawn carriage or other parts of the carriage, or the horse parallel thereto, so as to render the carriage and horse visible from the front and side after dark from a distance of 500 feet.
   (B)   All carriages and drivers shall comply with any applicable requirements of the state and this Code of Ordinances including, but not limited to, traffic laws and ordinances.
   (C)   No horse-drawn carriage shall carry more passengers than the number designated as the seating capacity in the application on which the license was issued.
   (D)   Whenever a horse-drawn carriage is found not to be in a safe and sanitary operating condition or not to comply fully with all requirements specified herein, the City Manager may suspend or revoke the license of the carriage operator until the provisions herein are complied with.
(Ord. 2-2000, passed 7-5-00)  Penalty, see § 75.99