7-1-401: ALTERNATIVE PENALTIES; COMPLIANCE WARNING TICKETS:
   A.   Any person, pursuant to the issuance of a compliance warning ticket, who is accused of a violation of certain sections of this title as hereinafter described may settle and compromise that ticket by making a payment to the village in the amount of seventy five dollars ($75.00) no later than thirty (30) days from the date that such alleged violation was committed. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any fee paid pursuant to this section shall be reduced to fifty dollars ($50.00) if the payment is made within ten (10) days from the date that the compliance warning ticket is issued. This section shall not apply to any offense for which a court appearance is required pursuant to article 551 of the Illinois supreme court rules, that is classified as a violation governing the movement of vehicles, is a reportable offense under section 6-204 of the Illinois vehicle code, 625 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/6-204, or is a violation of section 7-1-1301.1, "Parking Spaces For Persons With Disabilities", of this chapter.
   B.   The issuance of compliance warning citations shall be at the discretion of the issuing police officer in lieu of instituting a prosecution in court for the alleged offense. If the person accused of the violation does not settle the claim, a notice to appear, as proscribed in title 1, chapter 15, "Code Hearing Department", of this code, will be issued for the violation and that person shall be subject to the general penalties set forth by the applicable ordinances of Oak Brook.
   C.   The following violations of the Illinois vehicle code, 625 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/1 et seq., as adopted by reference herein, shall be subject to the alternative penalty compliance procedures described in this section:
 
Section Of The Illinois Vehicle Code
Violation1
3-404
No bill of lading or manifest/dispatch record
3-411(a)
Failure to carry registration card or reciprocity permit - second division vehicle
3-413(a), (b)
Improper display of license plates
3-413(f)
Operation of vehicle with expired registration plate or sticker
3-417(a)
Failure to immediately apply for replacement registration card, plate or sticker
3-701(1)
No valid registration - no valid plate or sticker obtained
3-701(2)
No valid registration - reciprocity, prorate or apportionment
5-201(h)
No in-transit plates
5-202(e)
Failure to display the requisite tow-truck plates
11-1406
Obstruction to driver's view or control
11-1407
Improper opening of door into traffic
11-1410
Coasting on downgrade
11-1411
Following fire apparatus
11-1419.01
Failure to display Illinois motor fuel tax identification card
11-1419.02
Failure to display external Illinois motor fuel tax identification device
11-1507(a)
Operation of bicycle without lamp and reflector
11-1507.1
Operation of motorized pedacycle without lamp and reflector
12-101(a)
Operation of vehicle with unsafe equipment
12-201(a)
Operation of motorcycle without lighted headlamp
12-201(b)
Driving vehicles without two lighted headlamps and tail lamps when required
12-201(c)
No white rear registration light
12-202(a), (b)
Insufficient clearance, identification or side marker lamps and reflectors - second division vehicle
12-203(a)
Failure to use parking lights while vehicle is standing on highway
12-204
Improper lamp or flag on projecting load
12-205
Improper use of lamps on towing and towed vehicles
12-207(a)
Improper use of more than one spot lamp
12-207(b)
Improper use of more than three auxiliary driving lamps
12-208(a)
No stop signal lamp or device
12-209(c)
Defective backup lights
12-210(a)
Failure to dim headlights/auxiliary driving lamps within 500 feet on approach of vehicle
12-210(b)
Failure to dim headlights/auxiliary driving lamps within 300 feet of vehicle in same direction
12-211(a)
Improper lighting on vehicles other than motorcycles - only one headlamp
12-211(b)
Improper use of more than four lighted headlights/auxiliary driving lamps
12-212(a)
Improper use of red light visible from front of vehicle
12-212(b)
Unlawful use of flashing lights
12-215
Unlawful use of oscillating, rotating or flashing lights
12-301
Use of defective brakes
12-401
Unlawful use of metal studded tire or other prohibited tire restrictions
12-405(d)
Use of unsafe tire
12-501(a)
Operation of vehicle without windshield
12-502
Operation of vehicle without rear reflecting mirror
12-503(a)
Obstructed view of windshield
12-503(a-5), (b)
Unlawful application of tinted film to window(s) immediately adjacent to driver
12-503(c)
Obstructed view of any window by stationary or suspended object(s)
12-503(d)
Operation of vehicle without windshield cleaning device; operation of vehicle with view obstructed by snow, ice or moisture
12-503(e)
Obstructed view due to defective condition or repair of any window
12-601(a)
Operation of vehicle with defective horn
12-601(b)
Unlawful possession or use of siren
12-602
Operation of vehicle with defective or modified exhaust system
12-603(b)
Operation of vehicle without two front seat safety belts - vehicles of 1965 or later model years
12-603.1
Failure to use seat safety belt
12-604.1(a)
Operation of vehicle with television receiver visible to driver
12-606
Operation of tow truck without:
  12-606(a)
Identifying sign attached on each side
  12-606(b)
Required equipment - one broom, shovel, trash can and fire extinguisher
  12-606(c)
Removing roadway debris and spreading dirt or sand on oil/grease deposits
  12-606(d)
Insurance policy in cab
12-607(a)
Operation of vehicle with unlawfully altered vehicle suspension system - body lifted in excess of three inches from chassis
12-607.1(a)
Operation of first division vehicle with frame in excess of 22 inches above ground
12-607.1(b)
Operation of second division vehicle with frame in excess of specified limits above ground
12-608(a)
Operation of vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 9000 pounds or less or a recreational vehicle without two bumpers
12-608(a)
Operation of vehicle with unlawful bumper height
12-610(a)
Operation of vehicle while wearing headset receiver
12-702(a)
Operation of second division vehicle without carrying flares/warning devices
12-702(c), (d), (e), (f), (g)
Failure to use flares/warning devices when secondary division vehicle is disabled
12-703
Vehicles for oiling roads operated on highways
12-710
Improper or no rear fender splash guards
12-711
Operation of garbage truck, roll-off hoist or roll-on container without audible backing warning system
12-806
Failure to cover school bus sign
12-808
Operating school bus without fire extinguisher
12-809
Operating school bus without first aid kit
15-101
Improper size, weight and/or load
15-102
Improper width
15-103
Improper height
15-105
Load projecting in any excess beyond left fenders or six inches beyond right fenders of first division vehicle
15-106
Failure to fasten loose projecting member
15-107
Improper length of vehicle
15-108
Failure to plank edge of pavement for any vehicle in excess of 8000 pounds
15-109(a)
Spilling load on highway
15-109(b)
Operating loaded vehicle without securely fastened covering
15-109.1
Operating second division vehicle with load falling, blowing or dropping to highway
15-111
Exceeding wheel and axle loads and gross weights
15-112
Failure to submit to vehicle and load weighing
15-301
Failure to have permits for excess size and weight
15-316
Use of vehicle on highway restricted by village ordinance
18C-4701(1)
Operating without trade name, license and registration number of carrier painted or affixed to both doors of power unit
 
Note:
1.    The descriptions of the violations listed are for ease of reference only, and each respective violation is fully set forth in the corresponding provision of the Illinois vehicle code.
(Ord. G-963, 2-14-2012; Ord. G-979, 9-11-2012)