(a)   Snowmobiles may cross public streets, if such crossing can be made in safety and does not interfere with traffic approaching from any or all directions.
   (b)   The snowmobile operator shall yield the right of way to all vehicular traffic and pedestrians on any street.
   (c)   Snowmobiles may be operated on a street during a period of emergency when so declared by the City government, or when travel by automotive equipment is not possible.
   (d)   Snowmobiles may be operated on bridges or culverts for crossing only.
   (e)   Snowmobiles may be operated on a street for special snowmobile events of limited duration which are conducted according to a prearranged schedule under permit from the City governmental unit having jurisdiction.
   (f)   No snowmobile shall be operated in the City unless it has at least one headlight, one taillight and adequate brakes capable of producing deceleration at fourteen feet a second on level ground at a speed of twenty miles per hour.
   (g)   Snowmobiles may use streets other than Upton Avenue to State Street, U.S. 131, and Business U.S. 10, as egress and ingress routes only, and when entering or leaving the City shall travel on the extreme right of the traveled portion of the roadway used for vehicular travel, next to the curb, not at speeds greater than fifteen miles per hour
   (h)   No person shall operate a snowmobile:
      (1)   While intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.
      (2)   Without displaying a headlight or taillight at least one-half hour before sunset and one-half hour after sunrise.
      (3)   On property owned by others, unless permission has been granted by the property owner.
      (4)   After 10:00 p.m. in a residential area unless traveling to or from a rural area.
      (5)   On a City sidewalk.
      (6)   Unless it is equipped with a muffler in good working order and in constant operation to prevent excessive or unusual noises.
      (7)   Unless he or she is at least twelve years old, unless:
   A.   He or she is on his or her own private property.
   B.   He or she has a legal operator riding with him or her.
   C.   He or she has permission to ride on such other private property.
      (8)   Without a visible marker extending from the snowmobile above the snow banks along the street.