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PART FOUR - TRAFFIC CODE
Chap. 410. Illinois Vehicle Code.
Chap. 412. Adjudication of Vehicular Standing, Parking and Compliance Violations.
Chap. 414. Administration and Enforcement.
Chap. 418. Abandoned Vehicles.
Chap. 422. Inoperable Motor Vehicles.
Chap. 424. Storage of Motor Vehicles with Expired Plates.
Chap. 426. Registration of Motor Vehicles.
Chap. 430. Operation Generally.
Chap. 434. Commercial and Heavy Vehicles.
Chap. 438. Parking Generally.
Chap. 442. Off-Street Parking.
Chap. 446. Pedestrians.
Chap. 450. Safety Belts.
Chap. 454. Impoundment of Motor Vehicles.
Chap. 456. Automated Traffic Law Enforcement Systems.
410.01 Adopted by reference; exceptions.
410.02 File copies.
410.03 Conflict of laws.
Illinois Vehicle Code definitions - see Ill. R.S. Ch. 95-1/2, §§ 1-101 et seq., 11-100
Powers of local authorities - see Ill. R.S. Ch. 95-1/2, § 11-208
Offenses by persons owning or controlling vehicles - see Ill. R.S. Ch. 95-1/2, § 16-202
Notice accompanying citations - see Ill. R.S. Ch. 95-1/2, § 16-106
Adoption of Illinois Vehicle Code by reference - see Ill. R.S. Ch. 95-1/2, § 20-204
Citations for violations; settlement and compromise - see ADM. Ch. 214
The 1984 Illinois Vehicle Code, being Illinois R.S. Chapter 95-1/2, as amended, is hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this Code, except the following portions thereof:
Chapter 4, Article I (Anti-theft laws);
Chapter 6, Section 6-113 (Restricted licenses and permits);
Chapter 6, Section 6-301 (Unlawful use of license or permit);
Chapter 6, Section 6-303 except Chapter 6, Section 6-303(a) where the basis for the suspension or revocation is financial (Driving while driver's license, permit or privilege to operate a motor vehicle is suspended or revoked);
Chapter 11, Section 11-204 (Fleeing or attempting to elude police officer);
Chapter 11, Section 11-401 (Motor vehicle accidents involving death or personal injuries);
Chapter 11, Section 11-501 (Driving while under the influence of alcohol, other drug, or combination thereof);
Chapter 11, Section 11-503 (Reckless driving);
Chapter 11, Section 11-504 (Drag racing);
Chapter 15, Section 15-111 (Wheel and axle loads and gross weights);
Chapter 15, Section 15-112 (Officers to weigh articles and require removal of excess loads); and
Chapter 15, Sections 15-113 through 15-113.3 (Violations).
(Ord. 1702. Passed 9-9-19.)
At least three copies of the Illinois Vehicle Code, as adopted in Section 410.01, shall be on file in the office of the Village Clerk and there kept available for public use, inspection and examination.
In the event of a conflict between any provision of the Illinois Vehicle Code, as adopted in Section 410.01, and any provision of this Code or other ordinances of the Village, the Illinois Vehicle Code provision shall prevail.
Whoever violates or fails to comply with any of the provisions of the Illinois Vehicle Code, as adopted in Section 410.01, shall be punished as provided in such Code.