(A)   Any driver or operator of a motor vehicle who, having been given a visual or audible signal by a peace officer directing the driver or operator to bring his vehicle to a stop, willfully fails or refuses to obey that direction, increases his speed, extinguishes his lights, or otherwise flees or attempts to elude the officer, is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.  The signal given by the peace officer may be by hand, voice, siren, or a red or blue light, provided that the officer giving the signal shall be in police uniform, and, if driving a vehicle, the vehicle shall display illuminated oscillating, rotating, or flashing red or blue lights which when used in conjunction with an audible horn or siren would indicate the vehicle to be an official police vehicle.  Such requirement shall not preclude the use of amber or white oscillating, rotating, or flashing lights in conjunction with red or blue oscillating, rotating, or flashing lights as required in § 75.18.
   (B)   Upon receiving notice of conviction, the Secretary of State shall suspend the driver's license of the person so convicted for a period of not more than six months for a first conviction and not more than 12 months for a second conviction.
   (C)   A third or subsequent violation of this section is a Class 4 felony.
(ILCS Ch. 625, Act 5, § 11-204) (Ord. 1065-88, passed 11-9-88) Penalty, see § 70.99