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§ 71.0302   Rules of Operation.
   (a)   No person shall operate a vehicle of any kind on the airport in a reckless or negligent manner or in excess of the speed limits prescribed by the Airport Manager. If not posted, the speed limit shall not exceed ten miles per hour in ramp, apron, aircraft parking areas, hangar areas and automobile parking lots.
   (b)   Pedestrians and aircraft shall at all times have right of way over vehicular traffic. All vehicles shall pass to the rear of taxiing aircraft.
   (c)   Persons operating vehicles on the airport shall give proper signals and observe the directions of posted traffic signs.
   (d)   No person under the influence of alcohol or FAA prohibited drugs shall operate a vehicle or aircraft on the airport.
   (e)   No person shall operate on the airport any vehicle which is overloaded or carrying more passengers than that for which the vehicle was designed. No person shall ride on the running board, stand up or ride in the body of a moving vehicle with arms or legs protruding from the body of the motor vehicle.
   (f)   No vehicle shall be operated on the airport if it is so constructed, equipped or loaded as to endanger persons or property.
   (g)   No person shall operate, in any hangar on the airport, a motor scooter, truck, or other motor vehicle without exhausts protected by screens or baffles to prevent the escape of sparks or the propagation of flame.
   (h)   No vehicle, commercial or otherwise, other than those for the operation of which the Airport Manager has granted a permit, may enter upon, travel through, park at, stop in, or be operated upon the airport surface. The Director, or designee may waive the foregoing requirements when such waiver will not adversely affect airport operations.
   (i)   No person under 12 years of age shall operate any motorized vehicle on the airport property under any circumstances nor operate any non-motorized vehicle on the airport property unless under direct supervision by an adult with full and legal responsibility for the operator.
(Am. Ord. 2132, passed - -1977; Am. Ord. 3975, passed - -2006)