Enforcement, Impounding and Penalty
303.01   Compliance with lawful order of police officer; fleeing. (Recodified)
303.02   Traffic direction in emergencies; obedience to school guard.
303.03   Police may remove ignition key.
303.035   Emergency, public safety and coroners' vehicles excepted.
303.04   Road workers, motor vehicles and equipment excepted.
303.05   Application to persons riding, driving animals upon roadway.
303.06   Freeway use prohibited by pedestrians, bicycles and animals.
303.07   Application to drivers of government vehicles.
303.08   Impounding or booting of vehicles; redemption.
303.09   Removal of abandoned vehicles.
303.10   Leaving junk vehicles on private property with permission of owner.
303.11   Application to Municipal and public parking lots.
303.12   Inspection of vehicles.
303.13   Providing false information to police officer.
303.99   Traffic Code misdemeanor classifications and penalties; suspension of driver's license.
   See section histories for similar State law
   Disposition of unclaimed vehicles - see Ohio R.C. 737.32, 4513.61 et seq.
   Burden of proof - see Ohio R.C. 2901.05
   Arrest without warrant for misdemeanor - see Ohio R.C. 2935.03
   Right of trial by jury - see Ohio R.C. 2945.17
   Time within which hearing or trial must be held - see Ohio R.C. 2945.71
   Extension of time for hearing or trial - see Ohio R.C. 2945.72
   Discharge for delay in trial - see Ohio R.C. 2945.73
   State point system suspension - see Ohio R.C. 4507.021
   Power of trial court of record to suspend license for certain violations - see Ohio R.C. 4507.16, 4507.34
   Uniform application of Ohio Traffic Law - see Ohio R.C. 4511.06
   Use of private property for vehicular travel - see Ohio R.C. 4511.08
   Authority of arresting officer when radar, electrical or mechanical timing device used - see Ohio R.C. 4511.091
   Marking motor vehicles used by traffic officers - see Ohio R.C. 4549.13
   Distinctive uniform required for traffic officers - see Ohio R.C. 4549.15
   Exceptions for emergency or public safety vehicles - see TRAF. 331.20, 333.06