§ 76.11 DRIFTING.
   (A)   Any person who, as an operator of a motor vehicle, engages or participates in the act of drifting on any street, highway, or other public way within the village, shall be subject to the penalties provided herein.
   (B)   DRIFTING means a driving technique in which the driver of a motor vehicle, in the absence of an emergency, either: (a) causes the vehicle to spin, skid, slide, turn abruptly or sway upon acceleration or braking; or (b) uses or controls the vehicle's throttle, brakes, clutch, gear shifting, steering input or other driving mechanisms, in any combination, to keep the vehicle in a state of oversteer while maneuvering the vehicle from turn to turn, or in circles, or in a figure eight, in a manner such that: (i) the rear slip angle of the wheels is greater than the front slip angle, and the front wheels are pointing in the opposite direction to the turn (e.g. the vehicle is turning left, wheels are pointed right); or (ii) the vehicle slides sideways through the turn(s); or (iii) the amount of countersteer (or opposite lock) coupled with the simultaneous modulation of the vehicle's throttle and brakes shifts the weight balance of the vehicle back and forth through the turn(s); or (iv) any or all of the vehicle's tires lose traction or grip on the road; or (v) an audible squeak or squeal sound coming from the vehicle's wheel area occurs when the vehicle is in motion or when the brakes are applied.
(Ord. 23-04, passed 5-9-2023) Penalty, see § 10.99