A.   Careless Driving: It shall be unlawful for any person to drive a vehicle without the care and caution of a reasonable prudent person under the circumstances then and there existing, or in a manner so as to endanger or be likely to endanger any person or property. (1989 Code § 7-1-11, 9-20-1988)
   B.   Incapable Or Incompetent Driver: No person or owner in control of a vehicle shall knowingly permit said vehicle to be operated by any person who is physically or mentally disabled to such an extent that such person's judgment or driving ability is impaired.
      1.   No driver shall operate a vehicle while his ability or alertness is so impaired through fatigue, illness, or any other cause to make it unsafe for him to drive such vehicle. (1989 Code § 7-1-13, 9-20-1988)
      2.   No person physically or mentally disabled or incapacitated in any particular manner, temporarily or permanently, may drive a motor vehicle upon any street or alley, provided such disability or incapacity is such as to interfere with the reasonable and safe operation of such vehicle. (1989 Code § 7-1-13, 9-20-1988; amd. 1997 Code)
      3.   No person, whether a resident or nonresident of this State, under sixteen (16) years of age shall operate a motor vehicle upon any highway, street or public way in this City. (1989 Code § 7-1-13, 9-20-1988)
   C.   Failure To Keep Proper Lookout: No person shall drive a motor vehicle within the corporate limits of the City in such a manner as to endanger life or property by failing to keep a safe and proper lookout for other traffic, objects or persons. (1989 Code § 7-1-10, 9-20-1988)
   D.   Negligent Collision: It shall be unlawful to operate a vehicle with such lack of due care and in such a negligent manner as to cause the same to collide with any vehicle, person or object. (1989 Code § 7-1-12, 9-20-1988)
   E.   Exhibition Driving: It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in exhibition driving in any motor vehicle upon any public highway, street or alley within the corporate limits of the City. Exhibition driving shall consist of, but not be limited to, unnecessarily or unreasonably doing one or more of the following in the operation of a motor vehicle: squealing or spinning the tires through application of excessive power, or through excessive braking, throwing rocks, gravel, sand or dirt through excessive application of power or in sharp turns; fishtailing, rocking or weaving while applying excessive power; sliding, spinning or skidding a motor vehicle, alternating between extreme acceleration and extreme deceleration; or display of extreme acceleration. This offense may be committed by any person operating a motor vehicle singly or in concert with or in the company of another person operating a separate motor vehicle, and it shall not be necessary to show that any person intended to engage or was engaged in any contest or display with another to constitute a violation of this chapter. (1989 Code § 7-1-14, 9-20-1988)