A.   Controlled Access Highway: No person shall operate a snowmobile upon a controlled access highway or facility.
   B.   Crossing Street Or Highway: A snowmobile may make a direct crossing of a street or highway, where such crossing is necessary to get to another authorized area of operation. Such crossings shall be made at an angle of approximately ninety degrees (90°) to the direction of the highway, at a place where no obstruction prevents a quick and safe crossing. The snowmobile shall make a complete stop before entering upon any part of the highway or road and the operator shall yield the right of way to all oncoming traffic.
   C.   Equipment: No snowmobile shall be operated upon a public street or highway when permitted to do so by this chapter, unless equipped with a brake light, at least one headlamp and one taillamp, which shall be lighted at all times during such operation, and unless equipped with a suitable braking device which may be operated by either hand or foot. (1976 Code § 10.50.040)