A.   Lug Wheels: It shall be unlawful for any traction engine, tractor or other vehicle having iron wheels to be driven along or across any paved street without first removing the lugs if the same are detachable, and if such lugs are not detachable, then the street shall be properly planked with oak or other plank of sufficient strength to properly protect the pavement. If said engine, tractor or other vehicle is of such weight that there is danger of injuring the pavement after the lugs are removed, the owner or person in charge thereof may be required to plank the said pavement as above provided when directed so to do by any police officer of the city. In addition to the penalty provided in section 3-1-11 of this chapter, any person violating this subsection shall be required to repair all damage caused by said violation. (1925 Code § 32-13; amd. 2009 Code)
   B.   Tire Marks On Pavements: Except for making a bona fide emergency stop, it shall be unlawful for any person to operate any motor vehicle in such a way, whether from a stopped position or otherwise, so as to cause the tires of said vehicle to squeal or so as to leave tire marks on the pavement of any public street within the city. (Ord., 1-7-1985; amd. 2009 Code)