(A)   (1)   It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a vehicle on a public highway, street, parking lot, alley or other public property in a manner as to cause the tires to squeal, the gears to grind, the motor to backfire, or the vehicle to “fishtail;” except when an emergency, created by causes other than the above described and prohibited conduct of vehicle operation, creates the necessity for the operation.
      (2)   (a)   Except in real emergency, during authorized public parades, or when making legal signals, no person shall drive or ride in a vehicle on any public highway, street, alley, parking lot or any other public places:
            1.   With any part of his or her person extending outside the window of the vehicle;
            2.   While sitting, reclining or being on the tailgate of a station wagon; or
            3.   While standing or being above a normal sitting position in an open convertible.
         (b)   It shall be a separate offense for the driver or operator of any vehicle to drive or operate the vehicle upon any public highway, street, alley, parking lot or any other public places at a time when any passenger in the vehicle is committing any of the hereinabove prohibited acts.
      (3)   No person shall start or accelerate any motor vehicle with an unnecessary exhibition of speed on any public or private way within the city limits. Prima-facie evidence of unnecessary exhibition of speed shall be unreasonable squealing or screeching sounds emitted by the tires or the throwing of sand or gravel by the tires of the vehicle or both.
(`86 Code, § 6.03)
   (B)   The regulatory provisions of M.S. Chs. 168, 169 and 171, as amended, are hereby adopted as a traffic ordinance regulating the use of highways, streets, alleys and other lands within the city and are hereby incorporated in and made a part of this chapter as completely as if set out here in full. Any violation of the statutes adopted by reference in this section is a violation of this code and a violator guilty of the offense shall be punished by the penalty as is prescribed by those statutes, or, if no penalty is provided in the statutes, by § 10.99 of this code.
(`86 Code, § 6.04) Penalty, see § 10.99