2014 Utah Code
Title 41 - Motor Vehicles
Chapter 6a - Traffic Code
Part 16 - Vehicle Equipment
- Section 1601 - Operation of unsafe or improperly equipped vehicles on public highways -- Exceptions.
- Section 1602 - Permit to operate vehicle in violation of equipment regulations.
- Section 1603 - Lights and illuminating devices -- Duty to display -- Time.
- Section 1604 - Motor vehicle head lamp, tail lamps, stop lamps, and other lamps -- Requirements.
- Section 1605 - Vehicles operated in combination.
- Section 1606 - Load extending beyond rear of vehicle -- Duty to display lamps and reflectors or flag.
- Section 1607 - Parking lamps required -- Use when vehicle parked at night -- Head lamps dimmed.
- Section 1608 - Farm tractors and equipment -- Lamps and reflectors -- Slow-moving vehicle emblem.
- Section 1609 - Lamps and reflectors on vehicles not otherwise specified -- Slow-moving vehicle identification emblems on animal-drawn vehicles.
- Section 1610 - Spot lamps.
- Section 1611 - Hazard warning lamps.
- Section 1612 - Back-up lamps -- Side marker lamps.
- Section 1613 - Lamp required for operation of vehicle on highway or adjacent shoulder -- Dimming of lights.
- Section 1614 - Head lamps on farm tractors -- Motor vehicles sold prior to certain date.
- Section 1616 - High intensity beams -- Red or blue lights -- Flashing lights -- Color of rear lights and reflectors.
- Section 1617 - Highway construction and maintenance vehicles -- Transportation department to adopt rules for lighting.
- Section 1618 - Sale or use of unapproved lighting equipment or devices prohibited.
- Section 1619 - Sale of unapproved equipment prohibited -- Trademark or brand name.
- Section 1620 - Departmental approval of lighting devices or safety equipment.
- Section 1621 - Departmental hearings -- Compliance of approved devices -- Revocation of approval -- Reapproval.
- Section 1622 - Purchase and testing of equipment by department -- Prohibition against sale of substandard devices -- Injunction -- Review -- Appeal.
- Section 1623 - Braking systems required -- Adoption of performance requirements by department.
- Section 1624 - Failure to repair a damaged or deployed airbag -- Penalty.
- Section 1625 - Horns and warning devices -- Emergency vehicles.
- Section 1626 - Mufflers -- Prevention of noise, smoke, and fumes -- Air pollution control devices.
- Section 1627 - Mirrors.
- Section 1628 - Seat belts -- Design and installation -- Specifications or requirements.
- Section 1629 - Vehicles subject to Sections 41-6a-1629 through 41-6a-1633 -- Definitions.
- Section 1630 - Standards applicable to vehicles.
- Section 1631 - Prohibitions.
- Section 1632 - Bumpers.
- Section 1633 - Mudguards or flaps at rear wheels of trucks, trailers, truck tractors, or altered motor vehicles -- Exemptions.
- Section 1634 - Safety chains on towed vehicles required -- Exceptions.
- Section 1635 - Windshields and windows -- Tinting -- Obstructions reducing visibility -- Wipers -- Prohibitions.
- Section 1636 - Tires which are prohibited -- Regulatory powers of state transportation department -- Winter use of studs -- Special permits -- Tread depth.
- Section 1637 - Flares, fusees, or electric lanterns and flags -- Alternative reflector units -- Duty to carry in trucks and buses -- Requirements.
- Section 1638 - Warning signal around disabled vehicle -- Time and place.
- Section 1639 - Hazardous materials -- Transportation regulations -- Fire extinguishers.
- Section 1640 - Air conditioning equipment -- Requirements.
- Section 1641 - Video display in motor vehicles prohibited if visible to driver -- Exceptions.
- Section 1642 - Emissions inspection -- County program.
- Section 1643 - Development of standardized emissions inspection and maintenance program.
- Section 1644 - Diesel emissions program -- Implementation -- Monitoring -- Exemptions.
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