Highway Statistics 2004

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In fiscal year 2011, Region 6 completed the last of several administrative de minimis settlements with over 200 de minimis parties for recovery of over $ 8.4 million in past costs, future costs, and premiums for future uncertainties dealing with the Malone Service Company Superfund Site. Familiarizes students with the preparation of sketch plats, preliminary engineering design, and a related environmental assessment.

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But the medical review committee may waive payment of a charge or may recommend to the Minister of Finance that the amount of the charge be remitted pursuant to The Financial Administration Act in any case in which it finds it unreasonable or unjust that a charge should be paid or finds that undue hardship would result from the payment of the charge. 158(1) Except as herein provided, a statement or written report made or furnished under section 155 (a) is not open to public inspection; and (b) on the trial of the person making the statement or report on a charge of having violated any provision of The Drivers and Vehicles Act or of this Act, other than section 224, or any provision of a municipal by-law, is not admissible in evidence and shall not be used, nor shall any reference to it be made for any purpose in connection with such a trial. 158(2) Every peace officer to whom any such report or statement is made shall forthwith deliver or mail, (a) in the case of a constable of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Force, to the senior officer of that force in Manitoba; and (b) in other cases, to the chief constable of the force to which the peace officer belongs or of the municipality in which the accident occurred; (c) the date, time, and place, of the accident to which the report or statement relates; (d) the name, address, and occupation, of the owner of each vehicle involved and of the driver thereof; (e) the details respecting the make, year, and type of each vehicle, the vehicle identification number thereof, and the registration number thereof; (f) the number of the licence issued to the driver of each vehicle; (g) the particulars as to the motor vehicle liability insurance card or financial responsibility card, if any, issued in respect of each vehicle, the number of the insurance policy issued in respect of each vehicle, the date of expiry thereof, and the name of the insurer by which the policy was issued; (h) the speed and direction of travel of each vehicle immediately before the occurrence of the accident; (i) the traffic control devices, if any, situated adjacent to the scene of the accident; (j) the light conditions and weather conditions existing at the time of the accident; (k) the type of road construction at the scene of the accident, and the condition of the road; and 158(3) The senior officer in Manitoba of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Force and the chief constable of each municipality, on receipt of the particulars of an accident, or a report and statement concerning an accident, in which a vehicle is in any manner, directly or indirectly, involved, shall forthwith send to the registrar a copy of those particulars or of that report and statement on a form prescribed by, or satisfactory to, the registrar. 158(4) On request of a person involved in the accident or his authorized representative, or a person or insurance company who or which has paid, or may be liable to pay, for damages resulting from the accident, the senior officer or chief constable, as the case may be, shall furnish to him (a) the information received by him under subsection (2) respecting the accident; and (b) if authorized in writing by the Minister of Justice, either generally or in any specific case, such other information and particulars contained in the report or statement as may be specified in the written authorization. 159(1) The registrar may require the driver, owner, or other person in charge, of a vehicle that is in any manner, directly or indirectly, involved in an accident, and any peace officer to file, upon a form furnished by the registrar, a supplemental report of an accident in any case where, in the opinion of the registrar, the original report of the accident is insufficient. 159(2) A supplemental report furnished under subsection (1) is without prejudice, and for the information of the minister and the registrar, and is not open to public inspection. 160(1) If this Act or The Drivers and Vehicles Act requires a person to give proof of financial responsibility, the person shall give it to the registrar unless this Act or The Drivers and Vehicles Act requires it to be given to another person. 160(2) Subject to subsection 271(5), where proof of financial responsibility is required to be given by any person, unless he or she is, under subsection (3), subsequently exempted from maintaining the proof, he or she must thereafter at all times maintain it (a) while he or she holds a driver's licence; or (b) while any motor vehicle is registered in his or her name; or (c) in the case of a person who is not a resident of the province, while he or she has the privilege of driving a motor vehicle in the province or the privilege of using, or having in the province, a motor vehicle registered in his or her name in any province, state, or country; and the registrar shall suspend the licence or permit of, and the registration of every motor vehicle registered in the name of, any person who fails to comply with this subsection until he or she gives proof of financial responsibility. 160(3) Where a person is required to give proof of financial responsibility under section 270 or 271 in respect of a judgment or accident, if, after a period of thirty-six months next following the end of the month in which the liability to give proof first arose, and the registrar is satisfied that the judgment has been satisfied, the registrar shall exempt the person from maintaining proof in respect of the judgment or accident. (a) is in an amount not less than $200,000., excluding interest and costs, in respect of liability for any or all of the following, arising out of one accident: (i) claims arising out of bodily injury or death have priority, to the extent of $180,000., over claims arising out of loss of, or damage to, property, and (ii) claims arising out of loss of, or damage to, property have priority, to the extent of $20,000., over claims arising out of bodily injury or death. 160(4.1) If the person giving proof of financial responsibility is an owner, the person shall give proof of responsibility that complies with subsection (4) in respect of each vehicle registered in his or her name. 160(5) The minister may, in his discretion, at any time, require proof of additional financial responsibility to that filed or deposited by a driver or owner pursuant to this Part; and the registrar may suspend the driver's licence and the owner's registration, if any, until the proof has been furnished. 160(6) In the case of an owner of ten or more motor vehicles to whom this Part applies, proof of financial responsibility in a form, and in an amount not less than $200,000., satisfactory to the registrar, may be accepted as sufficient for the purposes of this Part. 161(1) Subject to subsection 160(6), where proof of financial responsibility is required to be given by any person, it shall be given in one of the alternative forms hereinafter described, namely; (a) the written certificate, filed with the registrar, of an insurance company duly authorized to carry on in the province the business of automobile insurance, which certificate shall certify (i) that the company has issued to, or for the benefit of the insured named therein, a motor vehicle liability policy, in the form required by this Part, which, at the date of the certificate, is in full force and effect, and (ii) that the motor vehicle liability policy therein mentioned shall not be cancelled or expire except upon 10 days' prior written notice thereof to the registrar; or (b) the bond of a guarantee insurance or surety company duly authorized to carry on business in the province, which bond shall (i) be payable to the Minister of Finance, (ii) be in a form approved by the registrar, (iii) be filed with the registrar, (iv) be conditioned for the payment of the amount specified in this Part, and (v) not be cancelled or expire except after 10 days' written notice to the registrar; or (c) the certificate of the Minister of Finance that the person named therein has deposited with him a sum of money, or security for money approved by the Minister of Finance, in the amount or value of $200,000. for each motor vehicle registered in the name of the person; which deposit shall be accepted and certificate issued by the Minister of Finance on request by that person; or (d) a motor vehicle liability insurance card. 161(2) Where the Superintendent of Insurance notifies the registrar that the licence of an insurer duly authorized to carry on in the province the business of automobile insurance has been cancelled or suspended, a certificate given under clause (1)(a) by that insurer is not, thereafter, proof of financial responsibility; and the registrar shall immediately require every person who is maintaining proof of financial responsibility by such a certificate from that insurer to file, within ten days or such shorter period as may be fixed by the registrar, further proof of financial responsibility by a certificate from some other insurer or in any other form authorized by subsection (1). 161(3) Where a person required under subsection (2), to file further proof of financial responsibility fails to do so within the time fixed, this Part applies as if he had not previously filed proof of financial responsibility. 161(4) Where a certificate has been given by an insurance company under clause (1)(a), until notice of cancellation or expiration is given by the company to the registrar as provided in that clause or until the certificate ceases, as provided in subsection (2), to be proof of financial responsibility, the certificate is valid and sufficient to cover the term of renewal of a motor vehicle liability policy by the insurer, or any renewal or extension of the term of the insured's licence or registration by the registrar. 161(5) A person who is not a resident of Manitoba may, for the purposes of this Part, give proof of financial responsibility, (b) subject to subsection (6), by filing a certificate of insurance in a form approved by the registrar, issued by any insurer authorized to transact automobile insurance in the province, state, territory, district, or country, in which the person resides. 161(6) A certificate issued under clause (5)(b) by an insurer that is not authorized to carry on in Manitoba the business of automobile insurance is not effectual for the purpose of subsection (5) unless the insurer has filed with the Superintendent of Insurance, in a form prescribed by him, (a) a power of attorney authorizing the Superintendent of Insurance to accept service of notice or process for itself in any action or proceeding against it arising out of a motor vehicle accident in Manitoba; (i) to appear in any action or proceeding against it or its insured arising out of a motor vehicle accident in Manitoba and of which it has knowledge, (ii) that upon receipt from the Superintendent of Insurance of any notice or process served upon him in respect of its insured, or in respect of its insured and another or others, and sent by the superintendent to it as hereinafter provided, it will forthwith cause the notice or process to be personally served upon its insured, and (iii) not to set up any defence to any claim, action, or proceeding, under a motor vehicle liability policy issued by it, which might not be set up if the policy had been issued in Manitoba in accordance with the law of Manitoba relating to motor vehicle liability policies, and to satisfy up to the limits of liability stated in the policy and, in any event, to an amount not less than the limits of liability fixed in section 160 any judgment rendered against it or its insured by a court in Manitoba, and become final, in any such action or proceeding. 161(7) Subject to subsection (8), where an insurer to which subsection (5) refers is not authorized to carry on in Manitoba the business of automobile insurance, notice or process in any action or proceeding in Manitoba against it or its insured arising out of a motor vehicle accident in Manitoba, may be effectually served upon the insurer or the insured, or upon both of them, by leaving three copies of the notice or process with the Superintendent of Insurance. 161(8) Where the insurer is not a party to the action or proceeding, the person who leaves with the superintendent the copies of the notice or process shall, at the same time, leave with him a written statement, signed by the person who issued or caused to be issued the notice or process, and stating the full name and address of the insurer against whose insured the action or proceeding is taken. 161(9) Upon receipt of notice or process under subsection (7), the Superintendent of Insurance shall forthwith mail two copies thereof, by registered mail, to the insurer at its address last known to him. 161(10) In any action or proceeding against an insurer who has given to the superintendent an undertaking under clause (6)(b), the plaintiff may give evidence of the undertaking; and the undertaking shall for all purposes of the action or proceeding be deemed to be a covenant for valuable consideration made by the insurer with the plaintiff. 161(11) Where an insurer that has filed the documents described in subsection (6) defaults thereunder, certificates of the insurer shall not thereafter be accepted as proof of financial responsibility so long as the default continues; and the registrar shall forthwith give written notice of the default to the Superintendent of Insurance and to the proper officers in charge of the registration of motor vehicles, and the licensing of drivers, in all provinces of Canada and in all states, territories, or districts, in the United States where the certificates of the insurer are accepted as proof of financial responsibility. (c) claims arising out of bodily injury or death have priority, to the extent of $180,000, over claims arising out of loss of, or damage to, property; and (d) claims arising out of loss of, or damage to, property have priority, to the extent of $20,000, over claims arising out of bodily injury or death. 163 Where security is required to be given by any person under clause 271(4)(a), it shall be given by the certificate of the Minister of Finance that the person named therein has deposited with him the sum of money fixed by the registrar, or security for money approved by the Minister of Finance, which deposit shall be accepted and certificate issued by the Minister of Finance on request by that person. 164(1) Proof of financial responsibility given under section 161, shall be held as security for the payment of any judgment that may be recovered against the person making the deposit in an action for damages resulting from bodily injury to, or the death of, another or damage exceeding $1,000. to property caused by an accident, occurring after the date upon which the deposit is made and occasioned by, or arising out of, the ownership, maintenance, operation, or use, of a motor vehicle by the person making the deposit or by any other person for whose negligence the person making the deposit is liable. 164(2) Any money or security deposited with the Minister of Finance under section 163, shall be held by the Minister of Finance as security for the payment of any sum that may be agreed upon as liquidated damages, or any judgment that may thereafter be recovered against the person making the deposit in an action for damages resulting from bodily injury to, or the death of, another or damages exceeding $1,000. to property caused by an accident, (a) by reason of the occurrence of which the deposit of security is required; and (b) which was occasioned by, or arose out of, the ownership, maintenance, operation, or use, of a motor vehicle by the person making the deposit or by another person for whose negligence the person making the deposit is liable. 164(3) Money and securities deposited with the Minister of Finance shall be paid over by him on the order of the court, or of a judge thereof, to satisfy a judgment recovered as set out in subsection (1) or (2), or to satisfy any sum that may be agreed upon as liquidated damages occasioned by, or arising out of, the accident. 164(4) A bond, money, or security, deposited with the registrar or the Minister of Finance pursuant to section 161 or 163, shall not, in the hands of the registrar or the Minister of Finance, respectively, be subject to any other claim or demand. 164(5) Where a judgment to which this Part applies is rendered against the principal named in the bond deposited with the registrar, and the judgment is not satisfied within thirty days after it has been rendered, the judgment creditor may, for his own use and benefit and at his sole expense, bring an action on the bond in the name of the Minister of Finance; and may, to the extent of the bond but no more, recover the amount of his judgment and costs against the person executing the bond; and the amount so recovered shall, on the order of the court in which the judgment is obtained, or of a judge thereof, be paid over to the person recovering the judgment. 164(6) Where the Minister of Finance is satisfied that a sum has been agreed upon as liquidated damages occasioned by, or arising out of, the accident, upon request of the person making the deposit he may, from the money or securities so deposited, pay to the person entitled thereto the sum agreed upon; and, if he is satisfied that the sum agreed upon has been paid, he may pay to the person making the deposit the money or securities so deposited with him or the balance thereof remaining in his hands after making payment as aforesaid of the sum agreed upon. 165(1) A motor vehicle liability policy to which reference is made in this Part includes insurance coverage provided under The Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Act and the regulations made thereunder, whether evidenced by a form of policy or not, or in a form prescribed under The Insurance Act. 165(2) Any insurer that has issued a motor vehicle liability policy to a person who is required under this Part to give proof of financial responsibility shall, as and when the insured requests, deliver to him for filing, or file direct with the registrar, a certificate for the purposes of this Part. 165(3) Such a certificate filed with the registrar shall be a conclusive admission by the insurer that a policy has been issued in the form prescribed by subsection (1) and in accordance with the terms of the certificate. 165(4) Every insurer shall notify the registrar of the cancellation or expiry of any motor vehicle liability policy for which a certificate has been issued, at least ten days before the date of the cancellation or expiry; and, in the event of failure to give such notice, the policy shall remain in full force and effect. 166(1) Subject to subsection 270(1), where a judgment is rendered by any court in Canada or the United States against a person who is not a resident of the province and who fails to satisfy the judgment within 30 days from the date thereof, in an action for damages resulting from bodily injury to, or the death of, another, or damage exceeding $1,000. to property, occasioned by, or arising out of, the ownership, maintenance, operation, or use, of a motor vehicle by that person, the privilege of driving a motor vehicle in the province (other than to remove it therefrom) and the privilege of using, or having in the province, a motor vehicle registered in any province, state, or country in the name of that person, by reason thereof, is and becomes suspended forthwith upon the recovery of the judgment, and remains suspended until the person has, to the extent required by subsection 270(5), discharged or satisfied the judgment and given proof of financial responsibility. 166(2) Where a person who is not a resident of the province is convicted by any court in Canada or the United States of an offence mentioned in subsection 264(1), or of an offence that, if committed in Manitoba, would be a violation of one or more of the provisions of the law mentioned in subsection 264(1), or forfeits his bail when charged with such an offence, the privilege of driving a motor vehicle in the province (other than to remove it therefrom) and the privilege of using, or having in the province, a motor vehicle registered in any province, state, or country in the name of that person, by reason of the conviction or forfeiture, is and becomes suspended forthwith upon such conviction or forfeiture, and remains suspended until he gives proof of financial responsibility. 166(3) Where a person who is not a resident of the province is the driver or owner of a motor vehicle that is in any manner, directly or indirectly, involved in an accident causing bodily injury to, or the death of, any person or damage to property in an amount apparently exceeding $1,000., the privilege of driving a motor vehicle in the province (other than to remove it therefrom) and the privilege of using, or having in the province, a motor vehicle registered in any province, state, or country in the name of that person, by reason of the motor vehicle being, directly or indirectly, involved in the accident, is suspended forthwith upon the happening of the accident, and remains suspended until the person (a) gives security, sufficient in the opinion of the registrar, to satisfy any judgment that may thereafter be recovered against that person as a result of the accident, or any sum that may be agreed upon as liquidated damages, but subject to the limit as to amount stated in section 160; and (b) gives proof of financial responsibility. 167 Where under the laws of a province or territory of Canada or a state of the United States of America or the District of Columbia, a person's licence or the registration of a person's motor vehicle is suspended, cancelled or revoked or a person is disqualified or prohibited from driving a motor vehicle, holding a driver's licence or registering his or her vehicle under a provision of that law that the registrar determines to be analogous to a provision of this Act or the regulations, the registrar shall suspend, cancel or revoke the person's licence or the registration of the person's motor vehicle or disqualify the person from driving a motor vehicle, applying for or holding a driver's licence or registering his or her vehicle in Manitoba for the length of time provided under that law. 168(1) No person under the age of sixteen years shall register a motor vehicle. (a) by both of the applicant's parents; (b) if the registrar is satisfied that it is not practical or desirable to obtain the approval and signature of both of the applicant's parents, by either of them; (c) if one of the applicant's parents is dead, by the surviving parent; (d) if the registrar is satisfied that the approval and signature of neither of the applicant's parents should be required, or if both of the applicant's parents are dead, by the applicant's legal guardian; or (e) in circumstances described in clause (d) but in which the applicant has no legal guardian, by his or her employer, or any other person the registrar considers to be a responsible and suitable person. 168(3) The registrar, on the written request of a person who has approved and signed an application by a minor pursuant to subsection (2) shall cancel the registration made by the minor. 169 No person shall register a motor vehicle that is not a truck as a truck. (a) use or possess a fictitious, cancelled or suspended registration; (a.1) use or possess the licence of another person, or permit another to use or possess his or her licence, or possess a fictitious or altered licence, for any purpose other than one described in clause (a.2); (a.2) use or possess the licence of another person, or permit another to use or possess his or her licence, or use or possess a fictitious or altered licence, for the purpose of purchasing or obtaining or attempting to purchase or obtain liquor in contravention of The Liquor and Gaming Control Act; (i) while the person's licence is suspended or the person is disqualified from holding a licence, or (ii) if the person has not reinstated his or her licence and right to hold a licence after a suspension or cancellation; (i) while the vehicle's registration card is suspended or the person is disqualified from registering a vehicle, or (ii) if the person has not reinstated the vehicle's registration card and his or her right to register a vehicle after a suspension or cancellation; (d) use a driver's licence that is not valid; (e) alter or deface a registration card, a licence, a motor vehicle liability insurance card, or a certificate of insurance issued under The Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Act, or any other document, certificate, permit or card issued under, or required by, this Act or The Drivers and Vehicles Act; (i) a licence that has been defaced, or (ii) a registration card, a permit, a motor vehicle liability insurance card, or a certificate of insurance issued under The Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Act, or any other document, certificate, permit or card issued under, or required by, this Act or The Drivers and Vehicles Act, that has been altered or defaced or is illegible; (g) lend his permit or licence of any class to another person or permit another person to use it; (h) when applying for a driver's licence or permit or a renewal, replacement or reinstatement of a driver's licence or permit represent himself or herself to be another person; or (i) both a valid driver's licence and a valid out-of-province driving permit, or (ii) more than one valid out-of-province driving permit. 170(1.1) Clauses (1)(b) and (c) apply whether or not the period for which the cancelled or suspended licence or registration card was issued has expired when the person applies for or obtains the new licence or registration card. (i) suspend the person's licence for a term of not more than one year, or (ii) disqualify the person from holding a licence for a term of not more than one year if, at the time of the conviction, (A) the person does not hold a licence, or (B) the person's licence is suspended or he or she is disqualified from holding a licence; and (b) may, if the contravention is under another clause, impose such a suspension or disqualification. (a) seize the registration card, licence, document, certificate, permit or other card involved in the contravention; and (b) if the contravention is under clause (1)(a) or (c) or subclause (1)(f)(ii), also seize the number plates involved in the contravention. 170(5) If a registration card, number plate, licence, document, certificate, permit or other card has been seized under subsection (4), the judge or justice hearing a proceeding about the contravention may (b) order it returned to its owner, subject to such conditions as the judge or justice considers appropriate. (a) remove, deface, alter, obliterate, destroy or make illegible the vehicle identification number of a motor vehicle; or (i) it has its vehicle identification number, and (ii) that vehicle identification number has not been defaced, altered or obliterated and has not become illegible. (a) is removed or destroyed when a vehicle identification number authorized by the registrar under The Drivers and Vehicles Act is attached; or (b) is destroyed when the motor vehicle is destroyed for scrap by a recycler after he or she has complied with the requirements of the regulations in relation to that motor vehicle. (a) deface or alter a number plate or use or permit the use of a defaced or altered number plate; (b) deface or alter a currently valid validation sticker or use or permit the use of an altered or defaced currently valid validation sticker; (b.1) deface or alter a registration class sticker or use or permit the use on a number plate of an altered or defaced registration class sticker; (c) remove a number plate from a motor vehicle or trailer or a currently valid validation sticker or registration class sticker from the number plate on a motor vehicle or trailer except with the consent of the owner, under the authority of the registrar or as permitted by this Act, The Drivers and Vehicles Act or the regulations under either of those Acts; (c.1) attach or permit the attachment to a motor vehicle or trailer of a fictitious number plate or anything that is made to resemble a number plate; (c.2) operate or permit the operation of a motor vehicle or trailer to which is attached a fictitious number plate or anything that is made to resemble a number plate; (d) attach or permit the attachment to a motor vehicle or trailer of a number plate that is not authorized for use on that motor vehicle or trailer, except as permitted by this Act, The Drivers and Vehicles Act or the regulations under either of those Acts; (e) operate or permit the operation of a motor vehicle or trailer to which is attached a number plate that is not authorized for use on that motor vehicle or trailer, except as permitted by this Act, The Drivers and Vehicles Act or the regulations under either of those Acts; or (f) display a validation sticker or registration class sticker on a number plate on a motor vehicle or trailer if it was not issued for display on that number plate. 171(3) A person who contravenes a provision of subsection (1) or (2) is guilty of an offence and is liable on summary conviction to the penalties set out in section 239. 171(4) A peace officer who on reasonable grounds believes that a person has contravened subsection (2) may seize the sticker, number plate or other thing involved in the contravention. (b) order it returned to its owner, subject to such conditions as the judge or justice considers appropriate. 172(1) No person shall represent the model year of a vehicle on a sale thereof, in offering it for sale, or in any application made for its registration or for a permit for it under this Act or The Drivers and Vehicles Act, to be other than the model year as designated by the manufacturer of the vehicle at the time it was manufactured. (a) he or she holds a valid driver's licence of a class that authorizes him or her to operate the class of motor vehicle he or she is operating; or (b) he or she holds a valid out-of-province driving permit that authorizes him or her to operate the class of motor vehicle he or she is operating, and he or she is authorized by section 31 of The Drivers and Vehicles Act to drive the motor vehicle in Manitoba. 173(2) A person who holds a licence issued under section 5 of The Drivers and Vehicles Act shall not drive a motor vehicle other than one the licence authorizes, and shall observe and conform to the restrictions, conditions or limitations stated in the licence. (a) who is under the age of 16 years; or (b) who has a disease or disability that may be expected to interfere with the safe operation of a motor vehicle that may be operated with the class of licence or permit held by the person. 174(2) Clause (1)(a) does not apply to a novice driver who holds a licence of a class or subclass prescribed for novice drivers in the regulations under The Drivers and Vehicles Act. 174(3) Except as otherwise permitted in this Act or The Off-Road Vehicles Act, no person who is under the age of 18 years shall operate a motor vehicle other than a class 5 or 6 motor vehicle. 175(1) The owner of a motor vehicle or trailer shall not drive or cause it to be driven upon a highway at any time when the gross weight thereof is in excess of that for which the motor vehicle or trailer is registered. 176(1) If the registrar has allowed the conditional or restricted registration of a motor vehicle under The Drivers and Vehicles Act, no person shall drive the motor vehicle on a highway, or permit the motor vehicle to be driven on a highway, except in compliance with the conditions or restrictions of the registration. 177(1) No person shall drive a motor vehicle at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable flow of traffic except when it is necessary to do so for safe operation or to comply with this Part. 177(3) No person shall drive a tractor, or drive or tow an implement of husbandry, at a speed that is more than the lesser of (a) the lowest maximum rated speed of the tires of the tractor or implement, as indicated on the side walls of the tires; and 177(4) No person shall drive a self-propelled special mobile machine on a highway at a speed in excess of 50 kilometres per hour. 177(4.1) Subsection (4) does not apply to a truck which is a special mobile machine used for the ploughing or clearing of snow. 178(1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall drive or operate on a highway any vehicle travelling at a speed less than 40 kilometres per hour unless there is displayed on the back thereof a reflectorized warning device of a type approved by the traffic board indicating that it is a slow moving vehicle, or the vehicle is permitted to be equipped with, and is equipped with, a lamp that emits an amber light and that lights intermittently or flashes, and the lamp is in operation and the light therefrom is visible from the rear. 178(2) Except as provided in the regulations, subsection (1) does not apply to a vehicle, moped or mobility vehicle that is being driven at a speed of less than 40 kilometres per hour (a) in order to comply with any provision of this Act or the regulations or with the order of a peace officer or with the directions indicated by means of a traffic control device; or (b) when the vehicle, having been stopped, has just been put into operation and the speed thereof is being accelerated, or when the speed of the vehicle is being decreased in order to bring it to a stop; or (c) when the vehicle is disabled and is being towed or when, due to mechanical failure, it is impossible to drive the vehicle at more than 40 kilometres per hour. 179(1) No person in control or charge of a motor vehicle shall, (a) sound or permit the sounding of any bell, horn, or other signalling device so as to make an unnecessary noise; or (b) permit any unnecessary amount of smoke to escape from the motor vehicle; or (c) cause the motor vehicle to make an unnecessary noise by cutting out the muffler or otherwise; or (d) drive the motor vehicle upon a highway unless it is equipped with a muffler in good working order; but clause (a) does not apply to police or fire department vehicles or to ambulances while such vehicles or ambulances are travelling in emergencies, or to a motor vehicle operated under the authority of the Provincial Co-ordinator of Civil Defence for Manitoba. 179(2) No person shall start, drive, turn or stop a motor vehicle, or accelerate the motor of a motor vehicle while it is stationary, in such a manner as to cause any loud and unnecessary noise in, or from, the engine, exhaust system or braking system, or from the contact of tires with the roadway. 180(1) No person, other than a farmer, shall register a truck as a farm truck. (a) being used for the transportation of produce, a product, a commodity or property described in clause (2)(a), (b), (c) or (e); or 180(2) A farm truck may be used by the registered owner thereof, or by a member of his family or his employee, for the transportation of (b) commodities or other property for use on his farm; or (i) milk and eggs belonging to another farmer, and (ii) livestock belonging to another farmer unless the livestock is being transported to or from a farm, pasture or agricultural exhibition or fair and the gross vehicle weight of the vehicle or combination of vehicles used does not exceed 13,500 kilograms; or (d) himself or members of his family, or his employees; or (e) property belonging to another farmer for use on that other farmer's farm Fundamentals of Road Design read epub http://warholprints.com/library/fundamentals-of-road-design.

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