Alaska Statutes Title 28. Motor Vehicles § 28.35.261. Operation of low-speed vehicles

(a) The operator of a low-speed vehicle is subject to all the traffic and other laws applicable to operators of passenger vehicles.

(b) The operator of a low-speed vehicle may not operate that vehicle on a highway that has a maximum speed limit of more than 35 miles an hour.  Notwithstanding this subsection, the operator of a low-speed vehicle may operate that vehicle

(1) on a highway with a maximum speed limit of 45 miles an hour if the highway is

(A) within a municipality that

(i) has a population of less than 35,000;

(ii) is not connected by road to Anchorage or Fairbanks;  and

(iii) has passed an ordinance allowing for the operation of low-speed vehicles as provided for in this subparagraph;  or

(B) within an area of the unorganized borough, outside of a city, that is not connected by road to Anchorage or Fairbanks;

(2) across an intersection with a highway that has a maximum speed limit greater than is permissible for low-speed vehicles under this subsection.

(c) Notwithstanding AS 28.01.010 , a municipality may, by ordinance, further restrict the operation of low-speed vehicles within its jurisdiction.


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