(b) Any highway, any portion of which is also under the jurisdiction of a city, unless
the consent of the governing body of the city is first obtained.
(c) Any commercial vehicle coming from an unrestricted highway having ingress and
egress by direct route to and from the restricted highway when necessary for the purpose
of making pickups or deliveries of goods, wares, and merchandise from or to any building
or structure located on the restricted highway or for the purpose of delivering materials
to be used in the actual and bona fide repair, alteration, remodeling, or construction
of any building or structure upon the restricted highway for which a building permit
has previously been obtained.
(d) The operation of ambulances or hearses.
(e) Any vehicle owned, operated, controlled, or used by a public utility in connection
with the construction, installation, operation, maintenance, or repair of any public
(f) Any state highway, until the proposed ordinance has been submitted by the board
of supervisors of the county to and approved in writing by the Department of Transportation. In submitting a proposed ordinance to the department for approval, the board of
supervisors shall designate therein, an alternate route for the use of the vehicles
which shall remain unrestricted by any local regulation as to commercial vehicles
so long as the ordinance proposed shall remain in effect. The approval of the proposed ordinance by the Department of Transportation shall
constitute an approval by the department of the alternate route so designated.
(g) Vehicles operated as an incident to any industrial, commercial or agricultural
enterprise conducted within the boundaries of the unincorporated residential subdivision
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