Sec. 6. (a) A person may not place, maintain, or display an advertising sign, signal, or
device on or over the roadway of a highway.
(b) A person may not place, maintain, or display an advertising sign, signal, or device
on a highway in a city between the curb and sidewalk. If the curb and sidewalk join, a person may not place, maintain, or display on the
sidewalk an advertising sign, signal, or device closer than ten (10) feet from the
curb line. Overhanging signs may not overhang the curb.
(c) A person may not place, maintain, or display an advertising sign or device of
any character within one hundred (100) feet of a highway outside the corporate limits
of an incorporated city or town that obstructs the view of:
(1) the highway; or
(2) an intersecting highway, street, alley, or private driveway;
of a person traveling the highway for a distance of five hundred (500) feet or less
from the sign or device as the person approaches the highway or intersecting highway.
(d) A person may not place, maintain, or display an advertising sign or a device of
a permanent or semipermanent character on a highway right-of-way.
(e) Each sign, signal, or marking prohibited under this section is declared to be
a public nuisance. The authority having jurisdiction over the highway may remove or cause to be removed
the prohibited sign, signal, or marking without notice.
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