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NEW YORK VEHICLE AND TRAFFIC
VAT

Last update: 2011-11-14


  • Title 1. Words and Phrases Defined
    • Article 1. Words and Phrases Defined. 100 - 160
  • Title 2. Department of Motor Vehicles; Commissioner
    • Article 2. Department of Motor Vehicles; Commissioner 200 - 224-A
    • Article 2-A. Adjudication of Traffic Infractions 225 - 228
    • Article 2-B. Adjudication of Parking Infractions 235 - 244
    • Article 3. Exemption of Non-resident Owners and Operators 250 - 254
    • Article 3-A. Administrative Appeals 260 - 263
  • Title 3. Safety Responsibility; Financial Security; Equipment; Inspection; Size and Weight; and other Provisions
    • Article 4. Application of This Title 300
    • Article 5. Periodic Inspection of Motor Vehicles 301 - 308
    • Article 5-A. Enacted Without Article Heading. 309 - 309-E
    • Article 6. Motor Vehicle Financial Security Act 310 - 321
    • Article 7. Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act 330 - 368
    • Article 8. Indemnity Bonds or Insurance Policies on Vehicles Transporting Passengers for Hire 370 - 371
    • Article 9. Equipment of Motor Vehicles and Motorcycles 375 - 383
    • Article 10. Dimensions and Weights of Vehicles 385 - 386
    • Article 11. Civil Liability 388
    • Article 12. Other Provisions 390 - 397-B
    • Article 12-A. Motor Vehicle Repair Shop Registration Act 398 - 398-K
    • Article 12-B. Approval of Motor Vehicle Accident Prevention Courses 399-A - 399-G
    • Article 12-C. Accident Prevention Course Internet, and other Technology Pilot Program 399-K - 399-O
  • Title 4. Registration of Vehicles
    • Article 13. Application of This Title 400 - 400-A
    • Article 14. Registration of Motor Vehicles 401 - 404-W*2
    • Article 14-A. Apportionment or Allocation of Registration Fee Agreement 405 - 405-I
    • Article 14-B. Bus Taxation Proration and Reciprocity Agreement 406 - 409
    • Article 15. Registration of Motorcycles 410 - 412
    • Article 15-A. Reciprocity Agreements for the Recognition of the Agricultural Truck Registration Class 413
    • Article 16. Registration of Dealers and Transporters 415 - 419
    • Article 17. Other Provisions Relating to Registration and Possession 420 - 431
    • Article 17-A. Franchised Motor Vehicle Dealer Act 460 - 473
    • Article 17-A*. Non-driver Identification Card 490 - 495
    • Article 17-B. Interjurisdictional Pre-arranged For-hire Vehicle Operation 498
    • Article 17-C. Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District Supplemental Registration Fee 499 - 499-D
  • Title 5. Drivers' Licenses
    • Article 18. Application of This Title 500
    • Article 19. Licensing of Drivers 501 - 509
    • Article 19-A. Special Requirements for Bus Drivers 509-A - 509-O
    • Article 19-B. Special Requirements for Commercial Motor Carriers 509-P - 509-Y
    • Article 20. Suspension and Revocation 510 - 517
    • Article 21. Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program 520 - 523-B
    • Article 21-A. Restricted Use Licenses 530
    • Article 21-B. Medical Advisory Board 540 - 545
    • Article 21-C. Certificates for Escort Vehicles 546 - 551
  • Title 6. Accidents and Accident Reports
    • Article 22. Accidents and Accident Reports 600 - 605
  • Title 7. Rules of the Road
    • Article 23. Obedience to and Effect of Traffic Laws 1100 - 1105
    • Article 24. Traffic Signs, Signals and Markings 1110 - 1117
    • Article 25. Driving on Right Side of Roadway, Overtaking and Passing, Etc. 1120 - 1131
    • Article 26. Right of Way 1140 - 1146-A
    • Article 27. Pedestrians' Rights and Duties 1150 - 1157
    • Article 28. Turning and Starting and Signals on Stopping and Turning 1160 - 1166
    • Article 29. Special Stops Required 1170 - 1176
    • Article 30. Speed Restrictions 1180 - 1182-B
    • Article 31. Alcohol and Drug-related Offenses and Procedures Applicable Thereto 1192 - 1199
    • Article 32. Stopping, Standing, and Parking 1200 - 1204
    • Article 33. Miscellaneous Rules 1210 - 1229-D
    • Article 34. Operation of Bicycles and Play Devices 1230 - 1241
    • Article 34-A. Operation of Motorcycles 1250 - 1253
    • Article 34-B. Riding Horses 1260 - 1265
    • Article 34-C. Operation of Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Devices 1270 - 1277
  • Title 8. Respective Powers of State and Local Authorities
    • Article 35. Uniform Statewide Application 1600 - 1604
    • Article 36. State Department of Transportation 1610 - 1613
    • Article 37. Regulation of Traffic by Department of Transportation and other State Authorities 1620 - 1629
    • Article 38. Regulation of Traffic by Public Authorities and Commissions 1630 - 1632
    • Article 39. Regulation of Traffic by Cities and Villages 1640 - 1646
    • Article 40. Regulation of Traffic by County Superintendent of Highways 1650 - 1652-B
    • Article 41. Regulation of Traffic by Towns 1660 - 1664
    • Article 42. Regulation of Traffic by Local Authorities and School Districts 1670 - 1671
    • Article 43. Traffic Safety Boards 1672 - 1677
    • Article 44. Traffic-control Devices 1680 - 1685
    • Article 44-A. Authority of the Nassau County District Court Judicial Hearing Officer 1690
  • Title 9. Penalties and Disposition of Fines and Forfeitures
    • Article 45. Penalties and Disposition of Fines and Forfeitures 1800 - 1810
  • Title 10. Uniform Vehicle Certificate of Title Act
    • Article 46. Uniform Vehicle Certificate of Title Act 2101 - 2135
  • Title 11. Registration of Snowmobiles, Motorboats and Limited Use Vehicles
    • Article 47. Registration of Snowmobiles 2220 - 2231
    • Article 48. Registration of Vessels 2250 - 2258
    • Article 48-A. Registration of Limited Use Vehicles 2260 - 2270
    • Article 48-B. Registration of All Terrain Vehicles 2280 - 2291
    • Article 48-C. Rules for Operation of All Terrain Vehicles 2400 - 2413
  • Title 12. Effect of and Short Title of Chapter; Saving Clauses; Laws Repealed; Time to Take Effect
    • Article 49. Effect of and Short Title of Chapter 3000 - 3004
    • Article 50. Saving Clauses; Laws Repealed; Time to Take Effect 3010 - 3015

Title 1
Words and Phrases Defined

Article 1
Words and Phrases Defined.

Section 100. Definition of words and phrases.

The following words and phrases when used in this chapter shall, for the purpose of this chapter, have the meanings respectively ascribed to them in this article except where another definition is specifically provided in any title, article or section for application in such title, article or section:

Section 100-A. Access highway.

Any highway providing access between a qualifying highway, as defined in section one hundred thirty-four-a of this article, and terminals, facilities for food, fuel, repairs, and rest and, in addition, for points of loading and unloading for household goods carriers as such highways are designated by the commissioner of transportation pursuant to section sixteen hundred twenty-seven of this chapter.

Section 100-B. Ambulance.

Every motor vehicle designed, appropriately equipped and used for the purpose of carrying sick or injured persons by a person or entity registered or certified as an ambulance service by the department of health.

Section 100-C. Articulated bus.

A two unit bus with a flexible coupling connection between the units.

Section 100-D. Agricultural equipment.

Every agricultural tractor, self-propelled implement of husbandry, and towed, mounted or semi-mounted implement of husbandry. "Implement of husbandry" shall mean a vehicle designed or adapted exclusively for agricultural, horticultural or livestock raising operations or for lifting or carrying an implement of husbandry.

Section 101. Authorized emergency vehicle.

Every ambulance, police vehicle or bicycle, correction vehicle, fire vehicle, civil defense emergency vehicle, emergency ambulance service vehicle, blood delivery vehicle, county emergency medical services vehicle, environmental emergency response vehicle, sanitation patrol vehicle, hazardous materials emergency vehicle and ordnance disposal vehicle of the armed forces of the United States.

Section 101-A. Automobile transporter.

Any vehicle combination designed and used specifically for the transport of assembled (capable of being driven) motor vehicles.

Section 101-B. Boat transporter.

Any vehicle combination designed and used specifically for the transport of boats.

Section 101-C. B-train assembly.

A rigid frame extension attached to the rear frame of the first semitrailer, in a tractor-semitrailer-semitrailer combination of vehicles, which allows for a fifth wheel connection point for the second semitrailer.

Section 102. Bicycle.

Every two or three wheeled device upon which a person or persons may ride, propelled by human power through a belt, a chain or gears, with such wheels in a tandem or tricycle, except that it shall not include such a device having solid tires and intended for use only on a sidewalk by pre-teenage children.

Section 102-A. Bicycle lane.

A portion of the roadway which has been designated by striping, signing and pavement markings for the preferential or exclusive use of bicycles.

Section 102-B. Bicycle path.

A path physically separated from motorized vehicle traffic by an open space or barrier and either within the highway right-of-way or within an independent right-of-way and which is intended for the use of bicycles.

Section 103. Bureau.

The department of motor vehicles of this state acting directly or through its duly authorized officers and agents.