321.453  Exceptions.

The provisions of this chapter governing size, weight, and load, and the permit requirements of chapter 321E do not apply to fire apparatus, road maintenance equipment owned by or under lease to any state or local authority, implements of husbandry temporarily moved upon a highway, implements of husbandry moved from farm site to farm site or between the retail seller and a farm purchaser, implements of husbandry moved between any site and the site of an agricultural exposition or a fair administered pursuant to chapter 173 or 174, indivisible implements of husbandry temporarily moved between the place of manufacture and a retail seller or a farm purchaser, implements of husbandry received and moved by a retail seller of implements of husbandry in exchange for a purchased implement, or implements of husbandry moved for repairs, except on any part of the interstate highway system. A vehicle, carrying an implement of husbandry, which is exempted from the permit requirements under this section shall be equipped with an amber flashing light under section 321.423, shall be equipped with warning flags on that portion of the vehicle which protrudes into oncoming traffic, and shall only operate from thirty minutes prior to sunrise to thirty minutes following sunset. The one hundred-mile distance restriction contained in the definition of implement of husbandry in section 321.1 does not apply to this section.

Section History: Early form

  [C39, § 5035.02; C46, 50, 54, 58, 62, 66, 71, 73, 75, 77, 79, 81, § 321.453; 82 Acts, ch 1154, § 3, ch 1254, § 3]

Section History: Recent form

  86 Acts, ch 1210, § 6; 87 Acts, ch 186, §4; 94 Acts, ch 1087, §3; 94 Acts, ch 1198, §45; 98 Acts, ch 1003, §1; 98 Acts, ch 1223, §26

Internal References

  Referred to in § 321.1, 321.383, 321E.1

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