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If a liquor control licensee or wine or beer permittee or an employee of the licensee or permittee has a reasonable belief based on factual evidence that a driver’s license as defined in section 321.1, subsection 20A, or nonoperator’s identification...
The maximum speed limit of all vehicles on institutional roads at institutions under the control of the state board of regents shall be forty-five miles per hour. All driving shall be confined to driveways designated by the state board. Whenever the s...
The state board of regents may make such rules as it deems necessary and proper to provide for the policing, control, and regulation of traffic and parking of vehicles and bicycles on the property of any institution under its control. The rules may pr...
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The maximum speed limit of all vehicles on state park and preserve drives, roads, and highways shall be thirty-five miles per hour. All driving shall be confined to designated roadways. Whenever the commission determines that a thirty-five mile-per-ho...
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If a person refuses to submit to the chemical testing, a test shall not be given unless the procedure in section 462A.14D is invoked. However, if the person refuses the test, the person shall be punishable by the court according to this section. T...
A person who operates a motorboat or sailboat on the navigable waters in this state under circumstances which give reasonable grounds to believe that the person has been operating a motorboat or sailboat in violation of section 462A.14 is deemed to ...
A person commits the offense of operating a motorboat or sailboat while intoxicated if the person operates a motorboat or sailboat on the navigable waters of this state in any of the following conditions: While under the influence of an alcoholic beve...
A person who has been requested to submit to a chemical test shall be advised by a peace officer of the following: A refusal to submit to the test is punishable by a mandatory civil penalty of five hundred to two thousand dollars, and suspension of mo...
Refusal to consent to a test under section 462A.14A does not prohibit the withdrawal of a specimen for chemical testing pursuant to a search warrant issued in the investigation of a suspected violation of section 462A.14 if all of the following gr...
A person who operates a motorboat or sailboat after the person has been ordered, pursuant to section 462A.14 or 462A.14B, not to operate a motorboat or sailboat commits a serious misdemeanor, punishable with a jail term and a mandatory fine of one...