VILLAGE OF ADDISON CODE
Chapter 11 – Motor Vehicles and Traffic
Article I. In
Limitation of Parades to
Obstruction of Driver's View;
Interference with Driving Mechanism.
Boarding or Alighting from
Vehicle in Motion.
Riders of Bicycles, Roller
Skates, etc., Clinging to Moving Vehicles.
Riding on Portion of Vehicle
Not Intended for Passengers.
Play Streets and Zones of
Enforcement and Obedience to Traffic Regulations.
Enforcement of Chapter by
Authority of Police to Direct
Traffic Generally; Assistance of Policemen by Firemen.
Obedience to Traffic Regulations
Obedience to Police.
Applicability of Chapter to
Authorized Emergency Vehicles.
Applicability of Chapter to
Government Owned Vehicles.
Applicability of Chapter to
Persons Riding Bicycles, Animals, etc.
Owners, Employers, etc.,
Requiring or Permitting Violation of Chapter.
Operation of Vehicles.
State License Required.
Proper Side of Highway.
Driving with Windshield, etc.,
Passing Vehicles Proceeding in
Overtaking and Passing--On Left
Same--Limitations on Overtaking
and Passing on Left.
Approaching, Overtaking and
Passing School Bus.
§11-25. Dimming Headlights.
Driving on Roadways Laned for
One Way Roadways and Rotary
Following Too Closely
Driving onto or from Controlled
Turning at Intersections.
Driving on Divided Roadways.
Stop or Turn Signals--When
Same--Methods of Giving
Same--Method of Giving Hand and
Same--Vehicles Turning Left.
Same--Vehicles Entering Through
Streets, Stop Intersections or Stop Crosswalks.
Same--Vehicles Entering Yield
Same--Vehicles Entering Street
from Private Road or Driveway.
Emerging from Alley, Driveway or
Duty on Approach of Authorized
Obedience to Signal, etc.,
Indicating Approach of Train.
Certain Vehicles to Stop at all
Railroad Grade Crossings; Exceptions.
Stopping to Avoid Obstructing
Following Fire Apparatus.
Crossing Fire Hose.
Driving in Funeral or Other Procession;
Identification of Funeral of Procession.
Driving between Vehicles in
Driving on Sidewalk.
§11-54. Motor Vehicle Access to the Village Green.
Repealed by Ord. 08-14, 3/3/08
Vehicles Making Loud or
Same--Minimum Speed Regulation.
Riding on Motorcycles.
Use of Motorcycles, Minibikes,
Golf Carts, etc.
Village Motor Vehicle or Motor Bicycle License.
Fees; Late Charges;
Issuance and Display of Sticker.
Equipment on Vehicles.
Lamps--Requirements for Motor
Vehicles, Motorcycles, etc. Generally.
Same--Requirements for Vehicles
Not Specifically Mentioned Elsewhere in Article.
Same--Spot Lamps and Auxiliary
Same--Number of Driving Lamps
Required or Permitted.
Lamp or Flag on Projecting Load.
Horns and Warning Devices.
Stopping, Standing and Parking.
Manner of Parking Generally.
Parking--Prohibited for Certain
Same--Restricted on Certain
Same--Prohibited in Certain
Same--Prohibited for Certain
Same--Restrictions on Parking in
Loading Zones, in Front of Entrances to Hospitals and Hotels, etc.
Same--Thirty Minute Parking
between 2:00 A.M. and 5:00 A.M.
Unauthorized Use of Parking
Places Reserved for Handicapped Persons.
Use of Bus Stops and Taxicab
Stands by Vehicles Other Than Buses and Taxicabs.
Prohibited Overnight Parking of
Trucks and Construction Equipment.
Trailers and Semi-trailers.
Trucks, Truck Tractors, etc. in Residential and
Same--Standing Upon Perceptible
Vehicles with Reflectors Not
Required to Display Lights When Parked at Night.
Presumption of Owner's Liability.
Penalties for Stopping, Standing, Parking and
Vehicle Compliance Violations.
General Traffic Violation Penalty.
Traffic Control Devices.
Authority to Install.
When Devices Required for
Chapter to be Enforceable.
Traffic Control Signal Legend.
Pedestrian Control Signals.
Lane Control Signals.
Unauthorized Signs, Signals or
§11-103. Interference with Official
Traffic Control Devices, etc.
Duty of Drivers
Generally--Accidents Involving Death or Personal Injury.
Same--Accidents Involving Damage
Same--Giving Information and
Same--Upon Striking Unattended
Vehicle or Property.
Duty of Occupant or Owner of
Vehicle to Make Report.
Applicability of Chapter.
Right-of-Way at Crosswalk.
Crossing at Other Than Crosswalk;
Standing or Loitering in Roadway Restricted.
Duty to Use Right Half of
Walking on Streets.
Solicitation of Rides.
Article X. Size,
Weight and Load.
Compliance with and Applicability
Certain Heavy Vehicles Prohibited
on Village Streets.
Liability for Damages Caused by
Required Marking for Second
Projecting Loads on Passenger
Planking Edge of Pavement for
Metal Tired or Other Heavy Vehicles.
Spilling Loads on Highways;
Compliance with Weight
Requirements of State Law Generally.
Village Manager to Route Vehicles with Gross Weight of More
Than Five Tons per Axle.
§11-128. Industrial Truck Routes.
Police Officers to Weigh
Vehicles, Require Removal of Excess Loads, etc.
Liability of Owner and Operator
Abandoned, Hazardous or Unlawful Vehicles.
Leaving Wrecked, Nonoperating,
etc., Vehicle on Street.
Inoperable Motor Vehicles
Duty to Comply with Notice to
Authorization for Towing.
Pre-Tow Notice for Abandoned
Pre-Tow Hearing Procedures.
Post-Tow Notice for Hazardous and
Post-Tow Hearing Procedures.
Article XII. Adoption of Certain Portions of the
Illinois Motor Vehicle Code by Reference.
Provisions of Illinois Motor Vehicle Code Adopted.
Article XIII. Vehicle Immobilization Program
Vehicle Immobilization Program
Vehicles Eligible for
Notice of Vehicle Immobilization
Notice to be Affixed to
Towing of Immobilized Vehicle.
Release of Immobilized Vehicle.
Imobilized Vehicle Hearing.
Unlawful to Relocate Immobilized
Article XIV. Restitution.
Restitution for Costs of
Emergency Response to Driving under Influence Incidents.
Article XV. Penalty.