Passing in a No Passing Zone – The Primary Exception

Written by Gregory Monte. This post will be the third and final installment of my discussion of motor vehicle laws related to passing/overtaking.  The first one was about approaching another car on a narrow road, the second was about your obligation when overtaking/approaching a frightened animal on the roadway, and this one is about passing … Continue reading Passing in a No Passing Zone – The Primary Exception

“Frightened Animals” and the Motor Vehicle Code

Written by Gregory Monte. In doing research for yesterday’s blog post about “road hogs,” I discovered a section of Wisconsin’s motor vehicle code which struck me as odd – to say the least.  Chapter 346, Section 11 describes a driver’s obligation when passing or meeting a “frightened animal:” “Whenever a person riding, driving or leading … Continue reading “Frightened Animals” and the Motor Vehicle Code