MOTOR VEHICLE - SUSPENSION OF ADDITIONAL FINES FOR EXCESS WEIGHT WHERE DEFENDANT FAILS TO APPEAR FOR TRIAL
MOTOR VEHICLE - SUSPENSION OF ADDITIONAL FINES FOR EXCESS WEIGHT WHERE DEFENDANT FAILS TO APPEAR FOR TRIAL The additional fine for excess weight under RCW 46.44.045 (2) may not be suspended by a justice of the peace where a defendant charged with violating some statute for which such fines are applicable posts bail in an amount equivalent to the basic fine required to be imposed upon conviction but fails to appear for trial.
MOTOR VEHICLE - FUND - USE OF MONEYS WITHIN STATE PATROL HIGHWAY ACCOUNT FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY - HIGHWAYS - USE BY STATE PATROL OF MONEYS WITHIN THE HIGHWAY SAFETY FUND AND STATE PATROL HIGHWAY ACCOUNT IN MOTOR VEHICLE FUND
MOTOR VEHICLE ‑- FUND ‑- USE OF MONEYS WITHIN STATE PATROL HIGHWAY ACCOUNT FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY ‑- HIGHWAYS ‑- USE BY STATE PATROL OF MONEYS WITHIN THE HIGHWAY SAFETY FUND AND STATE PATROL HIGHWAY... Moneys within the state patrol highway account in the motor vehicle fund and in the highway safety fund may be used for purposes of capital outlay if such expenditures are necessary for policing the public highways by the state patrol.
MOTOR VEHICLE - PROHIBITED PARKING PLACES - PARKING STRIP
MOTOR VEHICLE ‑- PROHIBITED PARKING PLACES ‑- PARKING STRIP (1) Parking strip is defined as a strip of land lying either in the middle of the street or in the space between the building line and the sidewalk, or between the sidewalk and the curb or curb line intended to be used as a park-like space; that is, not built upon but beautified with turf, trees, flower beds, etc. (2) A parking strip exists even though no curb and gutter has been installed, where it is outside that portion of the street set aside for a street purpose, and within the area set aside for sidewalk, or when otherwise specifically denoted as a parking strip.
FUNDS - STATE - MOTOR VEHICLE - HIGHWAY SAFETY - STATE PATROL RETIREMENT - APPROPRIATIONS
FUNDS ‑- STATE ‑- MOTOR VEHICLE ‑- HIGHWAY SAFETY ‑- STATE PATROL RETIREMENT ‑- APPROPRIATIONS. 1. Highway Safety Fund can be consolidated with Motor Vehicle Fund. 2. Appropriation for State Patrol Retirement Fund could be made from Motor Vehicle Fund after such consolidation.
MOTOR VEHICLE - FEES - SPECIAL FEE ON MOTOR VEHICLES NOT APPLICABLE TO TRAILERS UNDER FOUR THOUSAND POUNDS - LICENSES
MOTOR VEHICLE ‑- FEES ‑- SPECIAL FEE ON MOTOR VEHICLES NOT APPLICABLE TO TRAILERS UNDER FOUR THOUSAND POUNDS -- LICENSES The ten cent fee imposed for each motor vehicle not otherwise taxed herein by section 9, chapter 254, Laws of 1953, does not apply to trailers under four thousand pounds.