Driving certain motor vehicles across public highway not considered operation on highway
Where any private road crosses or is crossed by a public highway, the operation of a motor vehicle across the public highway or upon the public highway for a distance of not more than 1,200 feet in the use of the private road is not subject to ORS 811.450 (Violation of posted truck routes), 815.155 (Unlawful use of device without wheels), 815.160 (Unlawful use of metal objects on tires), 815.170 (Operation without pneumatic tires), 818.020 (Violating maximum weight limits), 818.060 (Violation of administratively imposed weight or size limits), 818.090 (Violation of maximum size limits), 818.110 (Exceeding maximum number of vehicles in combination), 818.160 (Violating towing safety requirements), 818.300 (Operating with sifting or leaking load), 818.320 (Dragging objects on highway), 818.340 (Operating in violation of variance permit), 818.350 (Failure to carry and display variance permit), 818.400 (Failure to comply with commercial vehicle enforcement requirements) and ORS chapter 825, provided such vehicle or vehicle use is:
(1) Subject to a permit issued pursuant to ORS 374.308 (Presumption of written permission), 374.309 (County permits) or 374.310 (State permits), or such vehicle or vehicle use is authorized by the owner of the property subject to the permit; or
(2) A farm tractor or implement of husbandry. [Formerly 374.265; 1971 c.391 §1; 1983 c.338 §923; 1987 c.158 §66; 2011 c.330 §11; 2013 c.476 §7]
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