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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 4.13 Licensing of City Automobiles

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Chapter 4.13
Licensing of City Automobiles

Sections:

4.13.010 Personal licensing or use--Prohibited.
4.13.020 Personal licensing or use--Exemptions.
4.13.030 Identification of city automobiles--Required.
4.13.040 Identification of city automobiles--Exemptions.

4.13.010 Personal licensing or use--Prohibited.

No official or employee of the city shall apply for or obtain Missouri state license plates for use on any passenger automobile owned by the city except for those automobiles which are specifically exempted from this prohibition by the provisions of Section 4.13.020. No official or employee of the city shall affix or attach Missouri state license plates on any passenger automobile owned by the city or drive or use any passenger automobile owned by the city to which Missouri state license plates are affixed or attached except for those automobiles which are specifically exempted from this prohibition by the provisions of Section 4.13.020.
(Ord. 58598 1, 1982.)

4.13.020 Personal licensing or use--Exemptions.

The prohibitions on the use of Missouri state license plates continued in Section 4.13.010 shall not apply to passenger automobiles assigned to and used by officials or employees of the Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department. The following passenger automobiles are exempted from the prohibitions on the use of Missouri state license plates contained in Section 4.13.010:

A. One automobile assigned to the mayor of the city for his personal use;

B. One automobile assigned to the comptroller of the city for his personal use;

C. One automobile assigned to the president of the board of aldermen for his personal use; and

D. Such other automobiles as may be specifically designated by the board of aldermen by resolution upon the recommendation of the board of estimate and apportionment.

Any such resolution shall clearly identify the automobile or automobiles for which Missouri state license plates are sought, the person or persons who will use such automobile or automobiles and the conditions of such use and shall justify the need for Missouri state license plates for each such automobile.
(Ord. 58598 2, 1982.)

4.13.030 Identification of city automobiles--Required.

No official or employee of the City shall drive or use, or allow or cause to be driven or used, any passenger automobile owned by the city which is not clearly identified as being a city-owned automobile except for those automobiles which are specifically exempted from this prohibition by the provisions of Section 4.13.040. The clear identification of city-owned automobiles required by this section shall include a sign painted on each side of each such automobile which shall include the words "City of St. Louis" and an identification number which is unique to each individual automobile. Such words and numbers shall be printed with letters and numerals which are at least two and one-half inches high.
(Ord. 58598 3, 1982.)

4.13.040 Identification of city automobiles--Exemptions.

The requirement of the clear identification of city-owned automobiles contained in Section 4.13.030 shall not apply to passenger automobiles assigned to and used by officials or employees of the Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department. The following passenger automobiles are exempted from the requirement of clear identification of city-owned automobiles contained in Section 4.13.030:

A. One automobile assigned to the mayor of the city for his personal use;

B. One automobile assigned to the comptroller of the city for his personal use;

C. One automobile assigned to the president of the board of aldermen of the city for his personal use; and

D. Such other automobiles as may be specifically designated by the board of aldermen by resolution upon the recommendation of the board of estimate and apportionment.

Any such resolution shall clearly identify the automobile or automobiles for which an exemption from this requirement is sought, the person or persons who will use such automobile or automobiles and the conditions of such use and shall justify the need for the requested exemption.
(Ord. 58598 4, 1982.)

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