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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 17.68 Regulation of Trucks by Weight

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Chapter 17.68
Regulation of Trucks by Weight

Sections:

17.68.010 Limitation on trucks over 24,000 lbs.--Area designated.
17.68.020 Proof of loading, unloading or servicing documentation--Required.
17.68.030 Violation--Penalty.

17.68.010 Limitation on trucks over 24,000 lbs.--Area designated.

All trucks licensed for over 24,000 lbs. gross vehicle weight are prohibited except for loading, unloading or servicing within the area bounded as follows: beginning at the intersection of Memorial Drive and Walnut Street, thence west along Walnut Street to 12th Blvd., thence north along 12th Blvd. to Convention Plaza, thence east along Convention Plaza to 6th Street, thence south along 6th Street to Washington Avenue, thence east along Washington Avenue to Memorial Drive, thence south along Memorial Drive to a point of beginning. The perimeter streets named above shall not be considered as part of the prohibited area, and shall be made available for use by trucks.
(Ord. 57457 1, 1977.)

17.68.020 Proof of loading, unloading or servicing documentation--Required.

All trucks licensed for over 24,000 lbs. gross vehicle weight within the area described in Section 17.68.010 for loading, unloading or servicing shall furnish documentation of said purpose such as a bill of lading, freight bill, shipping order, manifest, shipping or consignee ticket, address of destination or address of previous stop immediately preceding.
(Ord. 57457 2, 1977.)

17.68.030 Violation--Penalty.

Any person, firm or corporation who drives or causes to be driven a truck in violation of the foregoing provisions of this chapter shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined the sum of not less than one dollar nor more than five hundred dollars.
(Ord. 57457 3, 1977.)

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