6100.5300 Uniform Signs


Published: 2015

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6100.5300 UNIFORM SIGNS.


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Subpart 1.

In general.

The signs in subparts 2 to 10 are designated as necessary and desirable to control, direct, or regulate the operation and use of snowmobiles for the purposes indicated.


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Subp. 2.

Informational blazer.

Informational blazer to be used in indicating intersections or major changes in trail direction through use of the 7-1/2 inch decals shown below, or comparable screened insignia.




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Subp. 3.

Directional blazer.

Directional blazer to be used in indicating minor changes in trail direction through use of the 5-1/4 inch arrow decal shown below or comparable screened insignia.




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Subp. 4.

Reassuring blazer.

Reassuring blazer placed along trail often enough to reassure that the user is on trail.




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Subp. 5.

Color of blazers.

The blazers in subparts 2 to 4 are to be orange Scotchlite #3274 or its equivalent.


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Subp. 6.

Directional decals.

The following directional decals are to be used:

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A.

Directional decal to be used on the 14 inch by 18-1/4 inch informational blazer.




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B.

Directional decal to be used on the 9-1/4 inch by 12 inch directional blazer.





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Subp. 7.

Intersectional decals.

Intersectional decals to be used on the 14 inch by 18-1/4 inch informational blazer.




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Subp. 8.

Intersectional decals.

Decals in subparts 6 and 7 to have background or orange Scotchlite #3274 or equivalent with insignia screened black.


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Subp. 9.

Stop sign.

Stop sign to be used along trail prior to road or highway crossing. Placement to be approximately 25 feet from such crossing point. Colors and reflectorization to conform to highway standards.




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Subp. 10.

No snowmobiling sign.

No snowmobiling to be used to indicate trails and areas where snowmobile use is prohibited. Background color is to be orange Scotchlite #3274 or equivalent; snowmobile symbol to be 60 percent black, prohibiting slash and letters solid black.


From and after October 1, 1970, no sign intended for any of the purposes indicated in the preceding paragraph shall be erected by the state or its governmental subdivisions unless such sign is substantially in the form, shape, dimensions, and colors shown in the preceding paragraph.
Detailed plans and specifications of such signs will be available upon written request to the commissioner.