Motor and Other vehicles
Size, Weight, and Load Limits
§ 31-25-27.7 Weight restrictions on route
(a) No commercial motor truck or tractor with a gross weight exceeding four (4)
tons, except those listed in this section, shall be allowed to travel on route
114 in the town of Warren.
(b) The director of the department of transportation is
directed to post signs to limit access as prescribed in subsection (a) of this
(c) The following vehicles shall be exempt from the
provisions of this section: any commercial vehicle whose destination is
anywhere, either on or off the routes stated in subsection (a) of this section;
any and all emergency vehicles, state vehicles, municipal vehicles, public
transit vehicles, marked school administration vehicles, and vehicles
participating in the annual 4th of July parade or other civic parades.
(d) Any commercial registered motor truck or tractor with a
gross weight exceeding four (4) tons, shall be prohibited from traveling the
routes stated in subsection (a), provided, however, commercial registered motor
trucks, tractors, and equipment exceeding four (4) tons, including tractor
trailer trucks, shall be allowed to travel north of Child Street (Route 103) on
Main Street to get to and from Barrington. Signs will be posted by the
department of transportation stating "Local Deliveries Only No Through
Trucking 4 Ton Weight Limit."
(e) Violations of this section shall be a fine of fifty
dollars ($50.00) for the first offense, not to exceed one hundred dollars
($100) for each and every subsequent offense.
History of Section.
(P.L. 2012, ch. 405, § 1; P.L. 2012, ch. 416, § 1.)