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300-1949-VI-STOPPING-STANDING-AND-PARKING
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MICHIGAN VEHICLE CODE (EXCERPT)
Act 300 of 1949
STOPPING, STANDING AND PARKING

DocumentTypeDescription
Section 257.672SectionStopping, parking or leaving vehicle upon paved or main traveled part of highway or upon paved or unpaved part of limited access highway; violation as civil infraction.
Section 257.673SectionRemoval of illegally stopped vehicles; costs.
Section 257.674SectionProhibited parking; exceptions; bus loading zone; violation as civil infraction.
Section 257.674aSectionClear vision areas; parking and commercial enterprises prohibited; violation as civil infraction.
Section 257.675SectionStopping, standing, or parking of vehicle; requirements; signs; traffic control orders as rules; hearing; use of windshield placard by disabled person; courtesy required; free parking sticker; display; confiscation; false statement, deception, or fraud as misdemeanor; penalty; violation as civil infraction; cancellation, revocation, or suspension; driver, chauffeur's, or state personal identification card number; signature of physician, physician assistant, certified nurse practitioner, or physical therapist; third party reimbursement or worker's compensation; "disabled person" defined.
Section 257.675aSectionUnlawful standing or parked vehicle; proof; presumption.
Section 257.675bSectionUnlawful standing or parked leased or rented motor vehicle; liability proof; information to be provided by owner; definitions.
Section 257.675cSectionStopping, standing, or parking violations; registered owner as person prima facie responsible for violation; affirmative defense; civil action; written indemnification agreement; applicability of subsection (3) to leased vehicle; issuing citation to operator.
Section 257.675dSectionAuthorizing and utilizing persons other than police officers to issue citations; violations; training program; definitions.
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