Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 49
MOTOR VEHICLES
CHAPTER 24
MISCELLANEOUS
49-2427.  Identification of state police vehicles used for highway patrol. Every motor vehicle other than motorcycles, owned by the state of Idaho and used as a state police highway patrol vehicle shall be marked as provided by section 49-2426, Idaho Code, and shall in addition, be painted with a black body and shall be identified in one (1) of the following manners:
(1)  By having a white stripe, at least six (6) inches in width, applied completely around the vehicle;
(2)  By having a blue light mounted on the top of the vehicle which must be visible from any direction; or
(3)  By having two (2) white stripes at least one and one-half (1 1/2) inches in width applied from the center point of the hood across the hood on each side and extending diagonally down to the bottom of the doors on each side of the vehicle. No other state agency, person, or local unit of government shall have any vehicle with a stripe or stripes from the center point of the hood across the hood on each side and extending diagonally down to the bottom of the doors on each side of the vehicles.

History:
[49-2427, added 1988, ch. 265, sec. 487, p. 828; am. 2009, ch. 85, sec. 1, p. 235.]


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