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Traffic Offenses on Premises Open to the Public
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(1) No operator of a motor vehicle shall proceed from one street to an intersecting street by crossing private property or premises open to the public. This provision shall not apply to the operator of a motor vehicle who stops on the property for the purpose of procuring or providing goods or services.

(2) Violation of this section is a municipal offense subjecting the violator to arrest by a police officer or private citizen if the violation takes place in the presence of the officer or citizen or by a police officer acting under authority of a municipal court warrant.

(3) Convictions shall not be reported to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

(Section 5.555 amended by Ordinance No. 17690, enacted June 28, 1976; Ordinance No. 19500, enacted September 28, 1987; and Ordinance No 20256, enacted June 10, 2002, effective July 10, 2002.)