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North Dakota Statutes

North Dakota Vehicles Permitted to Use Emergency Vehicle Lights

39-01-01.2

2."Authorized emergency vehicles":

a."Class A" authorized emergency vehicles means:

(1)Vehicles of a govern mentally owned fire department.

(2)Vehicles when operated by or under the control of a police officer having authority to enforce the provisions of this title or by a salaried employee of a municipal police department within the municipality or by a sheriff or deputy sheriff not including special deputy sheriffs, or by the director of the department of corrections and rehabilitation and the director's authorized agents who have successfully completed training in the operation of class A authorized emergency vehicles.

(3)Vehicles clearly identifiable as property of the department of corrections and rehabilitation when operated or under the control of the director of the department of corrections and rehabilitation.

(4)Ambulances and other vehicles authorized by licensure granted under chapter 23-27.

(5)Vehicles operated by or under the control of the director, district deputy director, or a district deputy game warden of the game and fish department.

(6)Vehicles owned or leased by the United States and used for law enforcement purposes.

(7)Vehicles designated for the use of the adjutant general or assistant adjutant general in cases of emergency.

(8) Vehicles operated by or under the control of the director of the parks and recreation department.

(9) Vehicles operated by or under the control of a licensed railroad police officer and used for law enforcement purposes.

(10)Vehicles operated by or under the control of the state forester.

(11)Vehicles operated by or under the control of the bureau of criminal investigation and used for law enforcement purposes.

(12)Vehicles operated by or under the state department of health in cases of emergencies.

b."Class   B" authorized   emergency vehicles   means wreckers and  such other emergency vehicles as are authorized by the local authorities.

c."Class C" authorized emergency vehicles means:

(1)Vehicles used by the state division of homeland security or local division of emergency management organizations.

(2)Vehicles   used by volunteer   firefighters while performing their assigned disaster and emergency responsibilities.

(3)Vehicles,   other than   ambulances, used  by emergency medical  services personnel.

 

39-10.03.c

An emergency vehicle may not display or permit to be displayed any red lamp except when operated on official business.

 

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