HF 313 –Removal of vehicles from accident scenes FLOOR ACTION: HF 313 requires a driver involved in an accident only resulting in damage to remove the vehicle from the roadway if it is operable and […]
HF 463 – Responsibilities of Motor Vehicle Enforcement Officers HF 314 – Safety passing a utility vehicle FLOOR ACTION: HF 463 authorizes peace officers employed by the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) to enforce all […]
SF 462 – Money collected for a certified driver’s abstract HF 203 – Swapping federal transportation dollars FLOOR ACTION SF 462 provides that money collected for a certified driver’s abstract by the Department of […]
SF 265 – Safe operation of bicycles SSB 1036– Enforcement of motor vehicle laws by the DOT SSB 1038 – Money collected on driver’s abstracts SSB 1140 –Lienholders of motor vehicles SSB 1149 –Installation of […]
SF 174 adds Carroll County and Clay County to the list of counties authorized to issue driver’s licenses, nonoperator’s identification cards, and persons with disabilities designations. This is necessary because the Iowa Department of Transportation closed driver’s license stations in those counties on August 31, 2016. SF 227 expands the circumstances under which an individual can operate an ATV or snowmobile with a loaded firearm without a permit to carry.
This bill allows a right turn from any lane designated for right turns, or a left turn from any lane designated for left turns on a one-way street. The bill strikes the requirement that vehicles turning left against a red light on a one-way street must turn into the leftmost lane.
SSB 1002 allows a peace officer to stop or detain a person solely texting while driving. The fine for this violation remains $30. SSB 1020 eliminates the prohibition of a person leaving a vehicle unattended without first stopping the engine.