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A The driver of any vehicle on a highway shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian crossing such highway: B Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection A, at intersections or crosswalks where the movement of traffic is being regulated by law-e . . .
When crossing highways, pedestrians shall not carelessly or maliciously interfere with the orderly passage of vehicles. They shall cross, wherever possible, only at intersections or marked crosswalks. Where intersections contain no marked crosswalks, . . .
Nothing contained in § 46.2-933 shall be construed to deprive any totally or partially blind or otherwise incapacitated person not carrying such a cane or walking stick or not being guided by a dog, of the rights and privileges conferred by law upon . . .
As used in this article, unless the context requires a different meaning: “Inherent risks of winter sports” or “inherent risks of the winter sport” include: “Operator” or “winter sports area operatorR . . .
Certain vehicles exempt from regulations in certain situations; exceptions and additional requirements (§ 46.2-920)2016
A The driver of any emergency vehicle, when such vehicle is being used in the performance of public services, and when such vehicle is operated under emergency conditions, may, without subjecting himself to criminal prosecution: B The exemptions gra . . .
Electric personal assistive mobility devices, electrically powered toy vehicles, and electric power-assisted bicycles (§ 46.2-908.1)2016
All electric personal assistive mobility devices, electrically powered toy vehicles, and electric power-assisted bicycles shall be equipped with spill-proof, sealed, or gelled electrolyte batteries. No person shall at any time or at any location driv . . .
The governing bodies of counties, cities, and towns may enact ordinances requiring pedestrians to obey signs and signals erected on highways therein for the direction and control of traffic, to obey the orders of law-enforcement officers engaged in d . . .
When actually boarding or alighting from buses, pedestrians shall have the right-of-way over vehicles, but shall not, in order to board or alight from buses, step into the highway sooner or remain there longer than is absolutely necessary. . . .
Whenever pedestrian control signals exhibiting the words, numbers, or symbols meaning “Walk” or “Don’t Walk” are in place such signals shall indicate and apply to pedestrians as follows: Walk. –Pedestrians facing . . .
As used in this title, unless the context requires a different meaning:”All-terrain vehicle” means a motor vehicle having three or more wheels that is powered by a motor and is manufactured for off-highway use. “All-terrain vehicle& . . .