Operation of snowmobiles on or in the vicinity of highways.
Meeting of snowmobiles.
Snowmobile races, derbies and routes.
Public utility exemption.
Local ordinance to be filed.
Operation by youthful operators restricted.
Safety certification program established.
Owner permitting operation.
Head lamps, tail lamps and brakes, etc.
Noise level requirements.
Miscellaneous provisions for snowmobile operation.
Preliminary breath screening test.
Application of intoxicated snowmobiling law.
Report arrest to department.
Officer's action after arrest for operating a snowmobile while under influence of intoxicant.
Public education program.
Snowmobile registration restitution surcharge.
Registration of snowmobiles; trail use stickers.
Lac du Flambeau registration program.
Completion of application for registration by snowmobile dealers.
Uniform trail signs and standards.
Interferences with uniform trail signs and standards prohibited.
Uniform snowmobile rail crossing standards.
Snowmobile rail crossings requiring permits.
Established snowmobile rail crossings.
Snowmobile rail crossings; closing and removal; review of rail authorities; insurance rules.
Duties of snowmobile recreational council.
Recommendations of the snowmobile recreational council.
Accidents and accident reports.
Coroners and medical examiners to report; require blood specimen.
Liability of landowners.
Parties to a violation.
In this chapter:
"Board" means the natural resources board.
"Department" means the department of natural resources.
"Headlamp barrier" means a fence, natural growth, difference in elevation or other means of restricting the view that users of an adjacent roadway have of headlamps on a snowmobile trail.
"Immediate family" means persons who are related as spouses, as siblings or as parent and child.
"Intoxicant" means any alcohol beverage, controlled substance, controlled substance analog or other drug or any combination thereof.