RULES OF THE ROAD
Words and phrases defined.
Applicability of chapter.
Applicability of rules of the road to authorized emergency vehicles.
Obedience to traffic officers, signs and signals; fleeing from officer.
DRIVING, MEETING, OVERTAKING AND PASSING
Vehicles to be driven on right side of roadway; exceptions.
Meeting of vehicles.
Overtaking and passing on the left.
Passing stopped emergency or roadside service vehicles.
Overtaking certain vehicles and devices.
When overtaking and passing on the right permitted.
Limitations on overtaking on left or driving on left side of roadway.
When passing at a railroad crossing, intersection, bridge, viaduct or tunnel prohibited.
Passing or meeting frightened animal.
Driving through safety zones prohibited.
Driving on roadways laned for traffic.
Distance between vehicles.
Driving on divided highway.
Use of controlled-access highways, expressways and freeways.
Penalty for violating sections 346.04 to 346.16.
Vehicle owner's liability for fleeing a traffic officer.
Railroad crossing improvement surcharge for vehicles illegally passing at railroad crossings.
General rules of right-of-way.
What to do on approach of emergency vehicle.
Owner's liability for vehicle failing to yield the right-of-way to an authorized emergency vehicle.
Right-of-way of funeral processions and military convoys.
Owner's liability for vehicle failing to yield the right-of-way to a funeral procession.
Right-of-way of livestock.
Emergency vehicles operated as escorts and rights-of-way related to escorted vehicles.
Penalty for violating sections 346.18 to 346.21.
RESPECTIVE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF DRIVERS AND OTHER HIGHWAY USERS
Crossing controlled intersection or crosswalk.
Crossing at uncontrolled intersection or crosswalk.
Crossing at place other than crosswalk.
Blind pedestrian on highway.
Persons working on highway.
Pedestrians to walk on left side of highway; drivers to yield on sidewalks.
When standing or loitering in roadway or highway prohibited.
Penalty for violating sections 346.23 to 346.29.
TURNING AND STOPPING AND REQUIRED SIGNALS
Required position and method of turning at intersections.
Required position for turning into private road or driveway.
Turning movements and required signals on turning and stopping.
Method of giving signals on turning and stopping.
Penalty for violating sections 346.31 to 346.35.
TRAFFIC SIGNS, SIGNALS, AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS
Traffic-control signal legend.
Pedestrian control signals.