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Title 13 . Public Safety
Chapter 2 . General Provisions
Section 107. Driving on mountain highways

13 AAC 02.107. Driving on mountain highways

A driver of a motor vehicle traveling on mountain roadways or through canyons or other terrain in which the roadway is narrow and winding, or visibility is restricted, shall drive his vehicle as near the right-hand edge of the roadway as is reasonably practicable. The driver may give audible warning with the horn when approaching the crest of a grade or curve where the view is obstructed for a distance of 200 feet along the roadway as measured from the front of his vehicle, if the driver believes that audible warning is reasonably necessary to assure safe operation.

History: Eff. 6/28/79, Register 70

Authority: AS 28.05.011

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