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    Posted: Aug/24/2018 at 1:26pm – author:Kellee_TSASS
    2.1 Transport Vehicles and Transport Ways
    2.1.1 person:  A person is any living human. Within the context of this manual, a fetus is considered part of a pregnant woman rather than a separate individual. After death, a human body is not considered to be a person.
    2.1.2 property: Property is any physical object other than a person.
    Inclusions:
    • Real property, personal property
    • Animal — wild or domestic
    • Sign, guardrail, impact attenuator
    2.1.3 transport device: A transport device is any device designed primarily for moving persons or property along with the device itself from one place to another, except (1) a weapon, (2) a device used primarily within the confines of a building and its premises, or (3) a personal conveyance.
    Inclusions:
    • Aircraft, including drones
    • Watercraft
    • Train, including individual cars, caboose, engine
    • Snowmobile
    • Farm Tractor
    • Automobile (See 2.2.12)
    • Van (See 2.2.14)
    • Utility Vehicle (See 2.2.11)
    • Bus (See 2.2.10)
    • Truck (See 2.2.13-2.2.26 – except 2.2.14)
    • Trailer (See 2.2.15)
    • Semitrailer (See 2.2.17)
    • Motorcycle (See 2.2.9)
    • Bicycle
    • Moped (See 2.2.9.4)
    Exclusions:
    o Devices not designed primarily for moving persons or property for transportation purposes, such as construction machinery, farm or industrial machinery, army tanks, etc.
    o Devices which do not move from one place to another, such as pipelines, elevators, escalators, ski lifts, conveyor belt systems, etc.
    o Weapons, such as guns, torpedoes, etc.
    o Devices used primarily within buildings and their premises, such as fork lifts in factories or lumber yards, motorized baggage trucks in railroad stations, etc.
    o Human-powered, non-motorized devices not propelled by pedaling, such as skis, scooters, roller skates, baby carriages, etc.
    o Personal conveyances
    2.1.4 transport vehicle: A transport vehicle consists of one or more devices or animals and their load. Such devices or animals shall include at least one of the following:
    1.) A transport device, or a unit, made up of connected transport devices, while idle or in use, for moving persons or property from one place to another,
    2.) An animal or team of animals while in use for moving persons or property other than the animal or team itself from one place to another, or
    3.) A movable device such as construction, farm, or industrial machinery outside the confines of a building and its premises while in use for moving persons, the device itself, or other property from one place to another.
    If such a device or animal has a load, the load is part of that transport vehicle. Loads include:
    • Persons or property upon, or set in motion by, the device or animal
    • Persons boarding or alighting from the device or animal
    • Persons or property attached to and in position to move with the device or animal
    If the load upon a transport device includes another transport device, the entire unit including the load is considered a single transport vehicle.
    Inclusions:
    1.) Transport Devices
    • Boxcar coupled to a caboose
    • Truck tractor towing a semitrailer and a trailer (See 2.2.21)
    • Automobile or ATV towing a person on skates, skateboard, sled or bicycle
    • Snowmobile towing a skier
    • Automobile towing another automobile
    2.) Animals
    • Horse and rider
    • Dog team drawing a sled
    • Team of horses drawing a sled
    • Burro carrying a load of firewood
    3.) Other Movable Devices
    • Road grader while traveling under its own power from a maintenance depot to a working place
    • Any mower while being ridden down a street under its own power
    • Farm tractor while pulling a wagon loaded with corn from a field to a storage place
    • Army tank while moving under its own power from a firing range to a motor pool
    2.1.5 aircraft: An aircraft is a transport vehicle designed primarily for, or in use for, moving persons or property through the air from one place to another.
    2.1.6 watercraft: A watercraft is a transport vehicle designed primarily for, or in use for, moving persons or
    property on or through, and supported by, water from one place to another.
    2.1.7 land vehicle: A land vehicle is a transport vehicle which is neither an aircraft nor a watercraft.
    2.1.8 transport way: A transport way is any way or place reserved or commonly used for the operation of transport vehicles.
    Exclusions:
    o Hiking trail, sidewalk, footpath
    2.1.9 airway: An airway is a transport way reserved primarily for use by aircraft taking off, in flight, or landing.
    2.1.10 waterway: A waterway is a transport way reserved primarily for use by watercraft.
    2.1.11 land way: A land way is the space within property lines or other boundary lines of any transport way that is neither an airway nor a waterway.

    Edited by Kellee_TSASS – Aug/24/2018 at 3:29pm

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