60-336.01. Low-speed vehicle, defined.

Low-speed vehicle means a (1) four-wheeled motor vehicle (a) whose speed attainable in one mile is more than twenty miles per hour and not more than twenty-five miles per hour on a paved, level surface, (b) whose gross vehicle weight rating is less than three thousand pounds, and (c) that complies with 49 C.F.R. part 571, as such part existed on January 1, 2021, or (2) three-wheeled motor vehicle (a) whose maximum speed attainable is not more than twenty-five miles per hour on a paved, level surface, (b) whose gross vehicle weight rating is less than three thousand pounds, and (c) which is equipped with a windshield and an occupant protection system. A motorcycle with a sidecar attached is not a low-speed vehicle.

Source:Laws 2007, LB286, § 26; Laws 2011, LB289, § 14; Laws 2014, LB776, § 1; Laws 2015, LB313, § 1; Laws 2016, LB929, § 2; Laws 2017, LB263, § 27; Laws 2018, LB909, § 46; Laws 2019, LB79, § 4; Laws 2019, LB270, § 13; Laws 2020, LB944, § 13; Laws 2021, LB149, § 4.