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Page 1 of 1 189.214 Recreational vehicles -- Access to public highways -- Definitions. (1) As used in this section: (a) &quot;Appurtenances&quot; means the following devices that do not extend beyond the maximum vehicle width as established in subsection (2) of this section by <br>more than six (6) inches on either side of a recreational vehicle: <br>1. Hand holds for entry or egress; 2. Load-induced tire bulge; 3. Rearview mirrors; 4. Splash and spray suppressant devices; 5. Turn signal lamps; and 6. Shade awnings and their mounting hardware; (b) &quot;Recreational vehicle&quot; has the meaning set forth in KRS 186.650(4); and <br>(c) &quot;Width exclusion safety devices&quot; means the following devices that do not extend beyond the maximum vehicle width as established in subsection (2) of <br>this section by more than three (3) inches on either side of a recreational <br>vehicle: <br>1. Corner caps; 2. Lift pads; 3. Rear or side door hinges and protective hardware; 4. Rain gutters; 5. Side marker lamps; 6. Tarps and tarp hardware; and 7. Wall variations from a true flat. (2) A recreational vehicle that is one hundred two (102) inches in width and is registered under KRS 186.050, 186.655, or an equivalent statute from another state <br>shall have access to any public state-maintained highway in Kentucky and the <br>vehicle's appurtenances and width exclusion safety devices shall not exceed the <br>limits defined in this section. A recreational vehicle shall not exceed established <br>weight limits on Kentucky highways without first obtaining an overweight permit <br>issued under this chapter. Effective: June 20, 2005 <br>History: Amended 2005 Ky. Acts ch. 34, sec. 1, effective June 20, 2005. -- Created 2003 Ky. Acts ch. 96, sec. 1, effective June 24, 2003.

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Page 1 of 1 189.214 Recreational vehicles -- Access to public highways -- Definitions. (1) As used in this section: (a) &quot;Appurtenances&quot; means the following devices that do not extend beyond the maximum vehicle width as established in subsection (2) of this section by <br>more than six (6) inches on either side of a recreational vehicle: <br>1. Hand holds for entry or egress; 2. Load-induced tire bulge; 3. Rearview mirrors; 4. Splash and spray suppressant devices; 5. Turn signal lamps; and 6. Shade awnings and their mounting hardware; (b) &quot;Recreational vehicle&quot; has the meaning set forth in KRS 186.650(4); and <br>(c) &quot;Width exclusion safety devices&quot; means the following devices that do not extend beyond the maximum vehicle width as established in subsection (2) of <br>this section by more than three (3) inches on either side of a recreational <br>vehicle: <br>1. Corner caps; 2. Lift pads; 3. Rear or side door hinges and protective hardware; 4. Rain gutters; 5. Side marker lamps; 6. Tarps and tarp hardware; and 7. Wall variations from a true flat. (2) A recreational vehicle that is one hundred two (102) inches in width and is registered under KRS 186.050, 186.655, or an equivalent statute from another state <br>shall have access to any public state-maintained highway in Kentucky and the <br>vehicle's appurtenances and width exclusion safety devices shall not exceed the <br>limits defined in this section. A recreational vehicle shall not exceed established <br>weight limits on Kentucky highways without first obtaining an overweight permit <br>issued under this chapter. Effective: June 20, 2005 <br>History: Amended 2005 Ky. Acts ch. 34, sec. 1, effective June 20, 2005. -- Created 2003 Ky. Acts ch. 96, sec. 1, effective June 24, 2003.

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Page 1 of 1 189.214 Recreational vehicles -- Access to public highways -- Definitions. (1) As used in this section: (a) &quot;Appurtenances&quot; means the following devices that do not extend beyond the maximum vehicle width as established in subsection (2) of this section by <br>more than six (6) inches on either side of a recreational vehicle: <br>1. Hand holds for entry or egress; 2. Load-induced tire bulge; 3. Rearview mirrors; 4. Splash and spray suppressant devices; 5. Turn signal lamps; and 6. Shade awnings and their mounting hardware; (b) &quot;Recreational vehicle&quot; has the meaning set forth in KRS 186.650(4); and <br>(c) &quot;Width exclusion safety devices&quot; means the following devices that do not extend beyond the maximum vehicle width as established in subsection (2) of <br>this section by more than three (3) inches on either side of a recreational <br>vehicle: <br>1. Corner caps; 2. Lift pads; 3. Rear or side door hinges and protective hardware; 4. Rain gutters; 5. Side marker lamps; 6. Tarps and tarp hardware; and 7. Wall variations from a true flat. (2) A recreational vehicle that is one hundred two (102) inches in width and is registered under KRS 186.050, 186.655, or an equivalent statute from another state <br>shall have access to any public state-maintained highway in Kentucky and the <br>vehicle's appurtenances and width exclusion safety devices shall not exceed the <br>limits defined in this section. A recreational vehicle shall not exceed established <br>weight limits on Kentucky highways without first obtaining an overweight permit <br>issued under this chapter. Effective: June 20, 2005 <br>History: Amended 2005 Ky. Acts ch. 34, sec. 1, effective June 20, 2005. -- Created 2003 Ky. Acts ch. 96, sec. 1, effective June 24, 2003.

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