It is unlawful to follow a snowplow closer than 200 feet.
- It is illegal ( State Statute 346.915) to follow a snowplow closer than 200 feet upon entering any highway having a posted speedlimit of more than 35 mph if the snowplow is engaged in snow and ice removal. The majority of the crashes involving snowplows and vehicles happen when a snowplow is rear ended or hit while being passed. Snowplows have plow wings that can extend anywhere from 2 and 10 feet beyond the width of the truck. This wing is often not seen because of blowing snow kicked up by the snowplow.
It is unlawful to push snow or other materials onto or across roadways.
- It can cause accidents and/or death and is strictly prohibited under Wisconsin Statues 86.01 and/or 346.94(5). Anyone who does not comply will be held responsible for all pentalties and liabilities.
It is unlawful to place signs in the County Trunk Highway Right of Way.