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Please answer the following questions to the best of your ability.
What is the speed limit of a Utility Vehicle at UW-Whitewater on the sidewalks?
Walking speed of the pedestrians on the sidewalk
Both B and C
What are two examples of a Utility Vehicle?
Motorized wheelchair and golf cart
Tractor and Gator
Cushman and Mule
Mule and Backhoe
What is required to be used while operating a Utility Vehicle during the night hours?
Blinkers and headlights
Headlights and tail lights
Nothing is required, it is the operator's preference
Parking brakes and headlights
If crossing the street in a Utility Vehicle, where should this be done at?
Anywhere that is safe
Marked pedestrian crosswalks
Intersections of roadways
All of the above
When can Utility Vehicles be used/ operated?
Only during daylight hours
During business hours of the day
Only when there are no pedestrians on the sidewalks
What are possible consequences for not following the rules of operation of the Utility Vehicles on UW-Whitewater campus?
Referral to a supervisor for discipline
Revocation of driving privileges of Utility Vehicles on UW-Whitewater campus
Citation from UW-Whitewater Police Services
All of the above
If the operator of a Utility Vehicle is going to park the Utility Vehicle, the parking brake should always be engaged.
Any operator and any Utility Vehicle can drive in the prairie on UW-Whitewater campus.
If there are not enough seats for every passenger in the Utility Vehicle being operated, it is okay for someone to ride in the cargo area of the Utility Vehicle.
Any operator of a Utility Vehicle on UW-Whitewater campus must have a valid driver's license.
Utility Vehicles can be driven on any of the sidewalks on UW-Whitewater campus.
Utility Vehicles must be clearly and uniformly identified on the front and back of each vehicle.