Moving violations involve the improper operation of motor vehicles (including motorcycles) on the Skidmore College campus.
|MOVING VIOLATION||THE COLLEGE DEFINITION OF A MOVING VIOLATION|
|Reckless Driving||Shall mean driving or using any motor vehicle in a manner, which unreasonably interferes with the free and proper use of the roadways or unreasonably endangers users of the roadways.|
|Speeding||Driving in excess of posted speed limits.|
|Driving on Unpaved Areas||Operating a motor vehicle on any unpaved area of the campus unless such operation is at the direction of Campus Safety or Facilities Services.|
|Avoiding Speed Bumps||By driving around them.|
|Failure to Obey Posted Instructions||Shall include One Way, Stop Signs and other posted instructions that control the operation of motor vehicles.|
|Driving While Intoxicated or Driving While Under the Influence (Alcohol and/or Drugs)||Under the laws of New York State, sanctions for violations regarding alcohol consumption and/or illegal drug use and the operation of a motor vehicle range from violations to a felony based on previous history and/or the amount of consumption and/or blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level. Also, anyone under the age of 21 who is operating a motor vehicle after having consumed alcohol is guilty of a traffic infraction regardless of whether they are intoxicated or impaired. The College reserves the right to contact local law enforcement agencies to enforce these laws.|