WVC 17 C- 13 - 7
§17C-13-7. Signs on workers' and church buses; when lawful for
such buses to stop on highways and streets.
Any bus used primarily for the transportation of workers
only and any bus operated by a church may bear upon the front and
rear thereof a plainly visible sign, either painted or affixed on
the body of the bus proper, or attached securely to the bus,
containing the words "workers bus" or "church bus," respectively,
in letters not less than eight inches in height. Any bus used
primarily for the transportation of workers only and any bus
operated by a church and bearing signs in that manner may
lawfully stop upon the paved portion of any highway or street
where there is no loading zone or pull-off adjacent to the
highway or street to load or discharge persons: Provided,
such bus shall be equipped with warning lamps permitted under
subsection (d), section nineteen, article fifteen of this
chapter, and shall use such warning lamps when stopped on the
highway or decreasing speed in order to stop, in order to warn
the operators of other vehicles of a possible traffic hazard.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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