Part I.  General Provisions


     291C-1 Definitions

     291C-2 Trauma system surcharge

     291C-3 State and county safe routes to school programs;

            coordinators; grants; reports

     291C-4 Safe routes to school program special fund;


     291C-5 Safe routes to school program surcharge


        Part II.  Collisions and Collision Reports

    291C-11 Provisions of part apply throughout State

    291C-12 Collisions involving death or serious bodily injury

  291C-12.5 Collisions involving substantial bodily injury

  291C-12.6 Collisions involving bodily injury

    291C-13 Collisions involving damage to vehicle or property

    291C-14 Duty to give information and render aid

    291C-15 Duty upon striking unattended vehicle or other


    291C-16 Immediate notice of collision

    291C-17 Written reports of accidents

    291C-18 False reports

    291C-19 Garages to report

    291C-20 Disclosure of traffic collision reports




        Part III.  Obedience to and Effect of Traffic Laws

    291C-21 Provisions of parts III to XIV refer to vehicles

            upon the highways; exceptions

    291C-22 Repealed

    291C-23 Obedience to police officers

    291C-24 Persons riding animals or driving animal-drawn


    291C-25 Persons working on highways; exceptions

    291C-26 Authorized emergency vehicles

    291C-27 Emergency vehicle stopped for emergencies; duty

            of approaching vehicle


        Part IV.  Traffic Signs, Signals and Markings

    291C-31 Obedience to and required traffic-control devices

    291C-32 Traffic-control signal legend

    291C-33 Pedestrian-control signals

    291C-34 Flashing signals

    291C-35 Lane-direction-control signals

    291C-36 Display of unauthorized signs, signals, or markings

    291C-37 Interference with official traffic-control devices

            or railroad signs or signals

    291C-38 Longitudinal traffic lane markings

    291C-39 Traffic control devices; uniform standards and



        Part V.  Driving on Right Side of Roadway;

                 Overtaking and Passing; Use of Roadway

    291C-41 Drive on right side of roadway; exceptions

    291C-42 Passing vehicles proceeding in opposite directions

    291C-43 Overtaking a vehicle or bicycle on the left

    291C-44 When overtaking on the right is permitted

    291C-45 Limitations on overtaking on the left

    291C-46 Further limitation on driving on left of center of


    291C-47 No-passing zones

    291C-48 One-way roadways and rotary traffic islands

    291C-49 Driving on roadways laned for traffic

    291C-50 Following too closely

    291C-51 Driving on divided highways

    291C-52 Restricted access

    291C-53 Restrictions on use of controlled-access roadway or


    291C-54 Repealed



        Part VI.  Right-of-Way

    291C-61 Vehicle approaching or entering intersection

    291C-62 Vehicle turning

    291C-63 Vehicle entering stop or yield intersection

    291C-64 Vehicle entering highway from private road or


    291C-65 Operation of vehicles on approach of authorized

            emergency vehicles


        Part VII.  Pedestrians' Rights and Duties

    291C-71 Pedestrian obedience to traffic-control devices and

            traffic regulations

    291C-72 Pedestrians' right-of-way in crosswalks

    291C-73 Crossing at other than crosswalks

    291C-74 Drivers to exercise due care

    291C-75 Pedestrians to use right half of crosswalks

    291C-76 Pedestrians on roadways

    291C-77 Pedestrians soliciting rides, business, or attention

            of motorist

    291C-78 Driving through safety zone prohibited

    291C-79 Pedestrians' right-of-way on sidewalks


        Part VIII.  Turning and Starting and Signals on

                    Stopping and Turning

    291C-81 Required position and method of turning at


    291C-82 Turning so as to proceed in the opposite direction

    291C-83 Starting parked vehicle

    291C-84 Turning movements and required signals

    291C-85 Signals by hand and arm or signal lamps

    291C-86 Method of giving hand-and-arm signals


        Part IX.  Special Stops Required

    291C-91 Obedience to signal indicating approach of train

    291C-92 All vehicles must stop at certain railroad grade


    291C-93 Certain vehicles must stop at all railroad


    291C-94 Emerging from alley, driveway, or building

    291C-95 Overtaking and passing school bus


        Part X.  Speed Restrictions

   291C-101 Basic rule

   291C-102 Noncompliance with speed limit prohibited

   291C-103 Racing on highways

   291C-104 Speeding in a school zone or construction area

   291C-105 Excessive speeding

   291C-106 Speed limit for Daniel K. Inouye highway

   291C-107 Speed limits; factors to consider


        Part XI.  Stopping, Standing and Parking

   291C-111 Noncompliance with stopping, standing, or parking


 291C-111.5 State highway enforcement program; establishment;

            annual reports

   291C-112 Certain uses of parked vehicles prohibited between

            6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.; definition; exceptions

   291C-113 Ordinances regulating use of vehicles for purposes

            of human habitation

   291C-114 Parking on sidewalks

   291C-115 Wheel boots prohibited


        Part XII.  Miscellaneous Rules

   291C-121 Unattended motor vehicle

 291C-121.5 Leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle

   291C-122 Limitations on backing

   291C-123 Driving or parking upon bikeway; parking penalty

   291C-124 Obstruction to driver's view or driving mechanism

   291C-125 Opening and closing vehicle doors

   291C-126 Riding in house trailers

   291C-127 Coasting prohibited

   291C-128 Following emergency vehicle prohibited

   291C-129 Crossing fire hose

   291C-130 Slow moving vehicle emblem required; penalty

 291C-130.5 Dangerous wheels; prohibited

   291C-131 Spilling loads on highways; penalties

   291C-132 Littering from vehicles

   291C-133 Waste material falling from motor vehicles

   291C-134 Neighborhood electric vehicles; speed;


 291C-134.5 Electric personal assistive mobility devices;


   291C-135 Tow trucks; signage and insurance requirements

   291C-136 Towing by consent; payment

   291C-137 Mobile electronic devices

   291C-138 Waipio valley access; required four-wheel drive

            vehicle use

   291C-139 Electric foot scooters


        Part XIII.  Operation of Bicycles and Play Vehicles

   291C-141 Effect of regulations

   291C-142 Traffic laws apply to persons riding bicycles

   291C-143 Riding on bicycles

 291C-143.5 Low-speed electric bicycles; operator age

   291C-144 Clinging to vehicles

   291C-145 Riding on roadways and bikeways

   291C-146 Carrying articles

   291C-147 Lamps and other equipment on bicycles

   291C-148 Driving upon sidewalk

   291C-149 Bicycle racing

   291C-150 Bicycle helmets


        Part XIV.  Special Rules for Motorcycles

   291C-151 Traffic laws apply to persons operating


   291C-152 Riding on motorcycles

   291C-153 Operating motorcycles on roadways laned for


   291C-154 Clinging to other vehicles

   291C-155 Footrests and handlebars


        Part XV.  Penalties and Procedure on Arrest;

                  Respective Powers of State and Counties

   291C-161 Penalties; photo red light imaging detector system


   291C-162 Provisions uniform throughout State

   291C-163 Powers of counties

   291C-164 Procedure upon arrest

   291C-165 Summons or citation

 291C-165.5 Motor vehicle towing and storage; settlement;

            disabled vehicles

   291C-166 Repealed

   291C-167 Summons or citation on illegally parked vehicle

  291C-168, 168.5 Repealed

   291C-169 When complaint to be issued

   291C-170 Revocation or suspension of license

   291C-171 Disposition of fines and forfeitures

 291C-171.5 Collection of fines and costs

   291C-172 Refusal to provide identification

   291C-173 Interpretation

   291C-174 Severability


        Part XVI.  Special Rules for Mopeds

   291C-191 Definition

   291C-192 Effect of violations; vicarious responsibility;


   291C-193 Traffic laws apply to persons driving mopeds

   291C-194 Driver's license possession; required

   291C-195 Driving of mopeds

   291C-196 Driving mopeds on roadways

   291C-197 Driving mopeds on bicycle lanes and paths

   291C-198 Speed restrictions on mopeds

   291C-199 Clinging to vehicles, bicycles, etc.

   291C-200 Use of lamps on mopeds

   291C-201 Renting or selling mopeds

   291C-202 Moped equipment requirements and inspection

   291C-203 Certification of compliance

   291C-204 Defacing serial numbers, etc., of mopeds

   291C-205 Unlawful to possess certain mopeds and moped parts

   291C-206 Modifying moped motor; violation

   291C-207 Moped liability insurance; coverage for damage by

            rented or leased moped


        Part XVII.  High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes

   291C-221 Definitions

 291C-221.5 High occupancy vehicle lanes; emergencies

   291C-222 Designation of high occupancy vehicle lane

 291C-222.5 School buses; zipper lanes

   291C-223 Summons or citation for illegal use of high

            occupancy vehicle lane

   291C-224 Registered owner's responsibility for a summons or


   291C-225 Failure to comply with summons or citation

   291C-226 Liability for rental or U-drive vehicle

   291C-227 Penalty




  Autonomous vehicles testing pilot program; report to 2023 legislature.  L 2020, c 21.


Cross References


  Adjudication of traffic infractions, see chapter 291D.