§ 165.7. Mounting.

 (a)  General. Both the permanently mounted emblem and the portable emblem shall be mounted point up, see Figure 1, in a plane perpendicular to the direction of travel plus or minus 10 degrees. The emblem shall be placed centrally at the rear of the vehicle, unobscured and 2 to 6 feet (.61 to 1.83 meters) above the ground measured from the lower edge of the emblem. It may be permanently attached to equipment when practical. Portable emblems shall be mounted by using bracket sockets and identification emblem brackets specified in ASAE Standard ASAE S277, ‘‘Mounting Brackets and Socket for Agricultural and Industrial Equipment Warning Lamp and Slow-Moving Vehicle (SMV) Identification Emblem.’’

 (b)  Other devices. The emblem shall not replace such warning devices as tail lamps, reflectors, flashing lights or warning flags and is not to be used as a clearance marker for wide equipment.


   The provisions of this §  165.7 amended July 21, 1978, effective July 22, 1978, 8 Pa.B. 2076.

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