Any person, company or corporation who has the legal right or control of specifically factory-constructed vehicles equipped or used for the transportation of wounded, injured, sick or deceased persons, for hire within the corporate limits of the city. No license shall be required for any ambulance service that has been established and exists pursuant to a contract between the City of Wichita and the Board of County Commissioners.
Any person, company, or corporation who has the legal right or control of specifically factory-constructed luxury motor vehicles which, with chauffeur provided, are hired out for exclusive use to persons on an hourly basis.
Any person, firm, or corporation doing work as a business in one of the following categories:
Covered Truck: A vehicle used for collection of industrial waste, demolition and construction waste, bulky waste or tree waste. Sideboards and tailgate must have any openings covered with a canvas or similar cover.
Enclosed Truck: A vehicle used for collection of commercial trash and industrial solid waste but not garbage. Truck bed must be all steel, liquid-tight and totally enclosed.
Flat Bed Truck: A vehicle used for collection of tree waste only. The tree waste must be secured with chains, ropes or otherwise and no part of the load shall hang over the sides or drag from the rear.
Open Bed Truck: A vehicle used for collection of bulky waste, residential bulky waste and tree waste. The truck bed must have sideboards and tailgate that effectively contains the bulky waste.
Packer Truck: A vehicle used for collection of residential trash, commercial garbage, commercial trash and industrial solid waste. The truck bed must be liquid-tight containing mechanical devices that convey solid waste into the main compartment of the body and compresses it.
Sewage Tank Truck: A vehicle used only for the collection and transportation of sewage not otherwise classified as a hazardous waste. Truck bed must be made of metal or fiberglass with a liquid-tight construction. All openings of the truck bed shall be kept closed except when waste is being deposited into or removed from the truck and shall effectively contain the solid waste.
Special Truck: A vehicle used for collection of hazardous waste and special waste as required and approved by the Health Department.
Trailer: A non-self-propelled vehicle used only for the collection of salvage material such as paper and metal and, if approved by the Health Department, solid waste material. The trailer must be completely enclosed with doors.