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No person shall abandon a vehicle upon public or private property without the express or implied consent of the owner or person in lawful possession or control of the property. Violation of this section shall be a misdemeanor.
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Yes! Inoperable motor vehicles are not only those that cannot be driven because of needed repairs or damage; it is also a vehicle that cannot be driven on the streets because it is not currently licensed.
The ordinance does not apply to any vehicle(s) or parts thereof which are completely enclosed within a building (garage) in a lawful manner or where it is not visible from the street or other public or private property.
Yes, as long as the vehicle is operable and currently licensed. However, no person who owns or has possession, custody, or control of any vehicle shall place such vehicle upon any street, alley or city parking lot for more than a consecutive period of seventy-two hours - City Code Section 14-3-11(1).
In the event a vehicle is placed or left standing upon a street, alley or city parking lot in excess of seventy-two hours, the community development director may cause such vehicle to be removed from the street, alley or city parking lot in the manner and subject to requirements of the Vehicle Code of the state.