Can a vehicle be stored on private property?
If a vehicle is not legally licensed or not operable, it must be placed within an enclosure. A vehicle that weighs under 14,000 pounds, GVWR, has a legal license and is operable, can be placed on a solid, dust free, surface, such as a concrete or asphalt drive, in the front setback. If it is stored in the side or rear of the property, it can be parked on the grass.

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