By CrappyCar - 14/05/2013 05:29 - United States
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I don't know where you all are from but this FML just says from the "United States". The United states is composed of 50 states which hold countless counties and cities. I am sure that you three don't know every law and so cannot definitely say that this is against the law. In my small county the ordinance defines an "abandoned" vehicle and any vehicle that is inoperable OR one that has set for longer than 48 hours. It makes no mention of valid plates, or were it is parked. Yea, they can have a running vehicle towed off your own land. It is selectively enforced. We are trying to get it changed. Also, most states allow agents of the state to go on private property to serve papers and other official business. This would not be trespassing in Kentucky.
Where I live, if it's on your property they can't say shit unless several complaints arise. After they will ASK you to do something with the vehicle. My dad worked nights so his car sat on the street all day, they gave us no warning and tried to tow it since it was on a public street. After explaining the car was not inoperable and was moved everyday did they put it down... After charging us over 100 dollars. We keep everything in our driveway now.
Probably because it looks like horsecrap. take it to the auto shop or something dude.