§ 9-1-502. Vehicles.
   (a)   Prohibition. Unless the person has the consent of the owner of the property, a person may not drive or park a vehicle on:
      (1)   a private road, street, entranceway, driveway, or land that has been conspicuously posted with signs containing the words "Private Property, Keep Off", "Private Road, Keep Out", or "Private Road – No Parking";
      (2)   property that is fenced off from the road, street, or highway on which it bounds; or
      (3)   residential property having a frontage of 250 feet or less on a road, street, or highway.
   (b)   Prohibition. A person may not ride, be transported in, or be in a vehicle while it is being driven or is parked in violation of subsection (a).
   (c)   Sanctions for violation. A person who violates any provision of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction is subject to a fine not exceeding $25.
(1985 Code, Art. 11, § 3-102)
State Code reference – Criminal Law Article, §§ 6-401 et seq.