§ 114.01  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   ABANDONMENT. A vehicle left upon a county road or city street under circumstances indicating abandonment for three (3) consecutive days shall be presumed to be abandoned. (KRS 189.751(1))
   FLASHING LIGHTS. All public safety vehicles shall be equipped with one (1) or more flashing rotating or oscillating yellow lights, visible under normal atmospheric conditions from a distance of five hundred (500) feet to the front of such vehicle. (KRS 189.920(4))
   HIGHWAY.   Any public road, street, avenue, alley or boulevard, bridge, viaduct or trestle and the approaches to them and includes off-street parking facilities offered for public use, whether publicly or privately owned, except for hire parking facilities listed in KRS 189.700. (KRS 189.010(3))
   PUBLIC SAFETY VEHICLE.   As used in KRS 189.920 to 189.950, public utility repair vehicle; wreckers; state, county or municipal service vehicles and equipment; highway equipment which performs work that requires stopping and standing or moving at slow speeds within the traveled portions of highways; and vehicles which are escorting wide-load or slow-moving trailers or trucks. (KRS 189.910(2))
   TOWING SERVICE.   Any person, firm or corporation licensed to do business in the city for the towing, impoundment and storage of motor vehicles and is on the eligibility roster for towing services at the Regional Public Safety Communications Center (RPSCC) or is an applicant for the eligibility roster. Each towing service shall have separate and distinct facilities, including a storage/impoundment lot and equipment as enumerated in § 114.31 of this chapter.
   VEHICLE.   Includes all agencies for the transportation of persons or property over or upon the public highways of this Commonwealth and all vehicles passing over or upon the highways excepting road rollers, road graders, farm tractors and other construction equipment which is not practical for the transportation of persons or property upon the highways. (KRS 189.010(18))
   WRECKER. A motor vehicle on which a wrecking crane and/or other equipment suitable for motor vehicle towing service has been permanently mounted. (KRS 189.011(1)(B))
(Ord. 38-1992, passed 4-9-92; Am. Ord. 64-2004, passed 5-20-04)