Based upon I.C. 9-13-2-1, ABANDONED VEHICLE means the following:
   (A)   A vehicle located on public property illegally;
   (B)   A vehicle left on public property without being moved for 3 days, except for a vehicle parked adjacent to its owner’s residence;
   (C)   A vehicle located on public property in such a manner as to constitute a hazard or obstruction to the movement of pedestrian or vehicular traffic on a public right-of-way;
   (D)   A vehicle that has remained on private property without the consent of the owner or person in control of that property for more than 48 hours;
   (E)   A vehicle from which the engine, transmission or differential has been removed or that is otherwise partially dismantled or inoperable and left on public property;
   (F)   A vehicle that has been removed by a towing service or public agency upon request of an officer enforcing a statute or an ordinance other than this chapter, if the impounded vehicle is not claimed or redeemed by the owner or the owner’s agent within 20 days after the vehicle’s removal;
   (G)   A vehicle that is at least 3 model years old, is mechanically inoperable, and is left on private property continuously in any location visible from public property for more than 20 days; and/or
   (H)   A vehicle:
      (1)   That was repaired or stored at the request of the owner;
      (2)   That has not been claimed by the owner; and
      (3)   For which the reasonable value of the charges associated with the repair or storage remain unpaid more than 30 days after the date on which the repair work is completed or the vehicle is first stored.
(Ord. 1998-5, passed 7-14-1998)