§ 95.051  DEFINITIONS.
   (A)   For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      ABANDONED VEHICLE.
         (a)   A vehicle located on public property illegally, or a vehicle left on public property continuously without being moved, for more than 24 hours;
         (b)   A vehicle located on public property in such a manner as to constitute a hazard or obstruction to the movement of pedestrian or vehicle traffic on a public right-of-way;
         (c)   A vehicle that has remained on private property without the consent of the owner, or person in control, of that property, for more than 24 hours;
         (d)   A vehicle from which there has been removed the engine, transmission, or differential or that is otherwise partially dismantled or inoperable and left on public property;
         (e)   A vehicle that has been removed by a towing service or a public agency upon request of an officer enforcing a statute or ordinance other than in I.C. 9-22-l et seq., if the vehicle once impounded is not claimed or redeemed by the owner or his or her agent within 20 days of its removal; or
         (f)   A vehicle that is three or more model years old and mechanically inoperable, and is left on private property continuously in a location visible from public property for more than 20 days.
      VEHICLE.
         (a)   Except as otherwise provided in this section, a device in, upon, or by which a person or property is, or may be, transported or drawn upon a highway.
         (b)   Boat or other watercraft, including boat or other watercraft located on a trailer or other hauling device or vehicle.
         (c)   An automobile, a motorcycle, a truck, a trailer, a semitrailer, a tractor, a bus, a school bus, a recreational vehicle, a trailer or semitrailer used in the transportation of watercraft, or a motorized bicycle.
   (B)   All other terms defined in I.C. 9-22-1 et seq. as amended are incorporated herein by reference.
(Ord. 2014-26, passed 12-9-2014; Am. Ord. 2016-19, passed 11-22-2016)