Only those wrecker companies which have met the following requirements shall be placed on the wrecker rotation list:
   (A)   Have been issued a wrecker business permit under the provisions of this chapter;
   (B)   Have applied to be on such list;
   (C)   Own, lease, or otherwise lawfully possess and operate an automotive repair or storage yard or automotive wrecking and salvage yard, which has been inspected and found to comply with all applicable laws of the state and the ordinances of the city relating to such yards, and stores all vehicles picked up on rotation at such yard. The yard or facility shall have space for ten or more vehicles which may be removed or hauled and stored as a result of the name of the wrecker company appearing on the wrecker rotation list; a minimum ten-foot by 20-foot space shall be allowed for each vehicle;
   (D)   Each company shall have deposited with the Chief of Police or his designee a garage keeper's legal liability insurance policy, covering fire, theft, and explosion in the minimum amount of $9,000, such policy covering such garage, wrecker company, or storage facility.
   (E)   Each wrecker company shall maintain 24- hour wrecker service and shall have an employee available to take telephone calls and release stored vehicles 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
   (F)   A storage yard under this chapter shall be maintained for the convenience of the public within the city.
(‘68 Code, § 7-11) (Ord. 1060, passed 1-22-62; Am. Ord. 1611, passed 1-20-86; Am. Ord. 2010-2268, passed 12-6-10)  Penalty, see § 10.99