(A)   No person shall park a vehicle upon any roadway for the principal purpose of displaying the vehicle for sale.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person to leave, stand, or park any motor vehicle, boat or trailer offered for sale on any public property, or upon any public place, including vacant land, parking lots, or any other similar area, unless the property on which such display is located is zoned for such use.
   (C)   For the purposes of this section a PUBLIC PLACE is hereby defined as any location to which the public has access or is invited to enter. This definition does not include a private residence, if used for the sale of the owner’s or tenant’s personal vehicle.
   (D)   That any vehicle found to be in violation of division (B) above shall be subject to being towed by the city at the owner’s expense upon 24-hours’ notice.
(2005 Code, § 8-3-18)  (Ord. 99102C, passed - -)