(A)   Definitions. For the purpose of this section, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      MOTOR HOME, TRAILER and RECREATIONAL VEHICLE. Any of the following:
         (a)   MOTOR HOME. A portable, temporary building to be used for travel, recreation and vacation, constructed as an integral part of a self-propelled vehicle;
         (b)   PICK-UP COACH. A structure designed to be mounted on a truck chassis for use as a temporary dwelling for travel, recreation and vacation;
         (c)   RECREATIONAL VEHICLE. A boat or snowmobile;
         (d)   TRAILER, CAMPING. A folding structure, mounted on wheels and designed for travel, recreation and vacation uses;
         (e)   TRAILER, TRAVEL. A vehicular, portable structure built on a chassis, designed to be used as a temporary dwelling for travel, recreation and vacation uses; and
         (f)   TRAILER, OTHER. A vehicle which is not self-propelled, regardless of the number of wheels with which it is equipped, but which is designed to be drawn by a motor vehicle for transporting any soil, material or other object including, but not limited to, boats, snowmobiles and cargo, but not including semi-trailers or truck tractors.
   (B)   Unlawful act. It is unlawful for any person to leave or park a motor home, trailer or recreational vehicle as defined in this section on or within the limits of any street or right-of-way for a continuous period in excess of six hours, except where signs are erected designating the place as a campsite or in a mobile home park; provided, however, that, during the six-hour period, the vehicle shall not be occupied as living quarters.
(2004 Code, § 72.07)  Penalty, see § 10.99