(A)   Dummy companies and other interest. It shall be unlawful for any owner or operator of a wrecker company to subcontract or have any connection, association, affiliation or financial interest in another wrecker company participating or operating on the town's rotation program or list.
   (B)   Chasing wrecks prohibited. It shall be unlawful for the owner, operator or agent of any company to drive or park along any streets or highways soliciting wrecker or towing services. It shall be unlawful for any town employee to solicit business for any wrecker company. It shall likewise be unlawful for any owner, operator or agent of a towing company to entice or engage a town employee to solicit business for the service and upon conviction shall forfeit its eligibility to participate in the rotation program.
   (C)   Use of emergency lights. Wrecker companies shall not operate any emergency lights except at the scene of an accident while hooking up to the vehicle to be towed or while actually towing a vehicle. Emergency lights shall not be operated while en route to any accident scene or other service call.
   (D)   Miscellaneous.
      (1)   No wrecker shall be given or operated in a manner as to interfere with the duties of the police investigating accidents.
      (2)   Direction of police officers shall be obeyed at all times and any license wrecker will promptly furnish service when requested to do so by the police in order to clear traffic and promote public safety.
   (E)   Violations. All alleged violations of these authorized tow service requirements, rules, regulations and schedule or authorized fees for service shall be investigated by the Police Department. In the event that the alleged violation is sustained, the owner or manager, shall be subject to the revocation procedures and/or penalized and/or removed from the rotation list.
(Ord. 94-16, passed 1-16-95)