The holder of a lien against a motor vehicle created by § 14-508, to the extent that such lien has not been discharged as provided in § 14-508 or otherwise satisfied, may enforce such lien in any manner provided by law after 60 days from the date the motor vehicle is impounded by the Police Department. If the owner of the motor vehicle or his or her agent has provided security for the payment of the lien as provided in § 14-506(b), the lien shall first be satisfied out of the security so provided and, if any portion of the lien remains unsatisfied and undischarged, may then be enforced in any manner provided by law. If the motor vehicle against which the lien is created pursuant to § 14-508 is still under impoundment 60 days from the date it is impounded by the Police Department and the owner has not requested release of the motor vehicle from impoundment nor paid the towing and storage charges that are the basis for the lien, the motor vehicle shall be sold at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash to satisfy the lien. Notice of the sale shall be given in accordance with K.S.A. 8-1102. Publication, required by K.S.A. 8-1102, may be made before the termination of the 60-day period for a sale thereafter.