[Added 3-12-2003 by L.L. No. 1-2003 ]
It is hereby declared to be unlawful to park or display unlicensed vehicles for purposes of storage or sale in or upon a highway or public right-of-way or within 40 feet of the edge of the pavement of state, county or Town highways or public roadways within the Town of Lloyd, or within 40 feet of any intersection of the aforementioned highways, unless in compliance with Town licensing and/or Zoning Codes. Vehicles owned and/or operated by the federal, state, county or Town government or agencies thereof or operated by the Town or any other municipality, including public water, sewer, fire or ambulance districts, shall be exempt from provisions of this section.
No owner of private property, lessee, tenant or occupant of residential private property shall place a "for sale" sign or allow sales, or offers to sell, more than one vehicle at a time, without being a new vehicle dealer, or without a license from the Town of Lloyd under Chapter 69 of the Code of the Town of Lloyd to sell used vehicles. The single unlicensed vehicle allowed must belong to an owner or occupant of the premises upon which it is parked. Such unlicensed vehicles shall only be parked or stored in the back yard or in the driveway for single-family or duplex residences, or for multiple-family residences in designated parking areas. Each single vehicle allowed to be sold under the section of the Code must be sold or removed from the property within six months of the date it was first displayed for sale in compliance with this article of the Town Code. Unlicensed vehicles must be in presentable and operating condition, and no vehicle parts for sale will be displayed, nor any partial dismantling of the vehicle be permitted. No commercial vehicles, exceeding 10,000 pounds gross vehicular weight, will be permitted to be displayed for sale in any residential area within the Town of Lloyd.