Can a person park multiple cars they own on the street at the same time?
Let's answer this question, posed by an anonymous reader sent via email, in three parts. Perkins police Chief Ken Klamar answered the inquries:
Q: Is there a limit in Ohio as to how many cars someone can own and park on the street?
KK: There is no limit.
Q: Is there a rule for parking a car on the street that hasn't been moved in a long time?
KK: For vehicles parked on the street in Perkins Township, we can only enforce what that Ohio Revised Code allows with regard to parked motor vehicles. If a vehicle is abandoned on private property or on the roadway, we have options under Section 4513.64 of the Ohio Revised Code.
Q: Is there a rule about a car that leaks oil all over the street every day?
KK: There is not a (state law) that covers that.
"If a township resident has a complaint regarding what they believe is an illegally parked vehicle, i encourage them to call 419-627-0824 ext. 1. to have an officer check on it," Klamar said.