Parking of certain trucks, vehicles, and trailers prohibited on Municipal Roadways, enacted September 2004

Parking of certain trucks, vehicles, and trailers prohibited on Municipal Roadways, enacted September 2004

(1) No person shall park a truck, tractor, trailer, recreational vehicle, camper, boat or omnibus with a gross vehicle weight over 15,000 pounds on any street, or any part of a street, in the Township of Lacey. In addition, no person shall park a trailer on any street, or part of any street, in the Township of Lacey under any circumstances if it is unattached or not connected to a towing vehicle by at least one chain or cable, in addition to the hitch bar, of sufficient strength to hold the motor-drawn vehicle on a hill if the hitching bar becomes disconnected, or provided with an adequate device to prevent its rolling backward, as required under N.J.S.A. 39:4-54 for highway operation, and provided further that a trailer so connected shall not remain parked for more than a period of 48 hours.

(1) Nothing contained in this section shall be construed to prevent any vehicle from making deliveries of merchandise or other property to the premises on the street along which said vehicle is so parked, nor to prevent the parking of any such vehicle by any public utility company in connection with the construction, installation, operation and maintenance of public utilities, nor to prevent the parking of vehicles attending to an emergency.

 

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