Parking Vehicles Hamby By-Laws

6.04 Vehicles. The term “vehicles”, as used herein, shall include, without limitation, motor homes, boats, trailers, motorcycles, minibikes, scooters, go-carts, trucks, campers, buses, vans, and automobiles. Unless and except to the extent that the Occupants of a Residence shall have more vehicles than the number of parking areas serving their Residence all vehicles shall be parked within such parking areas.  Where the Residence contains a garage, “parking areas" shall refer to the number, of garage parking spaces.  (NOTE: This is what Rome referred to when he said that vehicles should be parked in garage and driveway only.)  If the Residence includes a garage with exterior doors, such doors shall be kept closed at all times, except during times of ingress and egress from the garage.

No vehicle maybe left upon any portion of the Community, except in a garage or other area designated by the Board, for a period longer than seven (7) calendar days if it is unlicensed or if it is in a condition such that it is incapable of being operated upon the public highways. After such seven (7) calendar day period, such vehicle shall be considered a nuisance and may be removed from the Community. Any towed vehicle, boat, recreational vehicle, motor home, or mobile home regularly stored in the Community or temporarily kept in the Community, except if kept in a garage or other area designated by the Board, for periods longer than twenty-four (24) hours each shall be considered a nuisance and may be removed from the Community.  Trucks with mounted campers which are an Owners or Occupants primary means of transportation shall not be considered Recreational vehicles, provided they are used on a regular basis for transportation and the camper is stored out of public view upon removal. 

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