§143.1. Blocking of private driveways, highways and department rights of way, penalties
A. No person shall park any vehicle along a highway or department right of way in any residential area so as to block private driveways.
B. Whenever any law enforcement officer finds such an unlawfully parked vehicle as described in Subsection A above, he may move the vehicle, or require the driver or other person in charge of the vehicle to move it to a legally permissible position away from the private driveway.
C.(1) The owner or operator of any vehicle parked in violation of Subsection A above may, within twenty days after the date when a ticket giving notice of such violation was attached to such vehicle, pay to the chief of police, sheriff, or other chief law enforcement officer, in full satisfaction of such violation, the sum of one dollar plus any towing charges for moving the vehicle.
(2) The owner or operator of any vehicle parked in violation of Subsection A above, who fails to pay the chief of police, sheriff or other chief law enforcement officer the sum of one dollar plus towing charges, as provided herein, shall upon conviction thereof, be fined, according to the discretion of the court, not less than two dollars and fifty cents nor more than twenty dollars plus any towing charges.
Added by Acts 1974, No. 138, §1. Amended by Acts 1977, No. 113, §1, eff. June 22, 1977.