How many cars can one residential have ?
This person has two stored cars in his garage, 2 cars in the drive way and 4 more cars on the street is this against the law, Fresno, CA. and we live in a residential area.
- zipperLv 71 year ago
NOT AT ALL: Plus it is pretty much none of your business either!
- 1 year ago
The worst mileage a vehicle can get is zero mpg, which occurs when it idles. Idling for long periods of time, whether at a railroad crossing or pulling off the road to make a cell phone call, consumes gas that could be saved by simply turning off the engine. Restarting an engine uses about the same amount of gas as idling for 30 seconds. When idling for longer periods of time, shut off the engine.
However, turning off the engine may disable vehicle functions, including safety features like airbags. Drivers should be certain to only utilize this strategy in situations where there is no possibility of collision.
Vehicles get much better mileage when they’re not loaded with unnecessary weight. Every 200 pounds of additional weight trims one mile off fuel efficiency. Most drivers accumulate material in their vehicle trunks, some of it unnecessary. Instruct drivers to remove all non-required items from the vehicle, such as unneeded tools or materials.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Normal in California. But if the cars on the street are not being driven, you can report an abandoned or inoperable vehicle to the police.
- RonLv 71 year ago
I'm not going to contact Fresno code enforcement for you
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- The DevilLv 71 year ago
That is not illegal, but each vehicle parked on a public street must be moved every 3 days. If any car parked on a public road is inoperable or unregistered, that is illegal.
- ?Lv 71 year ago
Why would it be against the law. You can own as many cars as you darn well want. Now if he is selling cars that is another story and may very well be a violation.
- Anonymous1 year ago
If they are all properly registered it is legal and there is no limit in terms of State or County law. It might violate the local HOA covenants if such are applicable. If that person is continually buying and selling cars (more than 5 per year) then they are probably operating an unlicensed dealership, or at least operating a licensed dealership in violation of zoning regulations. If they are not all registered, then complain to the City.