(b) A violator of this section shall be responsible for all costs associated with
the removal, seizure, and storage of the pocket bike.
(c) A city, county, or city and county may adopt a regulation, ordinance, or resolution
imposing charges equal to its administrative costs relating to the removal, seizure,
and storage costs of a pocket bike. The charges shall not exceed the actual costs incurred for the expenses directly
related to removing, seizing, and storing a pocket bike.
(d) An agency shall release a seized pocket bike to the owner, violator, or the violator's
agent after 48 hours, if all of the following conditions are met:
(1) The violator or authorized agent's request is made during normal business hours.
(2) The applicable removal, seizure, and storage costs have been paid by the owner,
or any other responsible party.
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