(a) In any residence district it shall be unlawful to park, store, or permit to be
parked or stored on a highway within such residence district any:
(1) Trailer, semi-trailer, or recreational trailer unattached to a motor vehicle;
(2) A motor vehicle the length of which is greater than 276 inches or the width of
which is over 96 inches or the height of which is over 120 inches or the gross vehicle
weight of which exceeds 10,000 pounds, as such weight has been registered and recorded
with the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (or as recorded with any other state's
Department of Motor Vehicles).
(b) Motor vehicles parked pursuant to the following situations shall be exempt from
(1) Any motor vehicle parked on a highway within a residence district in conjunction
with ongoing legal service or work being performed in relation to a residence or business
contained therein. Notwithstanding the above, the motor vehicle may remain parked within such residence
district only for the time necessary to complete such work or service. This exemption shall only apply if such motor vehicle is parked immediately and
entirely adjoining the property of the residence or business, being serviced. Examples of such motor vehicles include, but are not limited to, delivery trucks,
limousine services, and moving trucks.
(2) Any motor vehicle used for work being performed or on call in case of emergencies:
c. By a municipality or municipal electric company or by others working on their behalf.
(c) In any residence district, it shall be unlawful to park, store, or permit to be
parked or stored on a highway within such residence district, any motor vehicle with
a trailer, semi-trailer, or recreational trailer attached unless:
(1) It is parked, stored, or permitted to be parked or stored on the highway immediately
and entirely adjacent to the owner's property; or
(2) Unless the exemptions otherwise applicable to motor vehicles in subsection (b)
of this section apply.
(d) This section shall apply to only New Castle County.
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