Of course not.
Usually the question is 'where is your car garaged' or in other words, in what area is your car parked at night? This is to determine the exposure of the car and driver to conditions in your neighborhood.
ill let you know just had this happen to me last night....and they ran. cops got them though.
A car parked alongside a highway at night should have their parking lights on.
A train parked for the night but expected to move is usually referred to as "tied down".
If you are asking the relevance of the overnight location of your car when getting an insurance quote, the answer is that this is required to determine how safe your car is at night. If, for example, your car is kept in a locked garage then it is safer than being parked on a public road therefore should attract a discount based on this.
They parked it in a parking lot.
only at some places but, walmart normally lets you stay at night
Often cars that are parked overnight need to be recharged. It is possible that the battery has died and needs a replacement or a jump to start.
Example sentence - I parked my car in the driveway each night.
The Park lights or your hazards
turn on flashing lights
Well, technnically it's a hit and run, which is a criminal offense. But since it was the middle of the night and you chose to report it voluntarily, it's likely a report would be done so you and the other driver can submit a claim to your insurance.