Yes. The car created a traffic hazard. The person who parked the car is responsible for any accident that occurred as a result.
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.
I just asked an owner/operator at the truck stop I'm parked at for the night. He says his 53' Utility with sliding tandems weighs 15,600.
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".
They parked it in a parking lot.
Yes. Police get paid to know the law and follow it. I assume you got nailed speeding while the cop was parked somewhere with his headlights off? That's perfectly legal.
Of course not.
Check for exhaust leak before certain o2 sensors.
yes i got a ticket at night
Example sentence - I parked my car in the driveway each night.
The Park lights or your hazards