I think I may have addressed this before, but can't seem to find the thread. My apologies if you answered this in the past.
I'm aware of the fact that California can impound a vehicle if there are more than 5 outstanding parking tickets. To get that vehicle released, you must pay "all parking penalties due for the vehicle and all other vehicles registered to the registered owner of the impounded vehicle."
What does 'all other vehicles registered' mean in CVC22651? Is it in the current sense or the all encompassing sense? Would you have to pay off the outstanding parking tickets on a vehicle you owned in say -1972 - before they released the impounded vehicle? What if that vehicle (the one no longer owned since 1972) was also impounded for having too many tickets and subsequently sold at auction? The monies recovered by auctioning the vehicles are supposed to pay for those tickets.
This may or may not be relevant, but I thought if a vehicle hadn't been registered in over 2 years then they couldn't try to collect on it's delinquent parking citations?
Thanks for your time!