Can I park my daily commuting car/truck (work vehicle) in my driveway?

As far as signage on a work vehicle (said vehicle is typically seen in a residential area): It isn’t prohibited, nor is it called out to be required to get a sign permit. It is also distinguished through definitions as not being a prohibited type.

…  (E) Portable signs, including, but not limited to: a-or t -frame signs; signs on trailer frames; menu and sandwich board signs; balloon signs; wind signs; umbrellas used for advertising; and, signs attached to or painted on a vehicle parked and visible from the public right-of-way; provided, however, a vehicle which is used in the normal day-to-day operation of the business shall not be considered a portable sign;

New Definition: SECTION 10.02 Sign Types 

…(24) VEHICLE SIGN. A sign, painted or otherwise, attached to an operable vehicle that is regularly used and moved, including signs on a truck trailer. A Vehicle Sign does not constitute a Transported Sign.

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1. What is a Zoning Ordinance?
2. What is Form-Based Code?
3. What happened at the charrettes last year?
4. What other Indiana cities/towns are using a community-wide Form Based Zoning Ordinance?
5. Proposed zoning shows my land as “N-2 Neighborhood 2." Can I have a food truck?
6. Proposed zoning shows my land as “N-1 Neighborhood 1." Can I continue to farm my land?
7. Can I park my daily commuting car/truck (work vehicle) in my driveway?
8. Why is the Town working to implement a new zoning code?
9. How will the Town handle having two codes running simultaneously?
10. What is the transition plan for rural to urban services?
11. How has the Town considered the desire of the community in these decisions?
12. Are the Town's regulations for Noise, Drainage & Stormwater being updated or affected by Form-based Code?
13. Section 3.17 - PUD - no buffering requirements are included in this section. We believe this is something important to add.
14. Invasive species (page 225-226) - how will this be handled?