When the law you pasted says "storage facility," does that also mean apartment building?
Here's what my (almost) ex said to me:
Somewhere visible in the lot there were probably general signs saying "unauthorized vehicles towed to such and such place."
She has a placard, was visiting a friend, and the handicap spot was taken, so she parked in visitor parking.
She accidentally fell asleep and didn't wake up until morning. Building said they don't allow overnight parking in visitor spots and that it's up to the tenant to explain the rules to their visitors. The tenant had an empty parking spot in her allocation of spots.
My wife then said they put a note on her car (or a sign up, gosh knows) saying that there's no parking from 12-4AM.
My soon to be ex is known to get things wrong.
All this said, if there's a sign saying where towed cars go on the lot, it's a private apartment bldg, and the have handicap spots (it was taken, but they have them), is it right of a placard holder to take that spot, sleep over and expect her car to be there in the morning in a private lot?