If I may, I would like to address what I can about your concerns. Some information I will give to you now, as I have seen a few posts regarding this same question, and I know that history has proven this to be the most difficult to explain clearly on a warning notice. The notice received on your vehicle, as you pointed out, said that the vehicle is now being monitored for stored.(Your CC&R's will likely define this as unmoved for 72hrs.) What has you and many others concerned is that we all try to abide by the rules/laws and governing bodies of this country and don't appreciate that someone has found cause to tell us otherwise. Please note: We are simply trying to notify you that we are beginning to monitor your vehicle's movement to determine whether or not it is in violation of the rule, and if, in fact, the vehicle is in violation, it is usually towed without further warning.(Note: Guidelines are general only and may not reflect the exact procedure for your specific association). Having noticed the street name and city, I do know which community that you are referring to and I can tell you that there are no day time inspections at that property(Usually by design)so the vehicles that you are referring to being in violation during the day are not being cited for that reason. The last thing I would do as a resident of any community association would be to insist that another vehicle is in violation and should be towed. This would cause that person to become the target of attack by their own neighbors. I would be happy to speak to you directly, if you have any further questions, or comments that you wish to have addressed. Please, don't hesitate to call me, this week if you like, I arrive at 8:30am, Monday thru Friday(877)209-6370 and ask for Mike.