So, all of ours meet "a", and "c" always applies as it can not be verified by an onlooker, and just one flaw of a broken window (even cracked meets other definitions) a missing wheel, missing trans, etc., and it's legal to tow and dispose of it without compensation, notification of the vehicle owner (only the land owner and no time-line is required - they can post when they tow). They can actually fine you in the process. Note that a car cover does not exempt a car, and it must be housed in a garage or other structure to be exempt. Just sayin'.WA RCW said:"Junk vehicle" means a vehicle certified under RCW 46.55.230 as meeting at least three of the following requirements:
(a) Is three years old or older;
(b) Is extensively damaged, such damage including but not limited to any of the following: A broken window or windshield, or missing wheels, tires, motor, or transmission;
(c) Is apparently inoperable;
(d) Has an approximate fair market value equal only to the approximate value of the scrap in it.