So did you buy this car brand new from a dealer with cash and get the MSO/MCO? If not, it was already registered, which means it is then state property and any future owners are still just tenants. Registrations is only to allow a titled car on public roads. The state can do whatever it wants with their property (your car) and they don't need some silly reason like blocking or impeding traffic. It also does not matter if it's on "your" land, as that is their property, too, unless you have the highest proof of ownership: a land patent.
Please come join my forum if you're not a trendy and agree with my points of view.
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