Weapon Law & Legal Definition
Cars would fall under the bolded part there btw. I know you want to pretend that the world is full of rainbows and roses, but reality shows that pretty much anything can be a weapon."Section 13.68.010 Dangerous weapon--Defined.
As used in this chapter, "dangerous weapon" means and includes, but is not limited to:
Any knife having a blade three inches or more in length, or any snap-blade or spring-blade knife regardless of the length of the blade;
Any ice pick or similar sharp stabbing tool;
Any straight edge razor or any razor blade fitted to a handle;
Any cutting, stabbing or bludgeoning weapon or device capable of inflicting grievous bodily harm;
Any dirk or dagger or bludgeon;
Any "taser public defender" or other similar electronic immobilizer which causes, by means of an electrical current, a person to experience muscle spasms and extreme pain, followed by unconsciousness. (Ord. 4814-NS § 1, 1975: Ord. 2881-NS § 1, 1947)"