Again, thanks for Lawrence Berezin of NewYorkParkingTicket.com, below are 3 tips to help you navigate the mean parking ticket streets of NYC:
1) If you are looking for a safe place to stop or stand your vehicle, you may temporarily stop or stand in a No Parking – Taxi Stand, provided you do not interfere with any taxi about to enter or leave such zone.
2) You may stop, stand or park your vehicle alongside a fire hydrant, provided there is someone behind the wheel to move if requested to do so. Do not leave your vehicle unattended.
3) You may “angle-park” your vehicle if such positioning is essential for loading or unloading, and; only for such time actually required for such purposes, provided; there is sufficient space left clear for the passage of a vehicle between the angle-parked vehicle and the center of the street, the opposite curb or a vehicle parked or standing, whichever is closer.
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Great tips. Have you seen City Maps yet? I have found it helpful in scouring the NYC parking scene.. what do you think?
It’s a pretty cool site. Thanks for sharing.
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