July 4th is a major legal parking holiday in NYC…Yea! July 4th is one of six major legal parking holidays in NYC. A major legal parking holiday in NYC means: You do not have to feed the meters You are not required to obey parking signs, UNLESS, the rule displayed on the sign is in […]
Holiday and Sunday parking rules
It is essential to learn the difference between a major legal parking holiday, a just-plain legal parking holiday, and Sunday parking rules. If you don't, it will cost you big time in unnecessary parking fines and penalties. For example, do you have to obey parking signs on legal parking holidays? Do you have to feed the meters on Sundays in NYC? What parking signs do you have to obey on major legal parking holidays and Sundays? Is "Black Friday" a parking holiday?
Is Black Friday in NYC a parking ticket holiday? Black Friday in NYC is not a parking ticket holiday. You are required to obey all parking signs, feed the meters, and dance the street cleaning polka. Fox 5 News published the following article in 2011: “The day after Thanksgiving is not an official holiday. All government […]
Martin Luther King’s Birthday is a Federal holiday, State holiday, and a “legal” parking holiday in New York City Martin Luther King’s Birthday is one of our website’s busiest days of the year because many wonderful members of the driving public don’t remember whether: MLK’s birthday is any type of parking ticket holiday in NYC […]
Holiday parking mistakes result in you seeing orange NYC DOF has injected the color orange into the holiday season. This ferocious little orange epistle is punishing the NYC driving community for shopping and parking in NYC. There may be a small respite in sight, however, commonly known as “major legal holidays.” Parking rules are suspended, and […]
Is Sunday, July 3, 2011, a parking holiday in NYC? I’m planning on parking in NYC on Sunday, July 3, 2011, and Monday, July 4th. I do not wish to receive an evil orange epistle under my windshield wiper. So, I’m going to make sure I know the parking rules for Sundays and holidays. […]