Last Updated on December 23, 2022 by Lawrence Berezin
Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve are not parking holidays in NYC
Larry’s 2021 New Year Alert!
This Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve is a mini-blog post (longer than a FAQ but shorter than an actual blog post). I want to ensure we’re all on the same parking page for the upcoming holidays.
What’s the story in 2022?
Larry’s 2022 Christmas and New Year Alert!
What if Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve fall on a Sunday?
Sunday Parking Rules apply.
Be the first in your neighborhood to get the new 2022 ASP Rules Suspension Calendar.
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Did you know these two beautiful evenings can be a cash flow nightmare if you think they are parking holidays? But they’re not. Ba humbug!
The Evil Empire stays up late to find out how many innocent drivers are tricked by this costly mistake. Don’t be fooled.
I wish you a wonderful holiday season and a healthy, prosperous 2016.
You may want to download Larry’s Free, Handy Dandy guide to holiday parking, “The Truth About Sunday & Holiday Parking in NYC.” It’s short, simple, and to the point. Likewise, it will save you money.
Click away, s’il vous plait.