This is Part 3 in a 3 Part Series about NYC parking sign language and how to avoid an NYC parking ticket
NYC parking sign language is difficult to learn, especially when you have about 2-3 seconds to figure out the meaning of the words on the sign. And, whether it’s safe to park.
Here’s a very helpful, easy-to-follow guide to understanding the redesigned NYC parking sign language. Click Away
I wrote this 3-part series of blog posts to help you understand the confusing language used on NYC parking signs. Subsequently, the Evil Empire invested millions of dollars in redesigning all the parking signs in NYC. Wow!
So, when you read these blog posts that I wrote prior to the installation of the redesigned signs, there is the new language used to confuse you on the signs.
In my humble opinion, the redesigned signs are much easier to understand. Thanks, Evil Empire!
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