Learning the no standing- no parking rules require relentless repetition
The current 3 Question Quickie Quiz contains questions about the No Standing and No Parking rules.
The first question is True or False?:
“You can stop temporarily to drop-off a passenger in a “No Standing” zone?”
The correct answer is TRUE. 45% of all respondents got it wrong.
The second question is True or False?:
“You can stop temporarily to pick-up a passenger and her luggage in a “No Parking” zone?”
The correct answer is TRUE. 36% of all respondents got it wrong
The third question is True or False?
“Temporarily” means 5 minutes? “
The correct answer is FALSE. “Temporarily” means expeditiously, quickly, momentarily. 45% of all respondents got it wrong.
I’m keeping the NYC driving community after parking ticket class
Once upon a time, a long, long, time ago (when I was growing up in the middle ages) teachers made me stay after class and right the wrong by writing the right answer repeatedly on the blackboard…
My goal is to continue to teach these important lessons until every single solitary member of the NYC driving community gets ’em right, and keeps their money where it belongs…In their wallet.
What’s your experience with No Standing or No Parking tickets? Do you stop, drop-off Aunt Tillie, and go? Or, do you wait until Aunt Tillie crosses the street safely? Ca-ching.
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