Last Updated on June 18, 2022 by Lawrence Berezin
Parking ticket potpourri is a bouillabaisse full of NYC parking tips and tricks.
You can never get too much parking ticket potpourri. That is to say; there is always something new about parking safety in NYC. For example, do you know what is happening on July 5, 2022, in Parking Ticket Land?
Firstly, let’s start with some parking ticket potpourri about Sunday parking. Can you park here for free on Sundays?
1. Can you park to the right of these two signs for free on Sundays?
2. Do you have to honor this paper sign?
3. Can a passenger vehicle park here for free on Sundays?
No standing versus no parking ticket potpourri
The Registration sticker expired required elements
Revised Street Cleaning Schedule
When you thought it was safe to park for free on Sundays, you learn that it depends on the language on the parking sign that regulates your space. For example, if a sign doesn’t display any day/hours limits, it means “all days and times.” And therefore, you can’t park for free.
You can’t park there, period. Likewise, make sure you know the difference between “including” and “except” when parking safely for free on Sundays.
What about paper signs? Those paper signs can be diabolically confusing. But, the author must display their identity. And have the authority to post the paper signs.
Larry’s One Question Quiz
More Restrictive v. Less Restrictive Signs
True or False? If the same parking space is regulated by two different parking signs, you are permitted to obey the less restrictive sign.
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