Last Updated on September 20, 2017 by Lawrence Berezin
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How much time does the NYC driving public have to figure out whether parking is permissible before warriors issue parking tickets?
Here’s a parking sign that is indecipherable. Can you park here? if so, when?
Here are answers from some wonderful friends
Mario. You can park there from 8am-10pm Monday thru Sat. For ONE hour only and you have to pay the muni-meter and display the receipt on your dashboard.
Anthony. too easy 1hr parking from Monday – Saturday 10 pm Saturday free parking till Sunday at 11 pm lolz —-> of this sign
The correct answer is that you can park there in between 6 AM & 7:30 AM and in between 8 AM & 11 PM Monday thru Saturday. You can also park there on Sunday from 6 AM to 11 PM. The only times you have to feed the meters are in between 8AM-10PM, Monday through Saturday.
If you have a passenger to drop off, you can stop the vehicle, discharge the passenger and leave immediately, anytime you like.
Anthony. You are so right but the trick is to remember to move it at 7:30 am I did see the 1 hr and half difference but for some reason, I did note it. Josh, you are the man for correcting me on that tks 🙂 that’s way two sets of eyes are better than one lolz.
Larry’s interpretation of the 4-headed monster on the Gotcha pole are:
You can stop/stand/park on Sunday for free in both directions from 6A-11P, and you can park for free to the left of the sign all day on Sunday.
On Monday through Saturday, you can park… for free in both directions from 6A-7:30A, and again from 10P-11P
On Monday through Saturday, you can park to the left of the sign for free from 10P-7:30A; and you can park to the left of the sign from 8A-10P as long as you pay at the muni-meter
On Monday through Saturday, you can park for one hour in both directions from 8A-10P, as long as you pay the muni-meter
On Monday through Saturday, you can NOT park in both directions due to ASP Rules in effect from 7:30A-8A
There is a blue “warning” above the red NO STANDING sign alerting you to nighttime regulations, which are displayed on the red NO STANDING sign, and regulate parking spaces to the right of the sign
Do you agree with my interpretation?
How’d you all do?
How would you approach reading this sign, and make a parking decision within 4 seconds; before being sacked by a parking ticket warrior?
[The wonderful photograph was courtesy of the “Secklerism Blog” by Valerie Seckler