Parking Quiz: Confusing Construction Zone Signs
It's no secret that parking in the city is a bitch. So we've enlisted local parking guru and author of Finding the Sweet Spot, David LaBua, to dish out weekly tips on navigating the ins and outs of city parking.
Sometimes you think you've found the perfect parking space....until you spot the construction signs plastered everywhere. There so much writing scribbled on them, how do you make sense of them? Take this Friday quiz!
Can you park in front of this sign?
A) No way. That’s why it’s all like orange and red.
B) Totally, if there isn’t any construction going on it means that it’s okay.
C) I’m not sure, it’s one of those construction zone thingies and I don’t
know what all the rules are with those things. I don’t want to get towed.
D) Yes, but only if it is not within the enforceable dates and/or times posted.
E) None of the above all of the time.
F) All of the above some of the time.
Think you know what to do? Tell us in the comments! The answers come after lunch.
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