But Where do the Cars Go?
Its November First and in cities across the snow belt, winter parking rules are going into effect. Some say that there can be no on street parking during certain hours (probably for snow removal) and others institute opposite side of the street parking rules (park on the even side on even number days, odd side on odd number days. Fair Enough)
Now I ask my annual question, and will probably get no answer. If all the on street parking goes away, where do the cars that parked there go? And if there are spaces for them off street, why do they park on street in the first place?
We hear nothing but complaints about ‘not enough parking.’ But somehow, drivers find places to park when they are forced to do so.