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What are some parking laws in Maryland?

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In Maryland, vehicles parked on two-way roads must park parallel to the right-hand curb with the right-side wheels within 12 inches of the curb, according to the 2010 Maryland Code, Title 21, Subtitle 10, Section 21-1004. This title covers rules of the road in Maryland.

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Vehicles parked on roads with one-way traffic must park parallel to the curb with the right-hand or left-hand wheels within 12 inches of the curb. The vehicle must face the direction that traffic moves on the road. The Maryland State Highway Authority or any local authority can place signs to prohibit parking if parking in that location endangers others using the road or interferes with traffic, states the 2010 Maryland Code, Title 21, Subtitle 10, Section 21-1004.

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