What Are Some Parking Rules Enforced in Los Angeles, California?


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Enforced parking rules in Los Angeles, California, include no parking on the sidewalk, in an intersection, within 15 feet of a fire hydrant or at one location for more than 72 continuous hours, notes the City of Los Angeles. The city also does not allow parking by unattached semi trailers.

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Los Angeles does not enforce certain parking regulations during national holidays. Some examples are regulations regarding time limits, parking meters, street sweeping and preferential parking districts, notes the City of Los Angeles. If the national holiday falls on the weekend, the city observes the parking restriction changes on both the holiday and the weekday observed holiday. For example, holidays that occur on Sunday are observed on Monday.

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