This article says you can’t parallel park in front of your driveway, but this person says her Supe said you can. What’s the deal? Can you parallel park in front of your own driveway, or will DPT give you a ticket?
According to Nell, a spokesperson for DPT Enforcement Services, you can block your own driveway if you comply with any and all applicable street sign restrictions (street cleaning, etc). If you receive a ticket for blocking a driveway and the driveway is your own, you should be able to fight it and win.
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