parkingsign.jpgWhy can’t you park vehicles over 6 ft high in certain places? This has been bugging me for a long time.

What is the point of this parking rule? I’ve seen it at 22nd and Church, and this pic is from 24th and Fair Oaks, I think.

According to the SF Department of Parking, “No Parking Vehicles Over Six Ft. High” signs are sometimes instated near “hazardous intersections.”

“When large vehicles park on those corners, people may not be able to see stop signs or oncoming traffic,” a spokesperson told me.

Now you know!

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