I was reading about that earlier this week and that there are cities with actual laws that say you can do that to hold a spot after you've taken the time to shovel it clear...Ahhh...the things you folks have to think about that we have NO CLUE about here in Houston :o)
Omg! That's crazy. So if you clean it off then it's yours? Weird rules.
LOL!! Un-real! Out here, they would just move the chair or crash it with the car or something!
LOL!! There are actual laws for that??
So, in the City of Pittsburgh, it's actually not a law. The law says no one can reserve a parking space on a public street. However, it's a Pittsburgh tradition called parking chairs - if you shovel it, it's yours! They are all over the place. I have seen a parking stump, and some people have seen parking toilets. This apparently is totally a Pittsburgh phenomenon - the engineer has lived in many places and has never seen this except here!!!!!!
I have never seen this in upstate NY, and we certainly have snow.
"You've got a friend in Pennsylvania" but you may not have a cleared up parking spot!! :) I'm from the PA country, so we just waited until the plows got to our road to go anywhere. haaaaaa
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