Can a car park more than 12 inches away from the curb in Pennsylvania?

Answer The Pennsylvania vehicle code states that vehicles parked on one- or two-lane roads must be within 12 inches of the curb. If there is no curb, you must park as close to the edge of the road as poss... Read More »

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When parking parallel with a curb, do you turn your wheel before or after you put the car in park?

Doesn't matter. But putting it in park first will prevent rolling if you become distracted.

Is it illegal to park a broken down vehicle on the street if it is not blocking the road and is next to the curb facing the right way?

Answer If it is parked legally and it is registered, than it is ok. But if it sits too long, it can be given a 72 hour notice and if it is still there after that then they can consider it to be aba... Read More »

Which way do I curb my car wheels when parking uphill where there is no curb?

If you are parking your car on the right side of the road facing uphill and the road has no curb, turn your front wheels all the way to the right. This way, if your car rolls downhill, it will rol... Read More »

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