Friday, July 06, 2007

Tucon, AZ Restricts RV Parking

Tucson, Arizona | Published: 07.05.2007
The rules have changed for Tucson motor home owners who park their vehicles on the street — and for their neighbors who don't like it.
As part of an overhaul of its parking ordinances, the city has banned all but short-term parking of non-passenger vehicles — namely recreational vehicles and boats — on city streets.

The rule, which also applies to commercial vehicles and buses, says those vehicles cannot be parked on the street for any part of two consecutive days. That means if you park it on Saturday night, when you get up Sunday morning you're in violation. The fine for each violation is $25.
And just moving it up the street or around the corner won't help. Parking anywhere in the same block is the same as not moving the vehicle at all.
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