COVID-19, the new coronavirus spreading throughout the world, has upended every aspect of daily life in New York City. From work to driving and everything in between, things are incredibly different now than when the year first started. With most businesses closed, you may find yourself driving much less. Consider car storage in NYC to ensure your car is parked legally.
The mayor has decided to close NYC schools for the rest of the school year, which affects parking rules significantly. In a normal school year, there is no parking in school zones during certain hours of the day. Of course, with schools closed, parking is permitted. However, it’s still a good idea to be wary of events bringing in staff. When these events occur, there is no parking allowed. While most events are canceled due to the virus, we still suggest calling 311 to be sure.
Alternate side parking has been affected by COVID-19 as well. Alternate side parking refers to a specific time and day when a street gets cleaned. During this time, you are not allowed to park or idle on the restricted street. As of this writing, alternate side parking has been suspended until May 12, 2020. Of course, with things rapidly changing due to the virus, this date may be extended. We suggest calling 311 or visiting 311.nyc.gov to stay up-to-date on parking rules and regulations.
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With fewer people driving their cars, available parking spots are limited. Our services are an excellent choice for those who want to store their vehicle securely. We offer the best auto storage New York has to offer.
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