The rules for parking a vehicle that obstructs the flow of traffic in angled spaces vary according to municipality in Washington State. The city of Bellingham has a municipal code stating that no person shall park a vehicle in a parking spot so that any part of the vehicle extends beyond the markings of the parking spot, meaning this RV in Fairhaven is not parked legally.
The rules for parking a vehicle that obstructs the flow of traffic in angled spaces vary according to municipality in Washington State. The city of Bellingham has a municipal code stating that no person shall park a vehicle in a parking spot so that any part of the vehicle extends beyond the markings of the parking spot, meaning this RV in Fairhaven is not parked legally. Adam Resnick Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
The rules for parking a vehicle that obstructs the flow of traffic in angled spaces vary according to municipality in Washington State. The city of Bellingham has a municipal code stating that no person shall park a vehicle in a parking spot so that any part of the vehicle extends beyond the markings of the parking spot, meaning this RV in Fairhaven is not parked legally. Adam Resnick Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Hey buddy, what’s your angle for parking that over-sized vehicle on the street?

September 11, 2017 5:00 AM