Think in some cities paying someone’s parking meter is a fineable offense.
@Spider4x, y tho
@Spider4x, that seems like the douchest law
@Spider4x, that is so incredibly stupid, so of course it’s a law
The rational behind it is to keep people from over extending the typical 2 hour parking.
@Spider4x, I'm pretty sure everywhere it's technically illegal because it impedes the government's ability to shake us down for literally every last cent that it can. They'd rather the meter run out so they can fine someone and get orders of magnitude more money than have the meter properly fed for the amount of time its spot was occupied. Heck, in the town I live in they've made paying for someone else's spot nearly impossible by switching to an electronic, area-wide system that requires the user to input their license plate number, provides a receipt, and does not have a meter indicating a vehicle's remaining allotted time visible to passersby. I mean, it can still be done, but the amount of inconvenience relegates the behavior to a solely intentional practice, whereas previously it was a spur of the moment, "I-feel-like-helping-this-person-out-with-no-need-for-recognition-or-appreciation-simply-because-I-wanna-be-nice" kind of thing.
@Doctor Yak, read the comment above you.
@Majesticmoose00, Well, in the places I've been, if there's a 2 hour limit it's clearly posted. If there is no sign indicating a limit, one can leave their vehicle in that spot so long as they keep the meter fed, and that's what I'm talking about. I've never heard of it being common courtesy to not stay in an unlimited spot for no more than 2 hours, but I've also never spent much time in huge cities like NY or LA, so I may be lacking perspective.
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