Sometimes, you’ll see three cars pulled over at the same time. It’s safe to say, “The Grace Period is Now Over.”
Now, what kind of person ignores the giant signs on inbound Market telling them to Turn Right Only?
The kind of person who has a greater tendency to lack a driver license or insurance or registration or registration hardcopy or registration decal. Oh well.
So, that’s life on the Streets of San Francisco these days.
This tike was not happy, that’s for sure:
Click to expand
What people tend to say to the SFPD is something like:
Well, how am I supposed to get to the Nordstrom?
The answer, involving the mention of Mission Street or Folsom, well that strikes our visitors as craaaaaazy.
So they conclude, if they hadn’t already, that it’s a hassle to drive about SoMA and Union Square and the FiDi.
Which it is.
And some of them vow to never come back.
Tags: 10th, 6th, 8th, bummer, car free market, car-free, cars, citation, commercial, cops, corvette, department, dept., DPT, financial, forced, grace, inbound, mandatory, market, market street, meter maids, motorcycle, mta, parking control officers, pco, pco's, peroiod, police, right, San Francisco, sfdpt, SFMTA, SFPD, shopper, shoppers, sixth, soma, stores, street, summer, taxis, tenderloin, ticket, tourists, traffic, trucks, union, union square, vehicles