San Francisco Driver Knows He Should Turn Off of Market Street Inbound at 10th, But Doesn’t Feel Like It

I guess what people do is to look out for the cops first and then illegally switch lanes to continue down Market Street.

Note red neighborhood parking permit – this guy knows the score:

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Tourists and the bridge-and-tunnel crowd are different – they just can’t get their heads around the idea of not being able to go straight down Market, as motorists have done for more than a century.

Anyway, they’re the ones who tend to get caught.

While the sneaky locals manage to do what they want.

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2 Responses to “San Francisco Driver Knows He Should Turn Off of Market Street Inbound at 10th, But Doesn’t Feel Like It”

  1. Camarografo says:

    The parking sticker will give you an approximation of where this a$$ lives.

  2. Newb says:

    I ride by here all the time. The right turn only law is universally ignored. If they just stationed 1 motorcycle cop there 24/7, it would solve the city’s budget problem.

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