In a Way, the Great Car Towaway of Bay to Breakers 2014 Has Already Begun – Will You Pass This Parking IQ Test?

Begin:

Look at these workers throwing signs over parked cars and into Golden Gate Park just yesterday. SFGov is required to give a little notice, so this is how they do it. Is it enough? Well, IDK. It’s certainly not enough for some people. (But think of the poor tow truck drivers who want to rifle through your car for loose change and folding money – they’re sort of people too, right?)

Here’s what the signs say:

So if you see the signs and then make sure to move your car off of Fell or Hayes or all those other streets, you pass the test – cngrats.

But if you parked your car before the towaway signs ¬†went up, well, you’ve been towed and that will run you somewhere between $500-$1000.

Welcome to San Francisco!

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2 Responses to “In a Way, the Great Car Towaway of Bay to Breakers 2014 Has Already Begun – Will You Pass This Parking IQ Test?”

  1. maggie says:

    have you received any complaints that notice was not provided for cars parked on California Street the Saturday before the race?

    thanks

  2. sfcitizen says:

    No I haven’t. California surprises me – I didn’t know it went that far north…