The Laws About a Blocked Driveway

The Laws About a Blocked Driveway

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The Laws About a Blocked Driveway
Traffic laws vary from State to State, and thus, there will be different consequences in regards to a blocked driveway. Certain jurisdictions will also have definitions as to what it means to block a driveway. Some may define it as the vehicle blocking the driveway to the extent that no vehicle can enter or exit because a prominent portion of the vehicle has blocked the driveway. Other jurisdictions have more strict interpretations, where even the smallest fraction of the vehicle in the driveway's path is considered a blocked driveway.
 
 
However, the most common consequences involved with a blocked driveway are a ticket and possibly a tow. Many jurisdictions will give a ticket if the car blocks a driveway, but not to the extent where other vehicles cannot enter or exit. In the case the blocked driveway is completely obstructed, law enforcement agencies may tow the car. 
 

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