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    I recently passed my test and only got a car yesterday. I'm a bit confused at these signs.There's a street with a single yellow line on both sides. There are small yellow signs on both sides along the road that reads 10-11am mon-fri.

    Does this mean I can park there but not at 10-11am? I can also park on the left if the sign is on the right?
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    (Original post by orka)
    I recently passed my test and only got a car yesterday. I'm a bit confused at these signs.There's a street with a single yellow line on both sides. There are small yellow signs on both sides along the road that reads 10-11am mon-fri.

    Does this mean I can park there but not at 10-11am? I can also park on the left if the sign is on the right?
    Are you sure it's 10am to 11am? Seems a bit odd to just have an hour.

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    (Original post by orka)
    I recently passed my test and only got a car yesterday. I'm a bit confused at these signs.There's a street with a single yellow line on both sides. There are small yellow signs on both sides along the road that reads 10-11am mon-fri.

    Does this mean I can park there but not at 10-11am? I can also park on the left if the sign is on the right?
    cant park between 10 and 11 on weekdays, all other times are fine.

    You can park on either side of any road, providing you're not causing an obstruction.

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    Are you sure it's 10am to 11am? Seems a bit odd to just have an hour.Posted from TSR Mobile
    you usually get such times to stop the 9 - 5 workers parking and leaving their cars there all day, fairly common near colleges / universities and large office blocks / factories and the like
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    (Original post by kernow24)
    cant park between 10 and 11 on weekdays, all other times are fine.

    You can park on either side of any road, providing you're not causing an obstruction.

    you usually get such times to stop the 9 - 5 workers parking and leaving their cars there all day, fairly common near colleges / universities and large office blocks / factories and the like
    Oh fair enough. Makes sense, we've got no parking between 6pm - 8am mon-fri near us.

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    The symbol on the little yellow sign looks like this: Name:  no waiting.gif
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Size:  5.4 KB and means "No waiting" in this instance. Generally, it means "Waiting restrictions apply". In context with the text, it means "No waiting 10am - 11am". Hope this helps

    (Original post by kernow24)
    You can park on either side of any road, providing you're not causing an obstruction.
    OP mentioned that the yellow lines were on both sides, so it pays to check the signs on each side as there's a chance that different hours may apply.
 
 
 
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