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Grande Prairie, Alberta, enacts RV parking law

(June 6, 2012) -- A bylaw passed last fall and being enforced this spring means any RV or fifth wheel parked on city streets for more than 48 hours is subject to a fine of $100, the Daily Herald Tribune reported. The bylaw also restricts an RV to park only on the property directly in front of one’s home, rather than in front of an adjacent lot or home.

GRAND PRAIRIE, Alberta — A bylaw passed last fall and being enforced this spring means any RV or fifth wheel parked on city streets for more than 48 hours is subject to a fine of $100, the Daily Herald Tribune reported.

According to the paper, the new rules were implemented to help avoid congestion and maintain good traffic visibility on local streets.

The bylaw also restricts an RV to park only on the property directly in front of one’s home, rather than in front of an adjacent lot or home.

To read the full story in the Daily Herald Tribune, click here.

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