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Is It Too Early To Think About The Holiday Season?
Well, it might feel that way, but it’s never too early to get your Holiday shopping done, that’s why we’re announcing our biggest holiday sale on paperback books ever! From now until December 25th, we’re offering you a 20% discount off either our Downtown or Midtown/Uptown Edition Manhattan parking books or a 30% discount if you buy both together. These books make great presents - who wouldn’t like to know where to find free street parking and inexpensive parking garages in Manhattan? Please note that we have only 4 copies of the Downtown Edition left (we have a few dozen copies of the Midtown/Uptown Edition) and when they’re sold out, that’s it. We probably won’t print more as the Parking Search Engines and ebooks seem to be the wave of the future. As an added bonus, we’ll only charge you shipping on the first book (or first ‘combo set’ of books) that you order - if you order more than one, we ship the rest to you free. So take advantage and get a jump on your holiday shopping without even leaving home: http://www.wheretofindparking.com/view/federguide_books.aspx?op=nd&intChild=0&cityid=12#books
Parking Meter Madness - Can The City Ticket You For A Random Act Of Kindness?
Parkazine reader Alison asked this intriguing question, which also got me thinking about obscure parking meter regulations: "Today I was putting coins into meters that I noticed were low on minutes. I filmed myself doing so, as it was part of my art project. The meter maids told me it was illegal to put quarters into a meter of a car that is not yours. Is this true?"