When someone parks near an intersection in Hoboken, NJ, people get upset. This person was called to document these infractions. In some cities, it is not illegal to park this way. It would be interesting to hear if safety is the main reason for this parking rule.
Is the purpose of enforcing intersection parking rules for safety reasons?
If so, then why is it tolerated for public vehicles to be able to break the law in non-emergency situations?
via Hoboken 411