Keep your eyes peeled Chicago. Chicago’s winter parking ban has gone into effect.
That’s right the blue and red signs with the snowflake on each corner actually mean something now. The ban in palace means that from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m. regardless of snow, all cars parked on the near 107 miles of main streets with this sign will be towed. The damage if you are towed will include a 150-dollar towing fee, a 60-dollar ticket, and a 25 dollar per day fee, which I don’t think anyone wants to go through. Lucky as of right now, dibs to not counter in as a towable vehicle, so if you want to keep your stop this year without paying an extra charge, that chair you usually chuck out on the curb will be a good replacement for your car for the time being.
If you want to know more about the new winter parking rules head to the main article here. Stay warm out there Chicago!