A reader writes us on Saturday:
“Please let your readers know that they should avoid parking overnight on 4th St NW between K and L. Every few weeks there’s one or two break-ins, but this morning all but one of these cars had their windows smashed — 15 at my count.”
But also be consider where you park. Thanks to Ruth for sending from Capitol Hill. Read More
1600 block of V Street, NW
This is the second time in a week (and umpteenth time this year) that the police have parked in our designated, residential handicapped parking spot. Not for emergency purposes, but for their convenience because we live across the street from the police station. The last time they did this they left the car in the spot overnight. I have at least a dozen other photos of them parking in our spot.”
Thanks to Sarah for sending: “Spotted in Georgetown… DDOT no parking sign for literally two minutes of the day.”
Thanks to Joanna for sending: “Maryland truck parked in permit only parking, in front of a fire hydrant, and past the parking sign post which in turn visually blocks the stop sign from traffic. I’ve seen people blow through intersections when work trucks park like this because they fail to see the stop sign.”
Spotted this guy in Cleveland Park yesterday
Ed. Note: Don’t forget you can get a free ride today to celebrate the 9 year anniversary. Just don’t forget to park it back in a proper dock when you’re done.
Thanks to Sylvia for sending on Friday:
“They are repaving swann between 16 and 17 NW. Today was dig up the road day. This car didn’t move and instead of towing it they just left the car on its own little piece of street and dug around it. It doesn’t even have tickets on it! How do I get this treatment? If I am 2 min late for street cleaning, my cars already been towed 3 blocks away.”
Thanks to Brandon for sending:
“Taken this past weekend in the parking garage of the H St NE Giant. I think the Challenger SRT gets about 13 MPG in the city. Mustang is probably a bit better. There was plenty of other parking available. Which made this even more hilarious.”
Part one here.
Thanks to Amanda for sending from Adams Morgan: “anyone from Philly knows this person means business!”
Ed. Note: Well, if they took the time to shovel it…