How Close Can You Park to a Stop Sign?


The closest you can park to a STOP sign is at least 30 feet away. Otherwise, you will get fined. This is also true for traffic signals and YIELD signs.
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The exact amount of feet varies from state to state. On average, you should park about 25 feet away from a posted stop sign. In Illinois, cars must be parked at least 30 feet away.
Driving and parking laws may vary from state to state. In many places, including Washington, DC, drivers cannot park any closer than 25 feet from a stop sign or an intersection.
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