How Far from a Private Driveway Must You Park?


Every state will have different laws concerning how far away you must park from a private driveway. Just as an example, Pennsylvania recommends that you park at least 5 feet away from the private entrance. Never block a driveway whether it is public or private, that's illegal altogether.
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Each state and city has a different law about how far you can park from a private driveway. The general law, however is that no one can park within 5 feet of a driveway. This is much different from the 15-30 feet from a stop sign.
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