What Is a Driveway Apron?

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A driveway apron is a small pavement constructed at the front side of a garage with a curb built in the sidewalk. This apron may not be big enough to accommodate a car. Cars are allowed to park in driveways so as to ensure the streets are clear for traffic.
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