SNOW PLOWING AND PARKED CARS ON THE ROAD
Snow plowing is often done at night and under constraints in order to finish before the school buses begin their rounds. In order to adequately clean the road surfaces for safe travel, snow is pushed off, usually into the right-of-way. Too often cars have been parked on the road or right-of-way which creates narrow lanes. This can result in property damage, landscape destruction, mail boxes being knocked over, automobiles being damaged by the snowplow blades, and sometimes inadequate plowing. Parking on the road is more apt to happen in the winter than summer when grass and lawns are open.