Tania deLuzuriaga photographed her neighbor's lazy-ass space saving on Savin Hill early in the storm.
Ummm won't all the snow be the space saver?
Let me know when a cyclist crashes into a space saver and goes to the hospital. Then I'll be impressed.
This morning I jogged down Bradfield Ave and saw at least half a dozen spaces with cones, chairs, or flower pots in them. I think/suspect this is because the street is sandwiched between snow emergency routes. You leave for work and come home to find nowhere to park because everyone on Centre moved their cars. Today is/was a good day to stay home, get that car positioned, and sit tight for the next 24 hours.
That definitely isn't how it's supposed to work, even in Boston - the only city I know of that allows space savers. Snow parking bans & shoveling requirements in Massachusetts, city-by-city: http://www.bostoncondolawyer.com/2013/02/08/city-snow-emergency-rules-ma/
2. If one of these pieces of shit flies into your neighbor's car or house window, will you be paying for it?
3. If one of these pieces of shit flies into your car or house window, will your insurance cover it?
Putting stuff that can fly out when high winds are predicted isn't just futile, it is reckless.
No....Way beyond stupid is more like it!
I went out around 8pm to walk to the park and saw them! They hadn't blown around, but were much deeper in the snow. Ridiculous.
toss that shit in the nearest dumpster!