The Expat Guide: Prohibited Parking
Carro’s Expats guide (Part 1): Parking in Singapore
Road signage and markings may differ from one country to another. Let’s try our best not accumulate fines unnecessarily, shall we? This is the first part of three part parking guide around Singapore specially compiled by Carro. Follow this guide closely and driving will be a breeze without having to worry about having to pay premiums.
Where Not to Park Cars
Unbroken Double Yellow Lines
Unbroken Single Yellow Line
Unbroken Single White Line
Unbroken Double White Lines
Within 3 Meters of a Fire Hydrant
Within 6 Meters of a Junction or Intersection
Within 9 Meters of a Bus Stop
No Waiting Sign
No waiting at all times along the side of the road.
No Stopping Sign
No stopping at all times along this side of the road.
Single Yellow Zig-Zag Line on The Side of The Road
No parking at all times on this side of the road and on the public footpath adjacent to the road.
Double Yellow Zig-Zag Lines on The Side of The Road
No stopping at all times on this side of the road and on the public footpath adjacent to the road.
Single White Zig-Zag Line
No stopping at all times on this road.
Within a Pedestrian Crossing
We hope this guide has been helpful revision for you. Remember to be responsible on the roads at all times, for your life and the lives of others.
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