Because retards are human.
The people park in driveways because a drive way is a place to park and parkways is a place were people go to work.
Think of it this way: parkways tend to go through scenic places, such as parks, whilst driveways are usually the only parts of one's property that one actually drives on.
To confuse people. :)
i have no clue!
Parkways earned their name because they traditionally have greenery similar to that of a park. You do drive on driveways on the way to your house (especially if you have a long driveway).
when we drive, we drive on the road. its just a way of GOING FARTHER. it would make no sense to park in the middle of the road!
Hundreds of years ago, cars used to be only for the richest people. So, they made parkways look like parks. That's where we got the term "parkway". Why we park in a driveway, I have no idea.
No. Commercial vans and trucks can run on thruways, not parkways. Parkways are resticted to cars only. There are low underpasses that vans and trucks will hit.
Driving on a driveway or parking in a parkway will damage muffler bearings,bend your Johnson rods,and loosen the ka-niffle pins holding the blinker fluid tank...dont say you were not warned.........
As long as it is secure and contained within the bed of the truck.
Apportioned plates are issued by the IRP as a way to calculate fees (taxes) to trucks that travel within two or more states. They are only issued to trucks and therefore, by default, are prohibited to operate on parkways. This applies to parkways in New York State. I am unclear of laws regarding this matter in other states.
Yes -- either that or there are an awful lot of trucks breaking the law and getting away with it. Trucks can't drive on are parkways but expressways are fine.
No vehicles with commercial license plates are allowed on parkways in NYC.
Durango will not move from park to drive?
Gardens Many parks state parks, city parks including Central Park in New York, Golden Gate Park in San Francisco Parkways and roadways such as Ocean Parkway in New York.
NO NO NO but NO!
F.L. Olmstead's PlanFrederick Law Olmstead (the designer of Central, Prospect and other NY area parks)wrote a report in 1871 that, among other things suggested a network of parkways through areas of Brooklyn and Queens that are now part of NYC. What is now Ocean Parkway and Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn was part of that plan. Ocean Parkway was to begin at the Parade Grounds at the south of Prospect Park, and run south to the shoreline beaches. Eastern Parkway would start at the Northern end of the park and travel eastward, toward proposed parkland. The present Eastern Parkway ends near cemetery lands. Olmstead's report was one of the earliest proposals for a Greater New York.
Pull gear selector from park to drive.
You can also park in a parking lot and drive in a driveway
It depends on the state & even within states, each specific parkway. For example, in NY most roads designated as parkways prohibit trucks, buses, towing, etc.