May 24, 2012 by Canadian Underwriter
Questionable manoeuvring of recreational vehicles (RVs) has prompted the Calgary Parking Authority (CPA) to remind everyone that there is a right way to put things in park.
Spring and summer traditionally brings with it a number of complaints about how RVs are being parked in residential neighbourhoods, notes a CPA statement.
The authority can now enforce location and time-duration infractions involving RVs separately under a recently amended bylaw.
On average, 300 tags are issued annually to owners of improperly parked RVs. Fines for non-compliance range from $40 if paid within 10 days to $75 if paid after 30 days. There is also a fine provision for hazardous parking of RVs of as much as $160.
Among other things, CPA encourages RV owners to follow these tips: