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(1) In all places where painted lines, curbs or signs on or near a public street reasonably indicate locations, durations, or the manner in which motor vehicles may or may not be parked, it shall be unlawful to park a motor vehicle in any location or in any manner contrary to the painted lines, curbs or signs.

(2) Unless otherwise directed by painted lines, curbs or signs, if parking is permitted, motor vehicles shall be parked parallel to the curb. If there is no curb such parking shall be off the traveled part of the street and parallel to the street on which the vehicle is located.

(Enacted 1985-62, Am 1996-12)