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How do I get a sign for towing / ticketing a car on my driveway in NJ that meets requirements


Live next to a dentist office so visitors constantly take my spot. Wondering how to get a sign to allow towing company or police to ticket the vehicle

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Usually your local walmart or lowes will have signs that you can install yourself. Not sure about the laws in your state concerning this. You may, however, contact your city hall for information in regard the issue you are having.


If you want to tow or ticket a vehicle parked on your driveway in the state of New Jersey, you will need to ensure that you have the proper signage in place that meets the state's requirements. Here are a few steps you can take:Research state requirements: Research the specific requirements for parking and towing signage in New Jersey, you can find this information online or check with the local police department or the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).Consult with an attorney: Consider consulting with an attorney who is knowledgeable about parking laws in your area to ensure that your signage meets all legal requirements.Purchase the proper signs: Purchase the required signs that meet the state of New Jersey's requirements, some companies may specialize in making parking signs and they may have the required font size, language, and other details that need to be on the sign.Post the signs: Clearly post the signs in the appropriate locations, such as on the entrance to your driveway or in the vicinity of the parking area.Keep record: Keep a record of when and where the signs were posted. It will be useful in case of any dispute.It's important to keep in mind that, in New Jersey, the law requires private property owners to post proper signage prior to towing a vehicle from a parking lot or driveway. The signs must have specific language and be of a certain size, and must be posted in a conspicuous location. So, it's crucial to ensure that the sign meets the requirements.Also, be aware of the laws and rules regarding towing and ticketing cars on private property in NJ, as they can vary by town and city, and check with local authorities if you have any doubts.

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