& # 39; Typo? & # 39; Drivers are VERY confused by a parking sign – so can you train if you can stop here?
- A Melbourne Reddit user posted a photo of a & # 39; confusing & # 39; parking sign
- The sign said that between 7.30 pm and 6.30 pm the drivers could park for half an hour
- Many social media users believed there was a typo in the board
Commuters are confused by a street sign that gives bizarre instructions about when and how long they can park their car.
A Melbourne Reddit user posted the photo of the & # 39; confusing & # 39; plates on sunday.
The first sign that was explained from Monday to Saturday, between the hours of 7.30 pm and 6.30 pm, was that the drivers could only leave their vehicle there for half an hour.
The first sign that was explained from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 7.30 p.m. and 6.30 p.m. motorists could only leave their car there for half an hour
From Monday to Saturday between 6:30 PM and 8:30 PM and on Sundays between 7:30 AM and 6:30 PM drivers can park their cars for two hours.
The first sign has left commuters who scratch their heads.
& # 39; Type error? Top 7.30 should be instead of pm, & a person said.
Others agree that the first sign must be a mistake and that it should read between the hours of 7.30 am and 6.30 pm.
& # 39; Does the sign not cover a 23-hour window, & # 39; said a person.
& # 39; So you really didn't declare an hour between 6:30 PM and 7:30 PM? I'm wrong, I didn't do math in VCE. & # 39;
Another asked: & # 39; But what about the one-hour overlap between 7.30 p.m. in the upper part and 8.30 p.m. in the second part? Can you park for half an hour or two hours?
The first sign has left commuters who scratch their heads. & # 39; Typo & # 39 ;, one of the social media users asked. & # 39; Top should be 7.30 instead of & # 39; pm & # 39; (stock image)
Others wondered if the error in the sign meant that they could get away with parking without being fined.
& # 39; Wonder if you could claim that you were fined between 7.30 and 6.30 p.m. man.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted The City Of Melbourne for comments.
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