One general rule of parking is that you must not park in a place with the No Parking Sign.
We know parking can be quite tasking and in some cases, certain people develop parking anxiety. (Read here on our article about Parking Anxiety).
Another general rule is that whenever you want to park, you should look at your side mirrors to check out for other road users, indicating with your trafficator that you are about to make a stop or turning so that they have an idea of what you are about to do.
Here are some of the places where you should not park your vehicle:
When you park in these spaces, it is very easy to cause an accident, especially to pedestrians because you might be blocking them from seeing the movement of other vehicles.
These places are called emergency exits for a reason, parking there might cause a disturbance in the flow of movement.
Hence you should not park on a narrow road, flyovers, tunnels, and underbridges.
Double Parking means parking close to another vehicle or opposite it. Doing this will narrow the width of the road to less than that of two vehicles and this could cause traffic.
You can read here on Car Security.
Try to park within half a meter towards the edge of the road, read here.
With these pointers, you should know where and where not to park your vehicles to help with curbing traffic, safety of both other road users and your vehicles.
If you have difficulty with parking, you can read about amazing parking hacks here.