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- Aug 4, '12 by MJB2010Quote from PinkRNBSNThere is a difference between parking illegally and intentionally blocking someone in. No one has the right to think that what they are doing is more important than someone else. Maybe the person you blocked in needed to go to chemo? I don't think nurses should be exempt is my point. In our society there are rules, we all need to follow them to prevent chaos. Parking is annoying, I grew up in the city, but you need to plan for that.MJB2010 you have a right to your own opinion...my point is only that nurses should be exempt while ON DUTY and visiting patients.
- Aug 4, '12 by PinkRNBSNExactly my point @mjaybx
- Aug 4, '12 by PinkRNBSNGreat point but don't assume b/c I double parked closer to the hydrant just in case the parked car had an emergency.
- Aug 4, '12 by NRSKarenRNLast edit by NRSKarenRN on Aug 4, '12
- Aug 4, '12 by Sweet_Wild_RoseNurses are not above the law. Ambulances have rights over private citizens because they are responding to emergencies. You may be a nurse providing care, but generally home care is not emergency care. Public transportation is plentiful in NYC, take advantage of it if you can't find parking on a routine base. Your poll is a bit biased, but I picked the last option anyway.
- Aug 4, '12 by caliotter3
- Aug 4, '12 by mjaybxI think OP would rather eat the $115 cost , NYC transit is a nightmare. Trains are seldom
on time and dealing with crazy disturbed people is ok at work but on the train .. Forgetaboutit
- Aug 4, '12 by edmiaUnfortunately for you, NYC parking is a fierce game. I would make my life easier and use public transportation to city clients. It would save you hours and money. Good luck!
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- Aug 4, '12 by Tragically HipQuote from edmiaAs has already been said three times, this ^.Unfortunately for you, NYC parking is a fierce game. I would make my life easier and use public transportation to city clients. It would save you hours and money. Good luck!
If I had access to the NYC public transit system, I'd sell my car for scrap.
- Aug 4, '12 by MomRN0913I just got my first ticket as a visiting nurse. Street cleaning rules. My option was to get out of the house by a certain time, or park really far in the ghetto with shady characters on the street corners. I got out 20 min past the parking time, and 5 minutes before that was when I was issued the ticket. I think it sucks. I believe in certain circumstances if we had a plaque or sticker of some sort, we should not get ticketed. However, I am glad I risked the ticket instead of my safety.