Is it legal in California to park in front of your own driveway?
It is perfectly legal to park in front of your own driveway in the State of California. There are no laws against it and you will not be ticketed or fined for doing so.
There are, however, some things to keep in mind if you do choose to park in front of your own driveway. First, be mindful of your neighbors and try not to block their driveway or access to the street. Second, be sure to leave enough space for cars to get around you when entering or exiting your driveway. And finally, be aware of any parking restrictions in your neighborhood (such as permit parking).
So, there you have it - parking in front of your own driveway in California is totally legal. Just be mindful of your neighbors and be sure to follow any parking restrictions in your area.
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