See source, Truro Daily News
TRURO, Nova Scotia – Parking on Truro’s streets overnight is costing motorists cash.
The Truro Police Service has issued about 40 tickets since the town’s winter parking ban took effect on Dec. 15. The ban prohibits people from parking their vehicle on the streets between 1 and 7 a.m. from Dec. 15 to April 1.
The ticket fine is $15.00
Message from the Mayor of Truro:
“WINTER PARKING BAN ~ Reminder!
Residents and visitors to Truro are reminded of the seasonal overnight parking ban along Truro’s streets. The ban is in effect from December 15th until April 1st between the hours of 1:00am and 7:00am in the morning. Vehicles left along Town streets between the dates and hours
noted, will be towed away at the vehicle owner’s expense, and owners are subject to a $15.00 fine.
Under the Motor Vehicle Act, it is also prohibited to leave an unattended or parked vehicle along Town streets during or immediately after a winter storm, so as to hinder,
inconvenience, or prevent the proper removal of snow or ice.”