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When they say no commercial vehicles allowed on NY parkways, do they also include vans that do businesses, such as plumbing, or not?

Asked by: Adam2
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  • No, the restriction of commercial vehicles allowed on NY parkways doesn't include vans that do businesses, such as plumbing.

    To the best of my knowledge, the restriction of commercial vehicles allowed on NY parkways doesn't include vans that do businesses, such as plumbing. This restriction refers to weight restrictions regulated by the department of transportation and vehicles that are making deliveries to loading docks as opposed to front end deliveries like mail.

  • The purpose of disallowing commercial vehicles is to free up traffic for residents

    There is a reason for disallowing commercial vehicles from specific parkways, however this does not include all commercial vehicles period, but rather vehicles that are hauling products. This does not include service vehicles such as vans for businesses that perform services for various types of business and residential clients. Service vehicles, while commercial in nature are not excluded, as they often need to use these parkways to reach clients.


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