Don't even get me started on the signage within California state. Which will be a post at some point.
The image below demonstrates how assumed and accurate signage ideologies merge, and can easily confuse people without constant exposure to the norm. My perspective stems from: "What if a foreigner arrives and there are no examples given to follow?"
The image above shows "normal" vehicle parking positions, as the signage is marked in San Diego, California. But that is simply my point. The parking signage shows bounds that do not completely apply. Look at the direction of bounded enclosure space for the vehicles. If you followed the bounded enclosure, you would think that San Diego allows for double vehicle parking, as shown below.
Pretty cool, no? Not unless you want to get a parking ticket.
The appropriate boundaries should be marked as follows.
Simple, straightforward and not confusing.
Case closed. Well at least until the next California signage posting.
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