After the blizzards in the north space savers have come out of the closet to be used to hold shoveled out parking spots. It is a long tradition in cities like Chicago, South Boston, and other large cities to use an item to hold your parking space after you spend hours removing the snow.
The rule on these unique parking space savers is that you have officially 48 hours to keep them in place, and then you must remove them. In Boston the crews have already been out and removed a lot of space savers.
If you are brave enough to remove someones parking space holder then, be prepared to have your neighbor pay your vehicle a visit that might possibly end up in slit tires.
We have listed a wide variety of the odd that has or have been used this year and in the past.
These are real gambles to use, because the store is known to come by and collect their carts. I bet the cart boys just love doing that.
Laundry Soap Bottles
You can’t miss the bright orange or blue bottles, but they are also easily removed from your spot and if asked you can say you easily missed them.
This can range from your average plastic beach chairs, to heavy and hard to move furniture like dressers and coffee tables.
Looks like everyone can sit down on this part of the street.
No, this is not for beautification; these dead plants are holding their owners cherished parking spot until they return.
Light, easy to move, but also easy for a car to shove into the street if they really want your parking space.
These have almost the same effect of the milk carton, easy to see, but easy to move out of the way.
When in doubt stop and slide. You can’t have the parking spot, but you can take a few moments to slip and slide.
Who would dare move this statue? You might be sent to hell!
A Star is Born
This should avert most parking space thieves. Yeah Right! Good luck with that one.
Unique and who would want to move Elvis out of the way? He might be stolen for someones living room though depending on who sees this parking space holder.