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Chain parking is staying within a designated block (defined as a portion of a street, both sides, between two intersections) for more than the allotted time limit. Drivers must move to a new block within the specified time limit.
For example: If you are parked on the 1100 block of Commerce, you must move to the 1200 block or around the corner onto another street to avoid an overtime parking fine.
A boot is an immobilization device that is placed on the tire of a vehicle. A notice is also placed on the vehicle giving the owner 24 hours to pay all outstanding parking fines plus a $50 immobilization fee to have the boot removed.
After 24 hours the vehicle will be impounded and the owner will be required to pay all original fines, the $50 fee, and tow and storage fees to get the vehicle returned.