Last modified on 16 June 2013, at 23:11

white zone

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white zone (plural white zones)

  1. (US, California) An area of a street where the curb has been painted white, indicating that the spot is only to be used for the immediate loading or unloading of passengers, baggage or freight, or for short-term parking, and (in some places, such as airports) that the vehicle is not to be left unattended.

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