What Does a Red, Yellow or White Curb in Missouri Mean?
I've driven a vehicle for so many years of my life, I have to confess I sometimes do things out of habit without really thinking of what certain colors mean. This is a great example. Do you know what a red, yellow or white curb means for parking in Missouri? It's more complicated than you might think.
The question of curb colors and parking has been addressed by the website Your Mechanic. Here's a brief synopsis of what they share about curbs, colors and what they mean for your parking.
White curb - You can park there for a little while, but it's generally understood that's a short term thing.
Yellow curb - This is where the loading fun happens and yes that's sarcasm. Yes, it is for loading and unloading things in a certain area, but don't think you can park there and leave since you'd be blocking someone (you guessed it) who plans to unload or load.
Red curb - You can't park, stand or basically exist in a red zone. Don't even breathe there. Move as in skedaddle since it's a fire zone.
I normally associate red signs or markings with "don't". Yellow makes my mind think "caution" and white...well, white is when my mind goes blank frequently. Now, I just need to make my mind understand that applies to curbs, too.