SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- With summer heating up and the Fourth of July just around the corner, San Diego Police are reminding residents and tourists about parking rules at the beach.
With a record breaking 46.9 million people throughout the U.S. expected to travel this Independence Day, you can bet the beaches will be packed.
Ahead of the upcoming holiday, police released several videos, including general beach rules, camping and parking rules.
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Check out the rules for parking at the beach below:
- Unloading in red zones is prohibited
- Pedestrians can’t occupy parking spaces in a public parking lot to save or claim a parking spot without a vehicle
- No barbecues, tables, or chairs are allowed in parking stalls
- No double parking is allowed
- Plan to arrive early
- RVs cannot in multiple marked parking stalls San Diego Police tweeted the video
The ☀️ will be shining this weekend! Which means people will be headed to our amazing @CityofSanDiego beaches. Before you head to the beach, watch this video regarding parking rules. Stay tuned for 1 more video. Please share and retweet the video! pic.twitter.com/z1k6NLwfkU
— San Diego Police Department (@SanDiegoPD) June 30, 2018