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Take this as your warning: The winter overnight parking ban in Chicago starts on Thursday.

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Many Chicagoans hate this time of year. Beginning on Thursday, December 1, there will be no overnight parking allowed.

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According to Andrew Ramos of CBS 2, locals should take notice of this warning.

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Every year, people are taken by surprise when it occurs. They might believe that there is no ban if there is no snow,

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but starting on December 1, there will be no parking between the hours of 3 a.m. and 7 a.m. Sanitation employees should find it simpler to securely remove any snow thanks to this measure.

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On December 1 of last year, right at three in the morning, our nonstop news crews observed a large number of tow trucks pulling and dragging vehicles to tow lots.

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107 miles of the city's principal streets are subject to the regulation, which is in force until April 1.

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Luis Wantroba, a resident of Pilsen, stated, "You have to go through this whole process and your whole day is uprooted and it's just a genuine shot to the gut."

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Wantroba, like many Chicagoans, has discovered the city's ban the hard way. Just last year, he was towed.

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"It's just another method for the city to make money, and they're simply trying to pull people down," he continued, "by giving them tickets and towing automobiles."

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Despite the fact that the ban in some places is intended to help with snow removal, a widespread misunderstanding has long perplexed many car owners.

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