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Q: Where can precise definitions be found regarding blocking a driveway in Mississippi?

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A: To find precise definitions about blocking a driveway in Mississippi, you should start by looking at the Mississippi state laws and local ordinances. You can check the Mississippi Code Annotated, specifically the sections related to traffic regulations and parking. These laws often detail what constitutes illegal parking and obstructions.

Additionally, visiting the website of your local city or county government might provide specific ordinances about driveway blocking. Local government websites often have a section for municipal codes or local laws, which can give you more detailed and relevant information.

If you need further clarification, you can contact your local police department or city hall. They can provide guidance on the specific rules and any potential consequences of blocking a driveway in your area.

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