Picture of triple-parkers from

Passing a vehicle across a double line in New York State is a 3-point offense. It's difficult to find out what the penalty is for parking across a double line. New Yorkers are overly familiar with egregious parking jobs, but had to admire the triple-parking job that some neighbors accomplished recently. Apparently, the diagonal hash marks on the left of the road indicated to one driver that the street was as good as a parking lot.

It also looks like that there are occupants in the left and middle cars, meaning that it's not even really parking, just vehicular meandering. How one would bypass this tri-lanx of cars to get to a destination without crossing into oncoming traffic seems like a mystery.