The legal distance between a parked car and a stop sign varies depending on where you are. A parked car must be 30 feet away from a stop sign in several American cities.
The city of San Diego and the state of New Jersey both demand 50 feet. In terms of how close a car can park, an intersection with a traffic signal is frequently viewed the same as a stop sign. The required distance from a fire hydrant is normally 10 feet, but the standard parking distance from a crosswalk is usually 20 to 25 feet. The area of the curb near a fire hydrant or stop sign is frequently painted red to alert drivers that parking there is prohibited.