Ritika Sherry

Ritika is a content manager for SmartSign. Her talents include research, technical writing, and losing her phone at the first chance she gets. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Pune University, India, she set off to test her writing skills (still in beta mode). Now, with over three years of experience in content writing, she has produced and managed content for multiple websites (automobiles, glamour, fashion, and travel.) Presently, she helps her team of writers wrap their head around the wonderful world of signage.

Ritika Sherry's Latest Posts

Should private companies issue parking tickets?

Should private companies issue parking tickets?

| January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Since 2010, LAZ Parking’s private officers have been writing thousands of tickets for parking violations in Chicago.  Hired by the city’s private concessionaire, Chicago Parking Meters, LAZ parking has managed to raise over 15 million in revenue to date, leaving some to wonder if there is more than meets the eye. In 2008, Chicago Parking Meters (CPM) […]

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How to find a parking spot during the holidays

How to find a parking spot during the holidays

| December 4, 2013

Fighting for a parking spot may be less dramatic than gladiatorial combat, but it can be just  as fierce, oftentimes turning deadly. The problem peaks during the holidays with flocks of shoppers hitting the stores, endangering pedestrians and motorists alike. With over 38 million holiday travelers hitting the roads between Wednesday and Sunday — all […]

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To stop disabled parking violations, do you aim for the wallet or conscience?

To stop disabled parking violations, do you aim for the wallet or conscience?

| May 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

For many, the temptation of a disabled parking spot is too great to resist. Whether it’s borrowing a family member’s legitimate placard, using an illegally printed permit, or simply parking at the spot for “just a minute”; many will violate the law for the sake of convenience. To show how rampant disabled parking abuse has […]

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Road Work Signs – When and Why They Are Used

Road Work Signs – When and Why They Are Used

| January 11, 2012

Construction or repairs performed along the roadway can be hazardous for construction workers and drivers alike. Factors such as loose gravel, heavy machinery, blasters, high water, soft shoulders, uneven pavements, smoke, freshly oiled roads and more can cause accidents leading to injuries and fatalities among moving traffic. All this is in addition to the impact […]

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Distance between parking signs – how far should you go?

Distance between parking signs – how far should you go?

| January 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

While posting appropriate Parking or No Parking Signs on roads, in private driveways, offices, malls, business complex etc., sign installers are often faced with questions like- How many signs should be installed- How much is too much?  How far apart should two signs be erected? How tall a Parking Sign should be in order to […]

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Traffic Signs For Kids That Every Parent Should Teach

Traffic Signs For Kids That Every Parent Should Teach

| January 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

We all love our children and do everything in our hands to keep them safe and protected from any kind of danger. And while we want to be with our kids all the time to guard them against any peril, it is practically impossible, not to mention irrational! Kids are exposed to danger almost everywhere, […]

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Keep Bus Lanes and Fire Lanes Free

Keep Bus Lanes and Fire Lanes Free

| January 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

Fire lanes and Bus lanes are vital for the smooth operation of the entire traffic on the road. Emergencies can creep up anytime and fire lanes play an important role in aiding emergency vehicles to reach the desired location on time. Similarly, bus lanes are necessary to keep heavy vehicles like buses (public or private) […]

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