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Add me to the people who are pretty sure this is already allowed. Several of my colleagues who live downtown and work in Gaithersburg do this at Shady Grove. The sign says not to park more than 24 hours, and we don't. The exit gates are generally up until around 9am, so if you leave before then, you don't have to pay.

This past week, I've been doing the same thing at Grosvenor, so as not to be part of the SafeTrack delays, and the same scheme works there, when I've left the lot, the exit gates are up.

by Andrew on Aug 12, 2016 10:44 am • linkreport

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