BMW, BMW Group, Mercedes-Benz, and Nissan are pushing back on bicycle parking restrictions in the U.S. with new bicycle parking policies that include restrictions on the number of bikes parked in a row.
The policies are aimed at limiting the number and size of bicycles and bicycles in parking spaces and encourage more shared use of bikes and bicycles.
The new policies were announced by BMW, the largest automaker in the world, in partnership with the U, S.A., and Canada.
BMW’s bike parking policies require that a maximum of 30 bicycles can be parked at any one time.
The company’s policy also prohibits bicycles in shared spaces and bikes in bike racks.
The policy states that bicycles must be kept at least 5 feet (1 meter) away from the curb.
It also states that bikes are not allowed to park on street parking lots or in parking lots adjacent to retail or restaurant areas.
Nissan’s policy states bikes can be kept up to 12 feet (3 meters) away.
BMW, which owns BMW Group and Nissan Motor Company, has already implemented a policy that requires that its bikes be kept off the sidewalk in front of restaurants, hotels, and other businesses, and bikes must be separated from parked vehicles.
It’s not clear how many bikes will be allowed to be in a given space, although BMW says that at least 40% of its parking spaces in the country are reserved for bicycles.
Nissan, which is owned by Nissan Motor Co., has also implemented a bicycle parking policy that prohibits bikes from being parked in the same spot for more than 60 minutes.
It requires bikes to be separated in the space where the bicycle is parked and in a separate location in a parking lot, or on a separate street.
The bike parking regulations also prevent bikes from blocking sidewalks or blocking parking spaces.