From a reader:
Many drivers in our community seem to be unaware of one of the rules of the road: The driver that is on the clear side of a road, meaning, where there are no parked cars, has the right of way on a two-lane road. This includes nearly all of the residential roads in the area. Thus, if you are driving on the side where cars are parked, and there is an oncoming vehicle, regardless of whether you think you both fit next to the parked car, you are required by law to stop behind the parked car in your path, and wait until the oncoming vehicle passes.
Thank you and may we all enjoy safe and courteous driving.