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driving in the city

Freehold, New Jersey
4 posts
driving in the city

Need to pick up a stroller I want to purchase who lives on 56 street and 1st ave. what day and time would be best to drive into this busy city.

Edited: 17 December 2017, 15:16
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1. Re: driving in the city

Sunday morning

Freehold, New Jersey
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2. Re: driving in the city

thank you... can't make it then, how about which weekday?

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3. Re: driving in the city

On Weekdays, after 10am, before 1pm.

Where will you leave your car when you retrieve the stroller?

I hope it is a significant savings over New.

I won't drive from Staten Island to Manhattan for a Craigslist item, let alone all the way from Freehold.

New York, New York
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4. Re: driving in the city

Can the seller drop it at a UPS store, have them pack it and ship it to you? That would be a lot less trouble. If I'm not mistaken, UPS will do it all for you.

Freehold, New Jersey
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5. Re: driving in the city

wow never gave that a thought thanks

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6. Re: driving in the city

Agreed, just ship it. Otherwise, if you have to come in during the week, between 10 am and 1 pm would work.

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7. Re: driving in the city

You can;t park on the street - so unless the person will run out of the building with the stroller and stuff it in your car you will have to pay for parking. When you add that ($25?) onto the cost of tolls ($25?) and gas, never mind your time, what are you really saving? IMHO not worth it unless it's really free.

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8. Re: driving in the city

Zingy, you’re back, and no Jet Lag?

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9. Re: driving in the city

Can you bring someone with you who can go in and pick it up while you drive around the block?

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