I just wanted to know which preposition is correct in the following examples below. I've seen
both being used but wanted to know whether they're interchangeable or whether only one preposition is correct in The English UK language. Thanks

1) I've parkerd my car IN the street ? Or I've parked my car ON the street? 2) The car is parked in the side road or the car is parked ON the side road? 3) I live in a street called... Or I live on a street called... Same for road? I'm just not too sure which one to use or are both acceptable. Can both prepositions be used. Thanks

asked Mar 29 '13 at 23:26 Jaz New member

Thanks Lewis for responding. I think the preposition 'In' can be used too when referring to city streets in British English ? Example- A police car was parked in a side street. Another example-No parking in a restricted street. Please clarify if possible , thanks.

JazMar 30 '13 at 01:28

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