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    Is it correct to write 'VEHICLES PARKING FOR STAFF ONLY' in the sense 'staff vehicles only' infront of an office?

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    Re: grammar

    More common: Employee parking only

    (Usually the staff parks around back or in less desirable locations, saving the spots out front for customers.)

    You don't need the word vehicles. (Few people are taking their horses to work these days.

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    Re: grammar

    VEHICLES PARKING FOR STAFF ONLY It means, parking for staff vehicles only. There's also, staff parking only.

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