CHICAGO (WLS) -- A warning for people who park their cars on the streets of Chicago: The city's annual winter overnight parking ban begins Friday, Dec. 1.[br /][br /]It will be enforced between 3 a.m. and 7 a.m. until April 1, 2018, whether there's snow on the ground or not, according to the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation.[br /][Ads /][br /]The ban spans more than 100 miles of main streets. [url HREF="https://www.cityofchicago.org/content/dam/city/depts/streets/supp_info/Snow20112012/Snow2016-2017/OvernightParkingMap2016_2017.pdf[br /]" TARGET="NEW" REL="NOFOLLOW"]CLICK HERE[/url] to check out a map of those streets.[br /][br /]Drivers should watch where they park to avoid a ticket and a tow.[br /][Ads /][br /]Officials said violators will face a minimum $150 towing fee, a $60 ticket and a storage fee of $20 per day.[br /][br /]Vehicles will be towed to Pounds 2 or 6, which are located at 10301 South Doty Avenue and 701 North Sacramento Boulevard, respectively.[br /][br /][url HREF="https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/streets/provdrs/street/svcs/snow_clearing.html" TARGET="NEW" REL="NOFOLLOW"]CLICK HERE[/url] to find out more about Chicago's winter overnight parking ban and snow clearing services.