Cling ‘N Go is a winner!
I’m always on the lookout for super products that help the NYC driving community avoid parking tickets or save money on parking ticket fines. You’ve got to check out this product. It is a clear reusable envelope that holds your muni-meter receipt. It is self adhesive and absolutely, positively leaves no residue on your windshield.
How do I know? Because I use this product myself!
Here’s how the Cling ‘N Go clear reusable envelope looks on the windshield
[This view is from inside my car]
[This view is from outside my car]
[This image is taken from The Expired Meter website]
[This view shows there is no residue after I removed this product from my windshield]
Cling ‘N Go Claims
|Clear reusable envelope||Absolutely|
|Self-adhesive and leaves no residue||Positively|
|Thumb notch for ease in loading or unloading receipt||Most definitely|
|Custom-made for parking||Sure|
Large pouch made to hold several receipts for bookkeeping ease
How about the new muni meter laws?
A parking ticket judge is required to dismiss a NYC parking ticket for failure to display muni meter receipt upon submission of the paid receipt. So, why purchase this product if you can beat a parking ticket for failure to display? Simple, do you want to spend your valuable time preparing a defense letter, copying your muni meter receipt, and remembering to submit your defense by certified mail, return receipt requested within 30 days of the summons date? I’ve got better things to do, like…Fighting your parking tickets! How about you?
So…How much does this super product cost?
Here’s what The Expired Meter had to say about Cling ‘N Go.
Here’s a link to the Cling ‘N Go website where you can purchase this product.
Why delay? Start your savings today.
Please let me know what you think about this product. Your opinion matters a whole bunch to me.
[Larry’s disclaimer… New York Parking Ticket LLC and Larry have not received any dough or anything of value for this review. This is simply Larry’s humble opinion].
As time goes by, our driving community will be bitten by “The Boot” instead of snatched away by “The Hook.” It behooves you and I prepare ourselves to negotiate the release of our prisoner (our chariot).
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