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You can have your vehicle re-inspected or you can order a replacement sticker using the form Request for Replacement Inspection Sticker (VS-118) Complete the form and mail it to the address on the form.
No. Your out-of-state inspection remains valid until it expires, or for one year after the vehicle is registered in New York, whichever comes first. When your out-of-state inspection expires, you must get the vehicle inspected here. If the previous inspection was performed in a jurisdiction that does not issue an inspection sticker, you must have […]
Yes. The dealer must have the vehicle inspected within 30 days of the date of sale and prior to delivery.
Larry will send you his recommendation after he finishes his homework. If he recommends fighting the evil ticket, next steps are: Please let Larry know if you want him to fight this parking ticket He will send you an Invoice Please pay it He will send you a “Fight Date” He will fight the nasty […]
How much money does it take to qualify for a tow or boot? -Your chariot can be towed if you owe more than $350 for parking tickets or camera violations in judgment. If your vehicle is towed due to parking tickets or camera violations, it does not matter whether it is parked on a public […]
Parking in School Zones Parking is allowed in school zones when school is in recess. However, motorists should be aware that specific schools may be open on holidays and during summer vacations, and parking restrictions would stay in effect. If schools have summer sessions or are open for teacher meetings or similar activities, even if […]
Christmas day is a major legal parking holiday in NYC ASP Rules are suspended You don’t have to feed the meters You don’t have to obey parking signs, except the signs that display rules in effect all days or anytime
Christmas eve is not a parking holiday in NYC No benefits…Your chariot should be home for the holiday, not parking on the costly streets of NYC.