Can I park my car on the street with an expired registration? No, no, 1000 times no! I’ve received many questions about what to do if a driver hasn’t received his new registration in the mail, and the old one expired. Here’s a great solution: DMV Offers Online Temporary Vehicle Registrations According to the news […]
The Eternal Battle Arguing with a parking ticket warrior is futile. If you think you’ve received a parking ticket in error take these steps: Calmly accept the ticket Make mental or physical note of why ticket was received in error Take picture to support your defense Check the front of your ticket for any possible defects Remember […]
There are many common mistakes the driving public makes when dealing with NYC parking tickets: The car matters, you do not Commercial vehicles may not park within 15ft of a fire hydrant A passenger vehicle may park within 15 ft of a fire hydrant, under certain guidelines A bus stop is a no standing zone […]
What are my tools to fight the Evil Empire There are different ways to fight NYC parking tickets and different tools for different tickets. Our recomendation is to do your research, via the Internet (or the website), and see what you can come up with. To help, here is a list of some of the […]
The location of the 10 digit summons number on a NYC parking ticket The 10 digit summons number is located next to the bar code on the side of a printed parking ticket. The summons number is located next to the bar code at the bottom of a hand-written parking ticket.
The Evil Empire collects $270, 000 per day in NYC street cleaning parking tickets. Here’s an newspaper article that writes about the longest stretch of street cleaning rule suspension days since 9/11. Can you guess the cause and number of days?
You can find your NYC parking ticket on the Evil Empire’s website by: Clicking this link Clicking on the first “go” button on the green page (next to “parking/camera violations”) Inserting your plate number, plate type, and state or registry; or your 10-digit violation code Clicking on “search”
The on-street parking rates in NYC, according to the NYC Department of Transportation website:
$70M in NYC parking ticket revenue was generated from about 1.2M ASP violations [via Daily News].
Yes. Here’s a link to a NYC Gov. resource, “Driver Resources” webpage you’ll find helpful.