I answer every NYC parking ticket comment on Larry’s Blog
The joy of responding to every comment from our website visitors and friends has become a touch overwhelming. I don’t even have time to walk our cat, Samson, anymore. This is not the place to explain how cats get even but suffice it to say, it’s pretty nasty.
Our vision for Larry’s Blog is to build a community of members of the NYC driving public who feel the unjustified sting of a parking ticket warrior’s scanner and want to right a wrong. The invisible beam of light can cost you dearly.
I hope the visitors and friends who benefit from the information and help they receive from us will pay it forward, and share their NYC parking ticket experiences by posting comments and engaging other readers on Larry’s Blog. I will share my opinions and suggestions as well. I will refrain from answering specific questions about pending parking tickets; and suggest our visitors and friends whose comments fall into this category read on…
Website as a resource
Our website, blog posts and comments provide information about how and when to fight your NYC parking ticket. Please take advantage of this valuable resource. If you scroll down any page of Larry’s Blog, you will find a “posts by category” section in the right column. You can find the information you are searching for by keywords. Click on the keywords, and it will link you to the article. I am confident you’ll find the answer to your specific questions about whether to fight or apply for a reduction of your pending NYC parking ticket.
Submit a form
If you wish to enlist our assistance to fight your NYC parking ticket, please submit a form describing your specific parking ticket challenge; Dan and I will be happy to respond promptly.
Your feedback on this post is welcome. Your opinions matter to us.
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