NYC parking ticket tips are like money in the bank. Keep ’em safe until you come up against a confusing situation. For example, can you drop off your spouse for her doctor’s appointment in a no standing zone? Yes! But, can you wait for her while sitting in the car? Nope! You just saved $115
Did you have enough evidence to beat an unjust bus stop parking ticket? If so, what’s your strategy? And, how do you deal with the evidence against you?
Is the prohibition of parking in a taxi stand contained in the same parking rule as parking in a taxi relief stand? Our heroine, Joan, got a taxi stand parking ticket, but she actually parked in a taxi relief stand. Will she win a dismissal?
Will I get a parking ticket if I park in front of an illegal driveway? If I do, can I beat it? But, how do I prove that the driveway is illegal?
An NYC parking ticket drains your cash flow and wrecks havoc with your blood pressure. Here are some confusing parking scenarios you may encounter and how to avoid costly parking mistakes
How many precious on-street parking spaces will NYC allocate to car-sharing cars? Currently, it’s about 300. But, if the two-year pilot program is successful there may be a significant increase in the number. Good for NYC? Bad for the driving community? Learn the details in this blog post.
A parking ticket mistake about proving the place of occurrence Joe was flabbergasted. He returned to his chariot after a meeting and found an orange epistle under his wiper for parking within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. It must be a parking ticket mistake because there wasn’t a fire hydrant anywhere near his parking […]
Should people who work for NYC and drive a city car be accorded special parking privileges? Like, when they park in front of a fire hydrant every day and don’t get a ticket? Here’s a story about one such employee and what it took to stop his bad parking behavior.
Legislative news about proposed laws and rules I strolled down the cyberspace corridors of the NYC Council looking for legislative news and found some proposed laws and rules that would have a major impact on your parking life in NYC. My recurrent question always is, “will these proposals see the light of day?” Probably not. […]
Will issuing blocking the box tickets significantly reduce traffic congestion? In an effort to meaningfully cut down on traffic congestion, Mayor DeBlasio initiated a program called, “Clear Intersections.” His strategy is to boost enforcement of blocking the box tickets, and: Target fifty intersections for stricter enforcement Install signs that say, “Don’t Block the Box” Add […]