Parking rules are powerful restrictions place on parking in NYC. You better learn ’em or be prepared to pay for your lack of knowledge.
Here’s some information that may help you keep your money in your wallet.
ASP Rules changes are still in effect Once upon a time, I participated in a campaign to make ASP Rules more tolerable, such as: Allowing drivers to stay in their cars until the street cleaner passed Permitting drivers to double park on the unrestricted side of the street until the cleaner passed Reducing the number […]
Parking signs need to be clear and unambiguous A wonderful friend of the New York City Parking Ticket sent me a photo of these two Abbott and Costello parking signs on a gotcha pole. Sadly, he got a parking ticket for violating this symbol of parking injustice. Would you park your passenger car on Sunday […]
Parking ticket bounty hunter job description A shout-out to the parking ticket bounty hunter wannabes, “would you like to earn some extra cash?” There is a law pending in the NYC Council that will pay you money for turning in parking violators. That’s right if you spot a parking violation, notify the Department of Transportation, […]
Fire hydrant quiz results help you become master of the curbside parking universe Whoever crafted the bewildering fire hydrant rule is a master of exceptions. The rule itself is easy. You are prohibited from parking within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. But, can you park closer if: There is a driver sitting behind the […]