Joe finally calmed down after arriving home. He pulled out the crumpled parking ticket from his back pocket, laid it on the kitchen table, and uncrumpled it. Lo, and behold Joe found a mistake. The place of occurrence was wrong. Fighting the parking ticket was the decision. But, what does Joe do next and what are some common mistakes to avoid? Find out here.
Parking ticket stats and facts will amaze you. Can you guess how many parking tickets are issued and how many are disputed? Can you estimate the percentage of appeals from the original bad verdict are reversed? You’ll find the answers right here.
Parking ticket rules are confusing as are those bewildering parking signs. Here’s a chance to test your knowledge and learn how to avoid those costly tickets.
Can you beat a sidewalk parking ticket? Yes, you can, but it is quite challenging to figure out a winning defense. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to beat it with winning examples.
Parking rules can be difficult to understand Parking rules are found in: Traffic Rules, 4-01 and 4-08 et seq. Rules of the City of NY Chapter 39, Title 19 The Traffic Rules, Title 34, Chapter 4 were promulgated by the Commissioner of Transportation while the Evil Empire issued the rules in Title 19, Chapter 39 […]
NYC parking tickets and the Winter Olympics NYC parking tickets. Imagine the courage it takes to stand on top of an incredibly high mountain, with ski poles in hand, and prepare yourself for a huge jump or a downhill race. Imagine navigating the chaos of NYC roadways trying to find empty parking spaces without getting […]
Proposed parking laws that are awaiting action by the NYC Council I make it a habit to periodically check the proposed parking laws waiting for action by the NYC Council. It makes me furious every time I see a useful parking law being ignored. Here’s a link to the NYC Council legislation page where you can […]
NYC fire hydrant ambush that will catch you every time This NYC fire hydrant is a parking ticket waiting to happen. Where is it safe to park? How do you measure 15 feet? There was a fascinating conversation on Reddit about 11 months ago. A member asked the following question: On Google Street view you […]
Parking tickets Christmas celebrated in January Warriors issued a bunch of parking tickets because muni-meters were not programmed to accept your money on days street cleaning rules were suspended due to snow. In other words, you parked in a location that morphed from an illegal to a legal parking space because street cleaning rules were […]
Metes and bounds description of the place of occurrence can be a true friend of the NYC driving public If ignored, a metes and bounds description can be like the pit of misery. I absolutely love the Bud Light commercials where the king gets presents from his adoring countrymen. The first two people in line […]