Costly NYC parking ticket fines will kill you
Several months ago, my wife and some business colleagues drove into NYC to visit a beauty industry trade show.
One hour later, my cell phone rings.
“Hi honey, it’s me”
“Do you have a minute”
“We have been driving around for 30 minutes trying to find an empty parking space. I think we found one, can I read you the parking signs…They are very confusing”
Three weeks ago on a Sunday, I received a telephone call from a friend of mine who publishes Park It Guides, a wonderful book chock full of information about NYC garage parking. She is on a date looking for on-street parking. Can she read me some signs to make sure it’s safe to park?
We receive many inquiries from website visitors and customers asking, “Can I park here?” How do you read this series of signs? I authored blog posts on Larry’s Parking Ticket Blog and on my Fox 5 News Blog about how to read NYC parking signs. Can you imagine if the guy or Guyette who writes the NYC parking signs, wrote code for the C.I.A? Unbreakable!
I’ve been inspired to write a reference guide to the NYC parking signs to help the driving public know where and when they can park safely, without
fear of receiving an expensive parking ticket.
Can I Park Here will contain valuable information about:
- Reading single signs
- How to read stacks of signs on the same “gotcha” sign pole
- Exceptions to the parking rule displayed on the sign, such as; stopping temporarily to drop off or pick up a passenger
I invite you to download a FREE sample of Can I Park Here? and welcome your opinion. I hope the product is a collaboration with the driving public to help in making safe, fine and penalty-free choices where and when to park.
Drop us a note and give us some feedback on what you’d like to see in “Can I Park Here?” Your opinion and support is important to us
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