Commercial vehicles enrolled in parking fine settlement programs face unwelcome changes in the rules The Evil Empire has implemented significant changes in the way it conducts NYC parking ticket business with companies making deliveries or service calls in New York City. No more Mr. Nice Evil Empire. The revised rules are aimed at changing Finance’s […]
This category covers the rules, regulations, and laws that separate passenger and commercial vehicles. What's the difference between a truck and a commercial vehicle? Does your van have to be altered? Does your pick up truck required a cap? Which rules benefit commercial vehicles? And which rules make parking more difficult? You'll find answers to these questions, and more.
7 Special NYC parking rules for commercial vehicles you ought to know about New York City giveth and New York City taketh away. It giveth when it permits commercial vehicles to park in no parking zones while making deliveries or service calls. Even though commercial vehicles may be issued a parking ticket by an over-active […]
Does the Evil Empire levy an involuntary tithe on your commercial vehicles? I trust the answer to this question is a resounding yes, yes, and more yes. I thought we might take some of your valuable time today to formulate strategies to cut the cost of parking a commercial vehicle in NYC. I am frequently […]
Don’t park commercial vehicles overnight in an NYC residential neighborhood Our friend Joe squeezed out a few bucks making deliveries with his commercial truck in NYC. There wasn’t a lot of profit built into a delivery during these difficult economic times. Every penny counts and one $115 NYC parking ticket can be the difference between […]
The NYC parking ticket story involving an “unaltered commercial vehicle” I got a telephone call the other day from Joe from Jersey. He parked his van with commercial plates in a commercial meter zone in NYC. He paid the toll on a pole and went about his business. When Joe returned forty-five (45) minutes later, […]