The NYC fire hydrant parking tickets rule This is the first in a series of blog posts about the NYC fire hydrant parking tickets rule, to help you avoid fire hydrant parking tickets. “Hydrants.[Stopping, Standing, and Parking is prohibited] [w]ithin fifteen feet of a fire hydrant, unless otherwise indicated by signs, or parking meters, except […]
The mother of all NYC parking tickets. However, the exception is two paragraphs longer and more important to learn than the rule.
This category includes answers to such questions as:
-How long is the "no fly" zone between your car and a fire hydrant?
-Is it ever legal to park within 15 feet of a fire hydrant?
-Tips and trick about how to beat a fire hydrant ticket
Learn the rule and its exceptions, but don't look for a yellow painted curb, and you'll be fine.
The NYC parking ticket story about broken fire hydrants I was asked a question by Italia, a terrific friend of New York Parking Ticket LL, whether she should fight a fire hydrant parking ticket; if the fire hydrant was broken. My response was YES if you can prove the fire hydrant was in fact out of […]
Beating an NYC parking ticket Kudos to Andy for beating an NYC parking ticket when the fire hydrant was hidden. Stopping, standing or parking within fifteen (15) feet of a fire hydrant is verboten, forbidden, and just plain not allowed. Unless, a licensed driver remains seated behind the wheel of your car ready to move […]
Why spend your hard-earned dough on an NYC parking ticket for a fire hydrant and bus stop violations? Preventive medicine is the best cure for parking tickets. Here is your prescription. Read this post every 4 hours for the next two weeks, and call me in the morning if you still get a parking ticket […]
An NYC fire hydrant parking ticket customer success story It was great to see the adjudication process of fighting an NYC fire hydrant parking ticket working perfectly. Joe parks his car on an NYC street, more than 15 feet from a fire hydrant. When he returns to his vehicle, he sees that all too familiar […]
You’ve been appointed as the judge of a fire hydrant parking ticket case It’s your first day on the job. You bought a new suit, shined your old shoes, and had your wife tie your tie. You are totally ready and raring to go. Here’s your first NYC parking ticket case. It involves an NYC […]
I wrote about the Legend of Jimmy Justice in one of my earliest posts. He’s the guy who polices the police when it comes to the NYC parking ticket wars. Seeing is believing. Here’s Jimmy Justice in action. What do you think?