Fire hydrant parking tickets will cost you $115 Fire hydrant parking tickets are expensive, dangerous, and totally avoidable. I urge you to formulate a fire hydrant parking strategy and adhere to it, especially since there more than 109,800 fire hydrants in the five boroughs to artfully dodge. Here’s where it all started: New York City’s […]
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.
NYC Fire Hydrants generate major revenue for New York City Several NYC fire hydrants are big-time breadwinners for the Evil Empire. Cops and warriors can’t resist issuing parking tickets to unsuspecting members of the driving public for parking within 15 feet of these NYC fire hydrants thinking it was safe to park. The winning pump […]
A case study about losing a fire hydrant parking ticket hearing in NYC The best mistakes to make are new mistakes. Here is a case study about the efforts of a wonderful member of our driving community to fight a fire hydrant parking ticket. Joe (“fictitious”) parked his car more than 15 feet from a […]
Will you be issued an NYC parking ticket for parking within 15 feet of these 2 fire hydrants? I spoke with two wonderful members of the NYC driving community about receiving parking tickets for parking in front of two objects they claimed were not NYC fire hydrants. I asked them to send me pictures of […]
Beating NYC fire hydrant parking ticket by defending with the exceptions to the rule I prepared an exhaustive guide to beating NYC fire hydrant parking ticket, containing the exceptions to the fire hydrant parking rule. This is the third of a series of three posts about the NYC fire hydrant parking rule. So, without further adieu… […]