You can beat a parking ticket for no standing or no parking That is to say, learning what a driver can do in these two zones is vital to your wallet safety. For example, stopping, standing, and parking is the same activity in NYC. These three different labels still mean that you have halted your […]
No Standing - No Parking
No standing and No parking are displayed time and again on the parking signs that regulate curb space in NYC. Knowledge of the meaning of these terms are essential for navigating the streets of NYC without winning a multitude of parking tickets. What activities can you perform in no standing zones? How about no parking zones? What are the defenses to a no standing ticket and a no parking ticket? Larry's Parking Ticket Blog posts contained in this category will answer these and other questions to help you keep your money where it belongs...in your wallet.
No standing and no parking in NYC means no halting your chariot C’mon man, how can these two words mean the same thing, i.e. halting my motor vehicle? Because in the wacky world of NYC parking tickets, if you halt your vehicle alongside the curb [*], you are standing and parking. The difference between the […]
Avoid these 3 common No standing tickets mistakes No standing tickets will cost you $115 unless you can beat ’em. I received a telephone call last week from a super nice guy, Jerry, with a painful parking ticket story. He stopped his car alongside the curb in a no standing zone. His wife, who was […]
Learning the no standing- no parking rules require relentless repetition The current 3 Question Quickie Quiz contains questions about the No Standing and No Parking rules. The first question is True or False?: “You can stop temporarily to drop-off a passenger in a “No Standing” zone?” The correct answer is TRUE. 45% of all respondents […]
I stop, I stand, I park Stopping, standing, and parking mean the same thing in the wacky world of NYC parking tickets; halting your vehicle. I can’t tell you how many telephone calls, emails, and blog comments I receive attempting to differentiate standing and parking. For example, ” I wasn’t parking, I was only standing […]