Learning all the NYC parking signs for “No Standing” take relentless repetition Learning the NYC parking signs that display rules for, no standing, no parking, and no stopping is not an easy task. And separating the truth from the myths for the three parking zones is even more difficult, especially when the two little words, […]
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.
Learning the difference between stopping, standing, and parking in NYC takes relentless repetition Stopping is halting your vehicle for a NY second. Standing is stopping. Parking is standing. So, the moment you halt your vehicle, you are stopping, standing and parking. It matters not if your vehicle is occupied; nor whether you stay seated in […]
I am familiar with the general type of “No Standing” parking rules; but what are special “No Standing” NYC parking rules? Good question. Thank you. So, what’s the answer? 1. No Standing – Hotel Loading Zone. The parking law states, “No person shall stand or park a vehicle in such zone except temporarily for the […]
You must know the meaning of No Standing if you plan to park on NYC streets. Is there a difference between no standing and no parking?
An important customer question about a no standing parking ticket Customers asked, ” I got a parking ticket while I was in my car, behind the wheel, dropping off a passenger in a no standing zone. Can I fight this parking ticket?” The answer is, absolutely. Here’s what you do: Prepare an affidavit clearly stating […]