Should people who work for NYC and drive a city car be accorded special parking privileges? Like, when they park in front of a fire hydrant every day and don’t get a ticket? Here’s a story about one such employee and what it took to stop his bad parking behavior.
Parking rules can be difficult to understand Parking rules are found in: Traffic Rules, 4-01 and 4-08 et seq. Rules of the City of NY Chapter 39, Title 19 The Traffic Rules, Title 34, Chapter 4 were promulgated by the Commissioner of Transportation while the Evil Empire issued the rules in Title 19, Chapter 39 […]
Parking ticket laws and rules can be your friend or foe The extraordinary number of parking ticket laws and rules that regulate curb space can make even the most experienced New Yorker’s queasy about parking their chariots. When you return to your car or truck, do you breathe a sigh of relief when there isn’t […]
A parking rule violated is a parking ticket dismissed There are myriad (love the word) parking rules that regulate NYC Parking Ticket Land. Parking rules are written by: The Commissioner of the Department of Transportation Darth Vader of the Evil Empire These parking rules govern every aspect of our life from the time our car grabs […]
You’ll know about parking rules and changes The NYC Council was busy this week considering new parking law that posts parking rules and changes in the rules. Men and women at work. Will the following new parking law ever see the light of day? q. to provide to the public at no charge on the […]