Parking signs need to be clear and unambiguous A wonderful friend of New York City Parking Ticket sent me a photo of these two Abbott and Costello parking signs on a gotcha pole. Sadly, he got a parking ticket for violating this symbol of parking injustice. Would you park your passenger car on Sunday in […]
Would you prefer trying to decipher the hieroglyphics of ancient Egypt, or the parking rules on parking signs in NYC? We can't help you with hieroglyphics, but will do our best to help you gain an understanding of parking sign language, and laws that help the driving public beat NYC parking tickets.
How to resolve conflicting parking signs that regulate the same parking space Have you ever knowingly parked in a space that was regulated by two or more conflicting parking signs? For example, what if: A street cleaning sign prohibited parking on Tuesdays between 10:30A-1P while another parking sign regulating the same curb space permitted one-hour parking […]
There is a parking ticket trap in Brooklyn We received a call from Mary, a wonderful friend of New York Parking Ticket, advising us there may be a parking ticket trap lurking to snare unsuspecting members of the driving public. The trap was disguised as a parking sign prohibiting standing except trucks loading and unloading […]
The arrow on an NYC parking sign indicates the direction of the parking spaces regulated by the parking sign Sam parked his car on the Boulevard of Broken Dreams near the intersection of 69 Road in NYC. He got out of his car and observed a No Standing parking sign at the intersection. But, the […]
Proposed NYC parking law offers more protection against a parking sign ambush I love the proposed NYC parking law, but it cannot replace my adoration for the original, groundbreaking, NYC parking law effective on March 21, 2010. The original law recognized the injustice of installing a new parking sign while cars were parked in spaces […]