Will this action finally end pedestrian ramp scam parking tickets? The DOT will pave over Mid-block pedestrian ramps. The Department of Transportation plans to pave over the mid-block sidewalk ramps that have cost drivers millions of dollars in summonses — even though it’s legal to park beside the ramps, officials said Friday. ‘They are being […]
This category contains one of the most misunderstood parking rules of all the 99 NYC violation codes. In 2008, the NY City Council enacted a law making it legal to park in front of certain pedestrian ramps without marked crosswalks, traffic control devices, or traffic signs regulating traffic. These ramps are usually found at 'T' intersections. The challenge continues to be fighting the bad behavior of cops and warriors, who are still issuing illegal parking tickets for parking in front of legal pedestrian ramps. Learn the law and when you're right-Fight!
NYC drivers have been systematically ripped-off by illegal pedestrian ramp tickets I have ranted about scam pedestrian ramp tickets since 2009, alerting the driving public that it was legal to park in front of certain pedestrian ramps. And, offering advice on how to beat these illegal tickets. Kudos to Professor Ben Wellington, a highly respected Visiting Assistant […]
How a member of the driving public beat 6 pedestrian ramp tickets It must be some kind of record. Six parking tickets in six days, and I beat them all. And you can too if the situation is right. Read on. If you live in New York and have a car, you’re already doing […]
Pedestrian ramp parking tickets are on the rise A great friend of New York Parking Ticket, Jeff, posted a comment about a pedestrian ramp parking ticket and tow he received while his chariot was parked in front of a legal pedestrian ramp. Despite the fact that the pedestrian ramp rule was revised by the NYC […]
The consequences of not knowing the difference between a curb cut and a pedestrian ramp… Is a $165 NYC parking ticket. I trust that is enough motivation for most members of the NYC driving community to read more. I am sorry to re-report that 45% of the respondents were unable to correctly identify a legal curb […]