Is Jack’s pickup truck a commercial or a passenger vehicle? Jack recently posted a thoughtful comment on Larry’s Blog. His challenge was parking his pickup truck overnight in a residential neighborhood. (Can you feel Jack’s pain?). That is to say, Jack’s pickup truck: Weighed in excess of 5,500 pounds Was not capped Was unaltered Had […]
Pick up truck
There is a unique set of parking rules covering the wonderful pick-up truck, depending upon whether it's registered as a passenger or commercial vehicle. Believe me, regardless of the status of its registration, learning the confusing rules is essential to your economic well-being. Does your pick-up truck need a cap? Is it altered properly? The articles in this category will answer these and other questions. Park safely.
Joe did not cap his passenger pickup truck To cap or not to cap a passenger pick-up truck? Joe parked his passenger pickup truck with an unladen weight of fewer than 5,500 pounds in Queens. In other words, his bed was not enclosed by a cap. When Joe returned, he was greeted by not one […]
An NYC parking ticket pick-up truck story Joe had a question about a parking ticket for his Toyota Tacoma. His pick-up truck was fewer than 6001 lbs. (unladen weight). And, registered as a passenger vehicle. A parking ticket warrior charged him with a status violation for “standing or parking a vehicle which is not properly […]
My passenger pick-up truck weighs less than 6001 pounds We have a great group of friends who help all of our passenger pick-up truck owners with their questions. That is to say, I don’t know what I would do without my team of experienced experts. Meanwhile, I received some good news today from a client […]
Is your pick-up truck registration getting NYC parking tickets? Here are the DMV rules covering your choice of pick-up truck registration as a passenger or commercial vehicle. Pick-up trucks with an unladen weight of 6001 pounds or less, used as a personal vehicle, maybe: Registered in either the commercial or passenger class In either case, you […]