Here’s an example of adding insult to NYC parking ticket penalties
You get an NYC parking ticket that carries a fine of $115, and your net worth takes a serious hit. If you don’t fight or pay your NYC parking ticket within 80 days of issuance, on the 81st day, you owe an additional $60 in NYC parking ticket penalties.
In these difficult economic times, why shoot yourself in the foot? $115 is bad enough.
Here is the penalty timeline:
The total cost of NYC parking ticket (after 81 days) is $60 plus Base Fine. Yikes![You may wish to check out the “FINES” page of the Evil Empire’s website]
It’s bad enough to get an unjustified parking ticket. But, you’re allowing the Evil Empire to add insult to injury by failing to dispute or pay your parking ticket within 30 days. Just think, you may be issued a $65 dollar ticket, fail to pay or dispute, and get hit with $60 in penalties.
You don’t want to be the member of the driving public that turns a $65 fine into a $125 fine, right?!
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