Unwelcome NYC parking ticket penalties
You want to forget about the evil NYC parking ticket you just got. You’re furious, so you crumble it up and toss it in the back seat. It lands on the floor. After 30 days a penalty of $10 is imposed, and there’s a lot more to come.
You’re watching your favorite football team driving for a touchdown with less than two minutes to play and trailing by 4 points. Your giant running back turns the corner on a pitch-out, and twenty yards later he runs out-of-bounds. But wait, you spot a yellow flag on the ground. Your defensive tackle was caught holding. A major penalty…end of the drive, end of the game. Argh!
Here is the NYC parking ticket penalty Conga Line
You gotta fight or pay the nasty NYC parking ticket within 30 days from issuance because, on the 31st day, the Evil Empire accesses a $10 penalty. It gets worse.
If you don’t pay within the next 30 days, you are hit with a $20 penalty on day #61. It ain’t over yet.
If you still don’t get it, the next penalty is $30 and it’s imposed on day #81
NYC parking tickets may be a part of the fabric of New York City. The big but is, penalties are NOT. There is no good reason to incur parking ticket penalties.
Here’s a parking ticket penalty brochure published by the Evil Empire. Want to check it out? Simply click now.
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