Parking ticket conundrums that help us all learn the parking rules of the curb
It was my hope from the beginning of Larry’s Blog that the NYC driving public would have a forum to exchange parking ticket experiences. This is the fifth year of our blog, and we’ve replied to literally thousands of comments. The feedback has been wonderful and humbling. I am touched that we’ve been able to help so many people save so many dollars.
New York Parking Ticket moved from Hubspot to WordPress in April 2014. Unfortunately, we were unable to take the voluminous number of comments to our new home. I am thrilled that it hasn’t taken long for conversations to begin on our redesigned website.
I’ve selected some comments to share that will help us ratchet up our parking ticket knowledge and save our money.
Parking ticket comments from our readers
1. Hello Larry,
So on top of giving me a ticket for parking at what I thought was a legal pedestrian ramp at a T-intersection, the address of the offense is incorrect: the officer wrote “in front of 112 John Street”, where there is NO ramp, whereas I was parked in front of 108 John Street, about 30-40 feet away, in front of the ramp. Should I even bring this up with the judge? I’m not going to lie and say I wasn’t parked at a ramp, but the officer clearly put down a completely different location – shouldn’t that void the ticket? I have associates that saw exactly where I was parked and can attest to it in writing.
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