NY DMV will not renew registrations for unpaid parking tickets -If you have three unpaid parking tickets in judgment within an eighteen (18) month period, your registration will not be renewed. -If you have five or more unpaid NYC parking tickets in judgment within a twelve (12) month period your registration will be suspended Read more…
The length of a bus stop is… A bus stop starts at the bus stop sign and extends in the direction of the arrow(s) on the bus stop sign until the next parking sign, or if none, the end of the block. Ergo, a bus stop zone varies from block to block A bus stop […]
You can park in front of a pedestrian ramp NYC as long as there are no: Marked crosswalks Traffic signs Traffic control devices Regulating traffic. -Generally, legal pedestrian ramps are located mid-block, on the long street, of a ‘T’ intersection. -Illegal to park in front of pedestrian ramps are generally located at 4-corner intersections. -The […]
Here is an example of a legal pedestrian ramp. The pedestrian ramp show in the top image is legal to block (mid-block, long street of a ‘T’ intersection with no marked crosswalk, traffic sign or traffic control device regulating traffic. The bottom image is an illegal ($165) pedestrian ramp. Notice the zebra crosswalk extending from […]
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The tow fees in NYC can cost a bunch of money The tow fees are: Regular Tow fee: $185.00 Heavy Duty Tow fee: $370.00 Overnight Storage fee: $20.00 Immobilization Device (Boot): $159.00 NOTE: If the vehicle is not redeemed on the same day that it was towed, an additional overnight storage charge of $20 will […]
You can apply for a Tow/Boot refund Online Here’s a link to the refund page of the Evil Empire.
How much money does it take to qualify for a tow or boot? -Your chariot can be towed if you owe more than $350 for parking tickets or camera violations in judgment. If your vehicle is towed due to parking tickets or camera violations, it does not matter whether it is parked on a public […]
Yes. The dealer must have the vehicle inspected within 30 days of the date of sale and prior to delivery.
No. Your out-of-state inspection remains valid until it expires, or for one year after the vehicle is registered in New York, whichever comes first. When your out-of-state inspection expires, you must get the vehicle inspected here. If the previous inspection was performed in a jurisdiction that does not issue an inspection sticker, you must have […]