The NYC DOT responded to my letter about the unconscionable 2-hour boot and tow
This is part-4 in our boot and tow miniseries. In our last episode (Take Action), Larry (that’s me) wrote letters to various stakeholders, including the NYC DOT. In this episode, we’ll share the rapid fire reply from the NYC DOT.
It has been our experience communicating with the NYC DOT about other parking conundrums that the men and women of the DOT are incredibly responsive. This time was no exception. We received a telephone call and email communication from an intelligent, interested, and full of vim and vigor representative. She did her homework prior to contacting us, listened intently to our plea, secured some information and documentation, and informed me about “next steps.”
- Preparing a detailed package to pass along to the law department for review
- Furnishing me with a document containing a peripheral reference to booting and towing
Here is a copy of my letter
Here is an FAQ about booting vehicles in NYC. Does #16 form the basis for booting and towing the same vehicle for the same parking violation within 2-hours?
I’ll keep you posted. In the interim, please share your boot and tow stories. We care and want to share.
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