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As the holiday season is rapidly approaching with Thanksgiving Thursday, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Internet Monday, Office Parties, Hanukkah, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day, it is a wonderful time to take a quiet moment and reflect on a year of parking tickets tips, tricks, and valuable information about how to assassinate NYC parking tickets. Here are some quirky things to remember about parking in NYC:
- All of NYC is a tow away zone. No notice required. If you meet captain hook or colonel boot, here are some F.A.Q. about how to recover your car
- The difference between a no standing zone and a no parking zone is the activity you can do in each parking zone. For example, in a no standing zone, you can stop temporarily to drop-off or pick-up your Aunt Tillie from the curb. In a no parking zone…
- A bus stop begins at the bus stop sign and extends in the direction of the arrow(s) until the next parking sign, or if no parking sign then the end of the block
- A parking ticket warrior is required to cancel a parking ticket for failure to display a muni-meter receipt if shown a paid receipt within 5 minutes of the time the ticket was issued? Please be sure you know about the 3 terrific, new, muni-meter parking laws
- You have 5 days from the installation date of a new parking sign to beat your parking ticket.
Valuable friends of New York Parking Ticket LLC to remember:
New York Traffic Ticket Lawyer – Weiss & Associates, PC: Got A New York Traffic Ticket? There’s no need to go to court … Matt and his band of renown traffic ticket fighters can go for you. Matt makes it simple and easy to fight any traffic or speeding ticket issued anywhere in New York State. Since 1991, Weiss & Associates helped over 50,000 motorists.
I love this guy and his wonderful staff of paralegals and lawyers. Matt Weiss, Esquire is the go-to guy if you are unfortunate to be issued a traffic ticket!
Park It Blog: This is a must read blog authored by my wonderful friend, Margot Tohn. Margot’s blog is chock full of valuable content about all things parking in NYC. Do yourself a favor and check out Margot’s blog. You’ll be glad you did (and so will Margot and I!
How can we forget about the endless fire hydrant rule?
Here’s a video to educate or remind you about this parking rule, and its long list of exceptions.
If you have a moment, please check out our YouTube channel for a bucket full of videos crammed with parking ticket NY tips!
Goal setting and ROI (“return on investment”) are today’s marketing mantras. So, here is my goal for Thanksgiving that I’d like to share wit chu.
My goal is to gain 4 pounds and spend a wonderful day with my wife, son, and Skype with my daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughter (they’re in D.C. with my daughter’s in-laws). I will use a scale and a huge smile to measure my ROI.
How ’bout you? What are your goals for turkey day, and how will you measure ’em?