There are a variety of reasons why you might lose ownership of a license plate. Whether you sold, lost, or transferred your plates however, it’s possible that you may still get tickets on a plate you no longer own. What do you do in this situation? Dispute it of course!
It’s very important to keep your mailing address up-to-date in your local government office. A common reason for disputing parking and camera tickets is never receiving the ticket. Unfortunately, this defense will almost never work, as ticket copies are sent to your home. If you didn’t update your address after
A common complaint we hear is about getting multiple tickets on the same day for the same violation. It’s frustrating to find out that your have two tickets just a couple hours apart. Many say it’s unfair, has to be a mistake, and immediately submit a dispute, only to be
Driving passengers to and fro in New York City is stressful enough. Getting a parking ticket for stopping at the wrong sign is an unneeded headache. As a taxi driver, it’s important to know the difference between a taxi stand and a taxi relief stand. Taxi Stand A taxi stand
All of New York City is a tow away zone. Coming back to a missing vehicle can be a jarring experience, no matter the reason, but it helps to be prepared. Learning how to locate and retrieve your towed vehicle quickly can make the difference between paying a relatively small
Parking meters are a necessary evil that can be found throughout the City in high-traffic areas. It’s important to know how to use them, display your receipts, and what rights you have when using them. Parking meters accept quarters, dollar coins, and cards as methods of payment. You can also
One of the easiest ways to get out of paying a ticket is to catch errors made by the officer who issued it. Possibly the most common error and the one you want to check straight away is the Place of Occurrence. Issuing officers are required to enter detailed information
The City is an ever-changing place. These changes can sometimes result in things such as parking signs and fire hydrants becoming partially obscured, which is inconvenient, because these things can also result in you getting a ticket. If a sign is covered to the point that it cannot be read
You renew your registration and you are waiting for your new sticker to come when you get a ticket. “But I had it clearly displayed on the dashboard!” you think in indignation as you rush off to dispute it. And lo and behold, it comes back as guilty. What gives?
You find what seems to be the perfect parking spot until you look up and read the sign. And the second sign. And the third. When there are multiple parking signs, which one do you follow? Instead of finding a new spot or just taking a chance that the sign