Did you know that in 2017 the city gave out roughly $631 million in parking tickets? In a city that does not provide ample parking for those bringing in cars and trucks daily, it is easy to acquire a ticket or get towed. We are going through a period where city officials are actively removing legal street parking spots. The city has expanded its bike share program and bike lanes throughout the city. City officials are creating walking spaces, which means that no cars can go down designated streets.

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The Department of Transportation has created detailed and extensive rules for parking. You will notice these rules posted on sign poles. Each sign street has its own rules and regulations, and so you should never make assumptions about the rules of a block. There are certain streets where 3 or 4 signs rest on one pole, which makes it confusing to read and understand. This confusion leads to many unnecessary tickets. The NYC DOT has created a website that tries to explain all the nuances of their signage.

Getting a ticket is annoying, but at least a person can pay the fine quickly over the phone or via the internet. When a car is towed, you should expect a lot of hassles and costs. In NYC, you can be towed for:

  • Blocking driveways
  • Blocking intersections
  • Blocking tunnels
  • Expired parking meters
  • Parking near a fire hydrant
  • Double-parking
  • Owing more than $350 in parking violations

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Using car storage in NYC is the best and most effective way to ensure that the city does not fine you and tow your car. For the best parking garage NYC has, you should not hesitate to give our team a call.

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