Parking Ticket U – the process of learning parking through parking ticket lessons

If you have a car, parking is vital.

But if you move to a big city like San Francisco or New York, especially coming in from a rural or suburban area, you simply are not prepared for the complex and tricky parking situation in the big city.

The process of learning how and when to park in a big city is what I call Parking Ticket University.

The professors are the parking enforcement officers.

The curriculum consists of all the different ways you can get a parking ticket, with extra credit being learning secret places to park.

Being in the business of helping people avoid parking tickets, I know that most people really don’t care about parking itself – but they do care about getting parking tickets.

I know from asking around that the typical person runs up $1000 or more in the first year of moving into a city like San Francisco or New York, and this number can be greatly larger if the learning process includes tows or boots.

How many ways can you get a parking ticket?

See here:

http://nomoretickets.wordpress.com/2011/04/11/how-does-the-city-ticket-thee-let-me-count-the-ways/

ParkingTicketStopper.com can help you avoid this “learning experience” – look in the Android Market or Apple App store for TKT STPR.

What’s your Parking Ticket U experience?

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As a veteran street parking warrior of numerous cities around the US (and the world), I'm now in the business of helping others avoid parking tickets.
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