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  2. Traffic Violations Bureau - Wikipedia

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    Traffic Violations Bureau. The Traffic Violations Bureau ( TVB) is an administrative court of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles that adjudicates non-criminal traffic violations (other than parking violations) in New York City. [1] [2]

  3. Traffic ticket - Wikipedia

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    A parking ticket issued in Washington, D.C. in 2011. Checker giving a parking ticket, Seattle Washington, 1960. In the United States, most traffic laws are codified in a variety of state, county and municipal laws or ordinances, with most minor violations classified as infractions, civil charges or criminal charges. The classification of the ...

  4. Parking violation - Wikipedia

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    A parking violation is the act of parking a motor vehicle in a restricted place or in an unauthorized manner. It is against the law virtually everywhere to park a vehicle in the middle of a highway or road; parking on one or both sides of a road, however, is commonly permitted. However, restrictions apply to such parking, and may result in an ...

  5. New app will fight your parking ticket for you - AOL

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    By PIX11 NEW YORK— When it comes down to the numbers, parking tickets are New York City's bread and butter. In 2014, the city issued 9.4 million parking tickets, raking in $546 million in fines.

  6. Penalties for driving without insurance in Illinois - AOL

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    In Illinois, the average cost of car insurance is $681 for state-mandated minimum coverage, while full coverage, which includes collision and comprehensive, costs an average of $2,310 annually ...

  7. Pay-by-plate parking - Wikipedia

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    Pay-by-plate machines are a subset of ticket machines used for regulating parking in urban areas or in parking lots. They enable customers to purchase parking time by using their license plate number. The machines print a receipt that generally displays the location, machine number, start time, expiration time, amount paid, and license plate.

  8. Port Washington Parking District - Wikipedia

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    The Port Washington Parking District was established by the Town of North Hempstead in 1948, with the purpose of establishing, maintaining, and regulating parking facilities and parking meters in Port Washington's downtown area, such as for local commuters using the Port Washington Long Island Rail Road station, shoppers, and merchants.

  9. Parking enforcement officer - Wikipedia

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    A parking enforcement officer ( PEO ), [1] [2] traffic warden [1] ( British English ), parking inspector/parking officer [3] ( Australia and New Zealand ), or civil enforcement officer [1] is a member of a traffic control agency, local government, or police force who issues tickets for parking violations. The term parking attendant is sometimes ...