(WPIX) Most New Yorkers would agree that fighting a parking ticket is generally a losing battle. For the past eight months, Manhattan residents Bob and Sandi Durell have been trying to prove their innocence, without success.
Their ordeal began when they received a notice in the mail from the Department of Finance Parking Violations Bureau saying they owed $100 for two unpaid tickets. One is for parking at an expired muni meter at West 116th Street in Manhattan. The other violation, issued at the same time and place, is for having a license plate on the car that didn’t match the plate number on the registration sticker. The Durell’s were baffled.
“I don’t have a car” Sandi said. “Why am I getting these tickets?”
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