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  • Featured News ArticleJuly 29, 2015
    Seattle targets worst parking scofflaws

    SEATTLE  — By Chris Ingalls KING 5 News 7:26 p.m. PDT July 23, 2015 Thousands of drivers in Seattle are racking up big numbers of parking tickets but not paying the penalties. Now the city is rolling out a new program to bring their free ride to an end. “I think the big takeaway is […]

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  • Featured News ArticleJuly 28, 2015
    Police warn drivers about unpaid parking tickets

    SEATTLE — By Henry Rosoff 10:54 p.m. PDT, Wed June 24, 2015 Seattle police have a warning for drivers with outstanding parking tickets: pay up, or be brought down by the dreaded boot. Parking officers began literally putting that warning on cars citywide Wednesday. Seattle is owed more than $50 million in unpaid parking tickets. […]

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  • FeaturedJune 28, 2012
    NYC Clamps Down on Overdue Fines

    New York City rolls out program to clamp down on motorists who owe more than $350 in unpaid parking tickets Department of Finance unveils program in Brooklyn as vans will track down vehicles of delinquent motorists and lock one of the wheels with bright yellow boot By Christina Boyle / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, […]

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  • FeaturedJune 25, 2012
    NYC FAQ

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q. Is this a new program in NYC? A. The SmartBooting program is new to the City, but scofflaw enforcement through the NYC Marshals and the NYC Sheriff has been in effect for over 30 years. With this new approach, the City is making it easier for the scofflaw motorists to reclaim […]

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  • FeaturedJune 25, 2012
    New York City Implements Self-Release Booting

    Somerville, NJ (June 25th, 2012) The New York City Department of Finance has contracted with PayLock IPT LLC to provide its patented self-release booting solution to assist the NYC Sheriff in identifying and immobilizing vehicles owned by motorists owing more than $350 in unpaid parking tickets. By enabling motorists to quickly regain the use of […]

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