There are 9,000 free parking spaces in Boston Friday and Saturday and every Saturday right through the end of the month.
The Robin Hooders typically track down the parking officers, and fill the meters before tickets can be written.
If you think those old parking tickets stuffed in the back of a drawer somewhere have been forgotten about by the DMV, think again.
UMass plans to reimburse students about $15,000 for a parking snafu on move-in day that resulted in 132 cars getting towed from a campus lot.
There’s no snow, but several towns are enforcing winter parking bans and even handing out hundreds of tickets.
WBZ-TV has learned details about a move by the city of Boston to collect nearly $5 million from old parking tickets.
On Thursday, the Mass. SJC ruled unanimously that appeals courts can charge whatever they want for parking ticket appeals and that the fees don’t violate any fundamental right.
As if parking weren’t bad enough. It just got even worse in one of Boston’s most popular neighborhoods.
After a messy winter in the North End, the snow has melted, paving the way for spring. Though, the streets could use some cleaning.
Breaking any of the rules when you are driving can cost you and those are dollars you are wasting just because you have a heavy foot or you think a yellow light means step on the gas.