Let’s face it, if you drive a car in basically any major American city, parking is an enormous pain.
Sometimes it seems far more appealing to walk five miles in the blistering heat of summer than it does to drive, as driving involves the headache-inducing search for a parking space.
Everyone has been through this scenario.
You arrive at your destination only to find that there are no spaces available, and you have to drive around for another 20 minutes looking. Sometimes you find a spot only to realize that there isn’t enough space for you to parallel park, or there is street sweeping on that specific day during those specific hours and your car will be towed… The agony.
Even if you do find a legal spot you can fit in, you might have forgotten change for the meter and you don’t have service so your phone can’t download the parking app that lets you pay via credit card.
Plain and simple, parking sucks, and often leads to a number of tickets, which most of us can’t afford.
Ultimately, the majority of us often end up paying the ticket, figuring that contesting it would be too much of a hassle. If you’re under that impression, you’re wrong.
David Hegarty and DJ Burdick cofounded Fixed last year to help people dispute their parking tickets. At one point, Hegarty received five parking tickets in three weeks, and although he knew how to successfully contest his tickets, many of his friends were not privy to the same information.
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