Parking Ticket Pundit Helps You Avoid Parking Fines in NYC

Fighting parking fines? There’s an app for that. Just released, it’s the first app that actively helps citizens contest their parking tickets.  Through a collaboration with a veteran parking ticket appeals judge, the app, named Parking Ticket Pundit NYC, shepherds the user through a number of criteria that will automatically invalidate a ticket and get the user a full refund or cancellation of the ticket.

If none of the criteria are met, the app helps the user get an automatic reduction of his or her parking ticket fine.  If the user still wants to contest the ticket, he or she has the option of emailing the details of the ticket and the circumstances surrounding it to our parking ticket judge, who will respond with advice as to whether or not the user should pursue an appeal.  The app also offers an official guide to parking, and a large database of tips for avoiding parking tickets in the future.

Currently, the app is only geared toward New York City parking tickets, but the developers are in the process of expanding into other major cities very soon.

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3 Responses to “Parking Ticket Pundit Helps You Avoid Parking Fines in NYC”

  1. Ted says:

    I actually bought this about a week ago. I didn’t know what to expect, but I was actually pleased with it. I had a parking ticket that was caused by snow (long story); none of the automatic refund criteria were met, so I asked the judge for advice. I won’t get into specifics but it seemed like he knew his stuff. So a thumbs-up from me, $9.99 for it isn’t bad when you consider how expensive parking tickets have become here.

  2. Alex says:

    Hi,
    This is Alex the developer of this app. We are working with an very experienced parking ticket appeal judge. His blog address is at: http://parkingticketpunditry.wordpress.com/

    He personally reviews all the parking tickets that are sent through that app. Please leave us a review in the itunes store and you will get to have another ticket reviewed by him for free.
    Thanks,
    Alex

  3. Sebastien says:

    There’s also a cheeky app to avoid the parking fines in the first place called parkwatch. It works by crowdsourcing parking officer sighting and sending push notifications to users when an officer is spotted near your car. I haven’t seen much use in the us but it seems to be picking up

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