Unpaid parking fines add up to millions


Unpaid parking fines add up to millions

According to city officials in Providence, Rhode Island, there were 442,894 parking tickets at least a month past due in their city as of March 26. Including the original fee and late fines, this could add up to $6.6 million.

I’m shocked by the total and by the total lack of enforcement. With numbers like that, how can you blame the low-lifes who don’t pay their fines? It’s obvious the city can’t enforce its parking laws and at least half a million people know nobody’s really going to make them comply to parking regulations.

If you’re going to make a law, you have to enforce it or it becomes a joke.

Read the article here.

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