Here is a list of suggestions that may help your case:
- Photographs and videos that clearly show the vehicle’s location at the time you received a ticket. Photos should show building addresses, street names, and signs from the block your car was parked on;
- Diagrams or drawings to help explain where your vehicle was parked;
- Statements or letters from any witnesses;
- Maps showing the location of your vehicle when you received the ticket;
- Repair Bills that may prove that your vehicle was not at the location where you received the ticket;
- Police Reports that may prove that your car was missing at the time you received the ticket;
- Department of Motor Vehicles or Insurance Company Reports that may prove that your car was not at the location where you received the ticket;
- Towing Bills that may prove that your car was not on the road when the ticket was issued.
- If the paybyphone mobile phone app was used to pay for parking, you can print your transaction receipt by visiting http://www.paybyphone.com.
All evidence should be clear and support your claim. Photos, video, diagrams and maps should show the entire block from corner to corner including the street name and the building address on the summons. You should also show all signs on the block, even if they are hard to read.
Witness Statements, bills and reports should be dated, clear and provide information to support your claim.
We suggest you keep copies of everything that you send for your own records.
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