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Your vehicle may be booted or impounded if you have 3 or more unpaid parking tickets over 30 days old. If so, all Mount Vernon parking tickets under the registered owners' name (all license plate numbers) plus a boot/impound fee must be paid prior to a release being issued. There is no parking ticket reduction permitted on the booted/impounded vehicle.
If you do not appear in Court to answer the summons or make payment 30 days after the issuance of the summons, your fine will be doubled and may be further increased or subject you to imprisonment if default continues, and/or the owner may be denied registration renewal and the vehicle immobilized at the owner's expense.
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If you do not wish to contest the summons, you must sign the Authorization and Waiver on the back of the summons and make payment of the indicated amount by no later than 30 days after the issuance of the summons either directly to the Traffic Violations Bureau of the Court or by mail using the summons envelope enclosing your check or money order payable to City Court of Mount Vernon. Be sure to write your plate number and state on the front of the check or money order.
Please mail in or drop off your parking ticket with a brief description of such problem within 48 hours of issuance. The problem will be investigated and you will be notified by mail of such findings.
If you wish to plead not guilty to a summons you must appear on any business day at 8:30 am in the City Court, 2 Roosevelt Square, Mount Vernon, New York no later than 30 days after the issuance of the summons.
If you have 3 or more unpaid parking tickets issued within 18 months, you may be classified as a parking scofflaw. The State of New York Department of Motor Vehicles will then not allow you to register your vehicle until a Registration Clearance Notice is issued. All Mount Vernon parking tickets under the registered owners' name (all license plate numbers) must be paid prior to such a clearance being issued.
Payment must be made by cash, certified check or money order.