I got a parking ticket recently that upset me to no end. I was helping my 74-year-old mother down to the car from my apartment - she had gotten a sprained ankle a few days earlier. In the two minutes I was away from my car, I got a very expensive ticket that I felt was totally unwarranted.
I knew I wanted to fight this ticket but I didn't really understand the law well enough to know the best way to do it. Then somebody told me about this book.
This book turned is the best investment I've made in a long time. Everything in the book is indexed and easy to find - I was able to find the part of the book that fit my infraction in thirty seconds flat.
Then, in layman's terms, the book revealed the best defenses for my ticket and any parking ticket: What works, what doesn't work, and why. Within minutes I had formulated my plan of action.
When I had my day in court, the judge was so impressed with my arguments, he asked me if I was a lawyer (I'm not). This book is that good.
This book is surprisingly inexpensive, considering how much it is likely to save an average New Yorker over the course of the year. I plan on getting it as gifts for all my friends in the city who own cars! They're gonna love me.