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you know, you can get a parking ticket for not riding your motorcycle in the winter.

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dont illegally park it over the winter and you wont get one
It isn't parked illegal. It isn't being used, because it's winter. And police find that it is probable cause to ticket the vehicle for non usage.
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Vehicles and parking tickets and a particular poster... I see a pattern.

What actual IL Code or Village ordinance was it ticketed for being in violation of?

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Vehicles and parking tickets and a particular poster... I see a pattern.

What actual IL Code or Village ordinance was it ticketed for being in violation of?

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Most cities have an ordnance that a vehicle must me moved every 24 hours or it is considered abandoned. Not always enforced but still on the books.

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Most cities have an ordnance that a vehicle must me moved every 24 hours or it is considered abandoned. Not always enforced but still on the books.
24 hrs? I can't spend a day inside? I am guessing its longer than 24 hours. Maybe thats why the city is always pushing the CTA on us, so while were riding the buses they ticket all our cars.
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are you storing more heaps of shit in lombard? clearly the neighbors have had it with your junkyard.

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are you storing more heaps of shit in lombard? clearly the neighbors have had it with your junkyard.
agreed. chances are people in the area are tired of looking at it and called it in. find a garage to share or rent a storage unit for the winter, your bike will thank you for it.
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agreed. chances are people in the area are tired of looking at it and called it in. find a garage to share or rent a storage unit for the winter, your bike will thank you for it.
I doubt people are calling it in. When I was in court, everyone that was there were residents of the town that got parking tickets.
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Most cities have an ordnance that a vehicle must me moved every 24 hours or it is considered abandoned. Not always enforced but still on the books.
Although I'm not 100% sure, I believe Niles has this also, but it's 36hours. a buddy of mine got a ticket for this cause he always drives home for lunch and usually parks in the same general spot everyday. Well a neighbor didn't like him and decided to call the cops and say the truck never moved.

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I doubt people are calling it in. When I was in court, everyone that was there were residents of the town that got parking tickets.
that doesn't mean anything... maybe all parking tickets issued within a certain time frame are given the same court date.
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that doesn't mean anything... maybe all parking tickets issued within a certain time frame are given the same court date.
that is true. court date is set every month


But when you have 99% of all the people in court, residents. Fighting parking ticket violations, that makes an obvious statement. When I was in court, only 1 person was there to protest a speeding ticket.

Talked to the neighbor, and he said he was there a few times. And the court is always booked with everyone protesting parking tickets. He stated there is a high verdit of "guilty". aka big time revenue generator.


Thats like saying a town like Chicago has no crime, so cops need to ticket vehicles because there is nothing to do. And Chicago is so corrupt, it needs to gather money any way it can.
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People call in abandoned vehicles all the time, either the complainer doesnt recognize the vehicle, it hasnt moved in so long, its an eyesore to them, etc.......people call in EVERYTHING to the cops.

For example, I had someone from an apartment complex in town call bc a specific car was parked and taking up 2 parking spots. I get there and identify the very car the caller was talking about and I can't tell if it's taking up 2 spots or not bc you can't even see the markings for the parking spot....yet the caller somehow knew and called to complain. When I worked days we would always have the same refused complainant walk around certain parts of town and call in vehicles parked in their driveways yet blocking the sidewalk.
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People call in abandoned vehicles all the time, either the complainer doesnt recognize the vehicle, it hasnt moved in so long, its an eyesore to them, etc.......people call in EVERYTHING to the cops.

For example, I had someone from an apartment complex in town call bc a specific car was parked and taking up 2 parking spots. I get there and identify the very car the caller was talking about and I can't tell if it's taking up 2 spots or not bc you can't even see the markings for the parking spot....yet the caller somehow knew and called to complain.
Did you ticket the vehicle? Or did u blow it off, because usually those cases are up to the landlord. And the landlord calls his tow company to remove the vehicle.



Say you have someone call saying theres a car they don't like in a Jewel parking lot. Do you ticket the vehicle? Jewel didn't call and complain. Some random guy who had roadrage placed the call.
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Did you ticket the vehicle? Or did u blow it off, because usually those cases are up to the landlord. And the landlord calls his tow company to remove the vehicle.



Say you have someone call saying theres a car they don't like in a Jewel parking lot. Do you ticket the vehicle? Jewel didn't call and complain. Some random guy who had roadrage placed the call.
I found and talked to the owner of the vehicle and laughed bc I told him I woulda parked the same way he did. We have an ordinance that allows us to cite vehicles in parking lots and tow them only if they are considered abandoned by the village definition.

If someone calls on a vehicle in Jewel P-lot....if there's a violation, I might write it, if it sits there forever, unless it meets village abandoned requirements, Jewel can tow it.
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I found and talked to the owner of the vehicle and laughed bc I told him I woulda parked the same way he did. We have an ordinance that allows us to cite vehicles in parking lots and tow them only if they are considered abandoned by the village definition.
But if the owner didn't show up. Would you ticket the vehicle because it wasn't within the yellow lines/and or blocking two spaces?

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If someone calls on a vehicle in Jewel P-lot....if there's a violation, I might write it, if it sits there forever, unless it meets village abandoned requirements, Jewel can tow it.
If a vehicle is plated, with current village sticker from their town. And the car is in the same spot everyday. Would it be considered "abandoned"?

How do you know the guy didn't drop his car off there and jumped in his girlfriend's car while he cheats on his wife? And what if he's really good, and takes up to 10 hours?



you can ticket the vehicle under numerous ordinances, eventhough, you don't have all the facts. So how can an enforcment officer write tickets based on assumptions? Or is there an agenda to writing tickets? Go to court and prove your innocent. But a lot of people will pay the ticket vs losing income from work. So your pleaing guilty because you have too.
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But if the owner didn't show up. Would you ticket the vehicle because it wasn't within the yellow lines/and or blocking two spaces?
Nope. I couldn't tell if it was or wasn't withint the lines.


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If a vehicle is plated, with current village sticker from their town. And the car is in the same spot everyday. Would it be considered "abandoned"?.
The abandoned auto process takes time. In my town, and my previous town, we are to check to make sure it fits certain criteria (flat tire, broken windows, expired registration in addition to other stuff etc..) If it fits that, we write a warning citation, take photos of the veh condition, then check to see in a day or two if it has been moved or repaired. If it has not, an abandoned tow sticker is placed on it as well as an actual parking citation then we check back in 7 days. If the car is still in the same condition, we send out certified letters to the registered owners and lien holders advising them of the situation and to contact the PD or remove/repair the vehicle. If no contact is made and the vehicle is still in the same condition, it is photographed again and towed....the tow company holds on to it for whatever amount of time they can and then they try and locate the owner and then do whatever they do with it.


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you can ticket the vehicle under numerous ordinances, eventhough, you don't have all the facts. So how can an enforcment officer write tickets based on assumptions? Or is there an agenda to writing tickets? Go to court and prove your innocent. But a lot of people will pay the ticket vs losing income from work. So your pleaing guilty because you have too.
Huh?!
An infraction should fit the ordinance....if it doesn't, the owner should go to court to contest it bc it's not fitting the ordinance. People shouldn't please guilty if they aren't. There is no agenda to writing parking tickets.....especially measly parking tickets...IMO. The officer goes on what evidence he has at the time to write the ticket.
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It isn't parked illegal. It isn't being used, because it's winter. And police find that it is probable cause to ticket the vehicle for non usage.
It isn't being used. Ticketed for Non-Usage. Doesn't "Non Usage" mean not using something? Sorry, I just thought it was funny.
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It isn't being used. Ticketed for Non-Usage. Doesn't "Non Usage" mean not using something? Sorry, I just thought it was funny.
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his bikes tires are probably flat, its under some torn ass shitty blue walmart tarp held on with all manner of tape, all while put next to the 3 or 4 fiero shells that will never run again that hes got stacked on blocks.

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his bikes tires are probably flat, its under some torn ass shitty blue walmart tarp held on with all manner of tape, all while put next to the 3 or 4 fiero shells that will never run again that hes got stacked on blocks.

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When you're hear longer you'll realize the original poster is an idiot and the description of a tarp is probably spot on.

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When you're hear longer you'll realize the original poster is an idiot and the description of a tarp is probably spot on.
Your just hating because you don't know how to turn a scope on.


I forgot, Illinois doesn't have any cops that are corrupt and gotten arrested.


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