"Is it a cargo van, an oversized van, a dump truck? Mail to Inspectors Pilecki/Chan - NYPD Traffic Enforcement waste of time. Owners scam system, passenger plate but vehicle is utilized for commercial use. This allows vehicles to be parked overnight and all day on weekends in residential areas. If vehicle has commercial plate it would be ticket after three hours parked, called storage and definitely a ticket for overnight from 9pm to 5pm. In addition, scamming insurance companies paying lower rate and not informing carrier it is for commercial use. Lower registration fee paid to NYSDMV and upper level of 59th Street Bridge prohibits commercial vehicles yet everyday traffic is backed up, what is supposed to be an easy quick ride over the upper level is no different than lower level with trucks, vans. Cargo vans and oversized vehicles such as Connect use upper level with passenger plate. When will NYPD Traffic Enforcement put an end to this. There is a trailer house on 65th Place/Garfield, then down two streets a massive boat attached to a car parked 24/7 365 days annually and vans, vans and more vans everywhere, ambulette, vehicles which state hazardous material. Nothing is done to stop this practice. Look at photos taken today at 7am, THREE parked together, complete disregard for residents. Last one has commercial plate." - Anonymous
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