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ParkingTicket.com Introduces WORRY-FREE PARKING™ to Help Drivers Escape 100 Million Traffic & Parking Ticket Fines Nationwide

NEW YORK, Jan. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Drivers fear not! ParkingTicket.com Introduces WORRY FREE PARKING™ for motorists across the country. The nation's beleaguered motorists can now fight UNLIMITED parking & traffic tickets to help beat more than 100 million tickets issued annually. Drivers can now legally beat every parking & traffic ticket using a new service called WORRY-FREE PARKING™. Learn more at http://www.parkingticket.com.

Going on a road trip? WORRY-FREE PARKING™ is a service that will challenge any parking ticket, any traffic ticket, anywhere. Drivers can fight an unlimited number of parking or traffic tickets for just $4.95 per month. Plus, members are entitled to a 100% money-back guarantee within 30 days.

WORRY-FREE PARKING™ will host a press conference luncheon in NYC today at the Plaza Hotel on Jan. 9th, 2013 from 11:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M.  RSVP: (201) 452-2249.   

How it works: WORRY FREE PARKING™ allows anyone, no matter where they are, to start fighting their parking ticket by simply logging on to the easy to use website from their I-PHONE, ANDROID, SAMSUNG, Tablet, Laptop or Desktop.                                                  

"More than 100 million parking and traffic tickets are issued annually, amounting to a staggering two billion in fines," declares parkingticket.com President, Glen Bolofsky, "and now, for the first time ever, people will be able to instantly fight ALL of their tickets, no matter where it is issued, the very moment it is issued."  

Most people don't even know they can fight their parking tickets let alone have the time to go to court or write a letter that details their defense.    

About ParkingTicket.com:   

ParkingTicket.com is revolutionizing the way that people all over the country deal with their parking tickets. Since its launch in October 2001, parkingticket.com has used the technology and global scope of the Internet to assist people in fighting or paying their parking tickets online through a simple point-and-click interface. Comprised of a team of expert consultants, including former Judges, Police Officers, and Traffic Enforcement Supervisors, parkingticket.com uses its knowledge and experience to assist all customers in getting a fair shake.

Glen Bolofsky, the founder and CEO of parkingticket.com says, "the average individual and family don't want to or don't know how to fight against the many traps that government sets up to thwart them. Regulators throughout the country meet together and devise strategies to obfuscate the truth and duck responsibility in order to maximize revenue so they can keep their jobs. Because they not only fail but fail miserably in protecting the public we step in to fill that void.

Pledge: We pledge to stand and fight for our customers rights and to do our level best to help every customer fight against every unfair ticket. That is our promise.

Learn more at http://www.parkingticket.com.

SOURCE ParkingTicket.com

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