не знаю куда запостить…
пишу от имени соседа-американца:
I live in apartment complex. I have my own off-street parking space but recently I decided to sell my car. So I sticked pair of “for sale” signs with my telephone number and parked the car on the street across the apartment where I live. Parking on the street is allowed if you have resident parking permit which I obtained few days before and hooked to the mirror in the car. So today I came back from work and found out that my car got towed away. Called police and they explained to me that might one of the neighbors complained about unattended car (car was parked absolutely legally) in front of their house (though it is public parking with permit which I have), police made a note in their computer system and waited for 48 hours to see whether the car is going to be attended or not. Even if there is such a law, I think police must leave some sort of notes or warnings on the car. and there was No tickets whatsoever since it was parked legally.
Police said that there is NJ law that states the abovementioned procedure. where can i find that law? is that so? Can I hold the police department to pay towing charges? Small claims court or hire a lawyer?
Instead of towing away the car they could just verify by hanging resident permit card that I live across the street.
п.с. да и у чувака денег-то нет- после тяжелго неприятного развода.