Usually, you get a parking ticket for violating the parking laws of the city. Each city has different parking violations, but the most common deal with parking in a fire lane, parking in a handicapped parking zone, or running out of time on the meter. As said, every city has different rules and laws that involve parking, but there are signs everywhere explaining where and when you can park. When you park somewhere unfamiliar, be sure to look for signs to say if it is legal to park there.
Parking Violations & Fines
The prices listed below are for informational purposes only. Amounts for tickets may differ from what is listed and is not to be taken as proof. Data is referenced as of Feb 2021. Call David Whipple for more details to see if he can help you with your situation.
All fines will have an administrative cost added.
|Fire Lane||$100 - $300 plus
|Handicapped Parking Zone||$100 - $300 plus
Kansas City (01/01/2020)
|PARKING METER VIOLATION||$15.50||$22.50||$38.00|
|OFF STREET PARKING||$15.50||$22.50||$38.00|
|PARK HANDICAP ZONE ON ST||$100.50||$22.50||$123.00|
Lee's Summit (02/01/2020)
|“No Parking” zone||$80.00|
|Parked – obstructing traffic||$79.50|
Lee's Summit (01/01/2020)
|“No Parking” zone||$86.00|
|Miscellaneous parking||Appear in court|