QUESTION:

I was following my GPS and it brought me to the address to the salon to deliver a washer. There was no parking, heavy traffic, close to rush hour. I called the customer and he told me to go inside and ask for Lisa. I put my hazards on and left the company truck asked for Lisa inside the store. She directed me to the work area. I quickly went back outside to setup the delivery and I noticed I was getting a ticket. The meter officer told me that I was not allowed to park there and there is a loading zone next to the salon but my truck was too big to fit the loading zone. I got a ticket before blocking a driveway so I did not want another ticket and that would not be optional is what I explained to the officer. The officer shrugged his shoulders and handed me the ticket. I texted my boss explained to him the job needs to be rescheduled the truck is too big for the area. That I should not be responsible for the ticket because there is no description in the delivery notes of the job or the customer or the office a plan for me to deliver. I have texts and photos to support my claim.

ANSWER:

Parking citations are typically written to the registered owner of the vehicle and mailed to his or her address. So to answer your question – yes, your boss is responsible … as far as the government agency in question and the DMV are concerned.

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