Do parking tickets affect you in any way?
My significant other gets too many parking tickets. We pay them on time every time. However, my question is, as long as they are paid, do they affect you in any way? I.e when renewing liscense, etc? I want to know if it has any possible negative consequence. We live in IL
- Jake No ChatLv 72 years agoFavorite Answer
No adverse consequences or properly paid parking tickets. It does not matter for points, insurance, license renewal, etc. It just costs you money to keep getting and paying the tickets.
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 72 years ago
No they don't. As long as your parking fines are paid, you're in the clear.
- RICKLv 72 years ago
Just in the wallet as they can get expensive
- PercyqtedLv 72 years ago
Me, personally? No
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- The DevilLv 72 years ago
As long as you pay them, that is all the trouble a parking ticket is. They can double in price when overdue, again and again. There may come a day when it includes being towed away as well as being ticketed, if you really want a super-effed up experience.
- D JLv 72 years ago
Yes, if you do not pay them, you can have their driving privileges revoked.
- MardukLv 72 years ago
No, I don' t park illegally. No affect at all.
- SamLv 72 years ago
They will affect you if not paid (i.e. could get booted, could get cuffed if pulled over for some other offense and you have many unpaid tickets, etc). The bigger concern I would have is why isnt more common sense used when parking? Are you happy just throwing your money away?
- Anonymous2 years ago
The only negative consequence I can see it that it's money down the drain. Is there something wrong with her?
- 2 years ago
I think that parking tickets do affect your driving record in the way of points on it