Driving in New York City
Why bother to own a car in New York City? Parking is hard, cab drivers don't usually like to share the road, and the Public Transportation System can take you wherever you want to go for $2.00. Sometimes, though, there's nothing like driving; for these occasions, rent one!
There are certain laws and rules of the road for New York that you should be aware of before driving into the city. For complete information on these laws, visit the DMV's site.
Driving Directions into Manhattan
Check out the Chamber of Commerce's website.
Current Traffic and Transit Conditions
Tune into the Shadow Traffic Network or the Metro Traffic Control reports on most local broadcast stations during rush hour (radio stations). If you are looking online, check out www.metrocommute.com.
Alternate side of the street parking
Parking Facilities in New York
Call: (212)/(718)225-5368 or visit the City Planning site for excellent detailed maps of Manhattan's parking facilities.
New York New Car Lemon Law
The New Car Lemon Law provides a legal remedy for consumers who are buyers or lessees of new cars and certain used cars that turn out to be lemons. For more information, visit the State Attorney General's website.
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