Yes Ray you are being cheapplanet4ever wrote:Maybe I'm just being cheap, but am I going to get anything worthwhile for my $17? Are these needed anywhere in the Bay Area?
the sticker doesn't mean squat.Unauthorized vehicles not displaying valid zero-emission vehicle decal identifications will be towed away at owner's expense.
Spies wrote:Keep in mind that this also keeps plug in hybrids out of spots marked as such too. Should those vehicles be towed as well?
I agree even though it will most likely not make the PHEV folks happy and it is the way the law is currently written. By the way I do have the sticker but have not placed it on my vehicle yet but will soon.mwalsh wrote:IMO....Yes. It should apply to any vehicle that doesn't use electricity as it's sole source of motivation.
Spies wrote:So is it appropriate to play "hard ball" and call to have a car towed that is in a designated parking stall that is not displaying the sticker?
Electric4Me wrote:It would be less "hard ball" if they were just towed to another available spot, with a $XX "re-parking" fine...
Electric4Me wrote:As far as the $17 CA EV parking sticker goes, it seems excessive to me (the HOV sticker is only $8), especially on vehicles that are clearly EVs.
mwalsh wrote:Electric4Me wrote:It would be less "hard ball" if they were just towed to another available spot, with a $XX "re-parking" fine...
Electric4Me wrote:You can always bring 1-3 floor jacks with you as well and move any violators out into the main aisle.