UPS Driver Uses Three-Day-Old Parking Ticket to Try to Avoid Getting More Tickets in the Financh

I’ve always suspected this, but here’s the proof:

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The SFMTA MUNI DPT citation you see was three days old. That means that the driver either just leaves the ticket on this truck 24-7 or s/he takes it off at night and then puts it back on in the morning.

Of course, most towns in America have spaces for UPS trucks to park.

But not San Francisco…

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2 Responses to “UPS Driver Uses Three-Day-Old Parking Ticket to Try to Avoid Getting More Tickets in the Financh”

  1. Alai says:

    SF does have spaces for UPS trucks– for example, the space you can see in the picture, where the UPS truck is parked.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    This was Front Street. The ticket from three days earlier was on Front Street, where, obvi, there wasn’t a place to park on that day.

    Check out Stevenson Alley, where you can find delivery trucks on the sidewalks all the live-long day.

    Perhaps UPS loses money delivering to the Financh, but what can they do, have a blackout zone? Not very easily, so the SFMTA is able to profit from this sitch.

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