Do you find that keeping track of all the tickets that are issued and fees assessed with an increasing number of vehicles and drivers is increasingly difficult?
Managers are charged with the cumbersome task of maintaining accurate files on which drivers accrue certain fines, how much needs to be paid and by when payments are due.
The Parking Violations Bureau provides a special program for companies operating fleets of ten or more vehicles and rental agencies.
Such companies may find it difficult to track and pay tickets issued to their vehicles
on an individual and/or ticket-by-ticket basis. The Fleet Program assists
these companies by streamlining the ticket payment process. The program
is free of charge to the participant.
The Parking Violations Bureau Fleet Program provides fleet and rental companies with the option of paying their parking ticket fines on a monthly basis in one lump sum rather that ticket-by-ticket. Instead of receiving individual notices, Fleet Program participants will receive a monthly invoice, itemizing each ticket received by a vehicle within their fleet. The company may then make one bulk payment, which will be distributed among the invoiced tickets.
A rental company is responsible for any parking fines incurred by a rental vehicle, unless it can provide the Parking Violations Bureau with the name and address of the renter who is in possession of the vehicle at the time the ticket was issued. Rental companies who participate in the Fleet Program will be provided with an itemized invoice of all tickets received by their rental vehicles. However, in lieu of payment, the rental company may provide the Parking Violations Bureau with renter information. If renter information is provided within 30 days of the invoice receipt, State law allows responsibility for the ticket to be transferred to the renter. Otherwise, by law the rental company will be responsible for payment of the fine.
In order to facilitate the process of providing renter names and address, rental companies can opt to receive a monthly invoice in either a hard copy format, or e-mail, so that the violation information can be compared directly to the company database.