What is a Parking Fine Appeal Letter?
A Parking fine Appeal letter is written by an offender hoping to get his or her fine reduced or waived off by describing the chain of events, proving innocence or admitting his/her mistake.
Sample of Parking Fine Appeal Letter
2122 Airborne Street
Camry, MW 22232
Parking Charge Office,
Road Traffic Authorities,
Atlanta, FA 22344
RE: Parking Fine Appeal
I am writing this letter in response to the parking ticket I received on January 22, 2013, for improper parking at the Broad Marathon Street in Atlanta. I am putting forward an appeal to you for relaxing the fine imposed at 1:22pm by your on-duty officer. The parking report number is xxxxxx-xx.
Unfortunately, that day, I was looking for a medical store, after slicing my hand while picking up groceries in the Main Boulevard Street, two blocks away. I stopped at the Broad Marathon Street as soon as I found a medical store. Upon returning after having my hand bandaged, I found the on-duty officer writing me a ticket for wrong parking.
As you are well aware of the congestion during that time of the day, I could not avoid parking at the first available space, only to realize that I have been charged for parking in a ‘no parking zone’. I would like to point out that there was no sign at that spot denoting the same.
Having explained my case, I expect you investigate the matter thoroughly and show leniency. I am willing to provide additional information if required and you can feel free to contact me on 333-333-222. I shall be looking forward to a positive response from you.
- Attach any photo you have which can prove your innocence.
- Provide accurate information regarding the incident in question.