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If you find a great parking space in front of a broken parking meter, can you park there? The answer is complicated.
What happens when someone steals your license plate, then speeds past a camera? In Washington D.C., you could get a ticket, or possibly several tickets.
When you park at a broken meter in the District of Columbia, what should you do? Can you report it broken and legally remain there? These questions confuse not only drivers but D.C. officials as well.
If you park overnight in D.C., you can get a ticket if you don't have a D.C. license plate. It's an issue for Maryland and Virginia residents frequently brought to WTOP Ticketbuster's attention.
Since 2010, a Maryland driver has been getting parking tickets in the mail from D.C. for different cars with a vanity plate, none of which belong to her.
Red top meters, reserved for handicapped drivers, are being installed, tested and expected in D.C.
A WTOP investigation has uncovered one of D.C.'s speed cameras was actually operating in Prince George's County, Maryland, which could be illegal under D.C. law.
One month after a woman received a ticket on a block with multiple incorrect parking signs, a judge has thrown out the ticket and waived all fines against her.
Are you driving to the Nationals game on July 4th? You won't need to feed the meters outside the ballpark.
Lisa Foreman got a ticket, even though she parked under a green sign. Now she wants the fine rescinded.
For drivers who lease their vehicle, toll bills might not ever arrive in their mail box and if they do, there might be extra fees tacked on because of how the cars are registered as one Fredericksburg woman learned.
More traffic equals more regulation at the National Mall.
Eric Rosenberg is appealing a rush-hour restriction ticket he received while parked on Wisconsin Avenue in Glover Park. He says he was parked in the southbound lanes and wasn't violating any restrictions, which were in place for outbound traffic at the time.
A Northern Virginia woman who took 11 trips on the 495 Express Lanes is being charged more than $10,000 in tolls, administrative fees, court costs and civil penalties.
A small town in Prince George's County under pressure over its speed cameras has decided to remove them from the road, at least temporarily.
Prince George's County wants to make sure delinquent ticket citations are legit.
WTOP Ticketbuster has found several instances in which D.C. has not checked ticket photos to catch errors.
When Patricia Cronauer's license plate fell off her car last summer, she never imagined it would kick start a nightmare that one lawmaker calls "a loop of insanity."
The D.C. City Council unanimously passed a bill Tuesday to change the way parking tickets are adjudicated and address several issues identified in the WTOP Ticketbuster series.
Drivers' complaints helped uncover a larger problem in the ticketing program in the District of Columbia that lacks proper safeguards to protect innocent drivers, mostly from Maryland and Virginia.
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