New Book about Parking in Manhattan

"The Feder Guide to Where to Park Your Car in Manhattan (and Where Not to Park It!) - Downtown Edition" by Erik Feder lists street parking regulations for every street in the downtown area of Manhattan (30th Street - Battery Park) as well as over 150 parking facilities in this same area including their locations, hours of operation, contact information and rates.
manhatten.jpgThere is a need for The Feder Guide - no such book currently exists and as anyone who drives a vehicle in Manhattan knows, trying to park your car or truck in Manhattan can be a frustrating and costly experience. The NYC government added 300 parking agents last year, increasing the total number of ticket writers to 1,100. These agents generate more than $500 million annually for City's budget. Research shows an average of over 27,000 tickets are issued daily in New York City, of which Manhattan is by far the largest contributor.
If this book helps a Manhattan motorist avoid just one parking ticket, it?ll pay for itself up to six times over. If it helps a driver in Manhattan to avoid being towed, it pays for itself at least fourteen times over.

The Feder Guide can be purchased or ordered at Hudson News outlets, Barnes & Nobles, Borders and at as well as through Rhythmo Productions at or by calling 1 (877) 412-PARK (412-7275). The Midtown/uptown edition, which covers 124th Street - 30th Street, will be released in autumn, 2005.

Erik Feder is "The Parking Expert"; he has done extensive research on the Manhattan parking scene, including driving on every single street in Manhattan and writing down the parking regulations on each and every sign. He is available for interview, commentary or quotation.

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