Saturday, July 31, 2021

Revel Without A Cause

Second Street at First Avenue this morning. 

And I have been waiting my whole life to use that headline! 

P.S. 
The officers let out a Revel yell upon leaving...

9 comments:

  1. wow - a rare tow by the NYPD

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  2. Ha yes funny. Revel without a clue as it is going to cost the renter of that motor scooter quite a few bucks to get it out of the NYPD tow pound.

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  3. I wonder who will pay the renter or the rental company. Revel has your credit card # so will likely bill the renter.

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  4. Hard to believe NYPD has tow trucks since they are never used to tow cars parked at fire hydrants, blocking crosswalks, parking on sidewalks or just blocking the Avenue B Open Street activities with clearly posted No Parking signs

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  5. I hope the renter gets stuck with the entire tow charge, AND has all the fun of dealing with the NYC tow pound.

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  6. Ya see the street scam where someone asks you to help them unlock the citibike for them - with your credit card?

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  7. 4 out of 5 Revel mopeds in the East Village, and especially in Alphabet City, are illegally parked.
    2 out of those 4 are just parked with the front towards the sidewalk, instead of the back, and the other 2 are parked in any crazy manner you can imagine.
    I have a collection of about 500 pictures to prove my stats.

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  8. Am shocked that NYPD has the time to tow a Revel. Meanwhile they merely pass by Kavasutra, whose patrons illegally park on both sides of their outdoor dining on 10th st (and by Tompkins!) everyday with their luxury cars…smh.

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  9. Cannot believe those revels were ever allowed to be out there

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