My parents were issues two tickets, for two different cars, at the same time (9 AM) and the ticket says our old address (we do not live there anymore) Car A, they still own, however, it was not parked in riverside at the time or place the tickets say, Car B. we have not owned/ been in our possession for YEARS. I am just astonished that a village could actually issue a ticket, mail it, not knowing there was ever a violation in the first place.
They get a list of registered vehicles from the Secretary of State and then see if those vehicles have been issued a sticker. If not, you get a ticket.
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