My friend receive a parking citation from San Francisco Department of Parking & Traffic. It's for an expired meter.
His citation was violation of TC202. Couldn't find much information regarding TC202 other than a penalty fee schedule
<a href="http://library3.municode.com/4201/template.htm?view=document&doc_action=setHitDoc&do c_hit=1">TC202</a>
There is reference to VC42001 within the above reference Article.
The month indicated on the citation is incorrect (August instead of June), but I doubt that is a deal breaker.
The interesting thing is the field for the License Number. The officer wrote the incorrect license number. Instead of 7B89021, the officer wrote 7B9021.
Six characters instead of the typical seven.
There is no other identification on the citation (such as registration number, registration tags) that could tie the citation to the vehicle owner. Since the license number is incorrect, it's my guess that this citation will not be able to identify who is responsible for the fine.
Just wanting confirmation and other's people thoughts here.