Local car owners know driving in Chicago has many challenges—traffic, parking, red light cameras, parking tickets and sometimes, unfortunately the Denver boot.

But now 32nd Ward Alderman Scott Waguespack is helping drivers deal with these stressful situations with the kickoff of the inaugural Chicago Driver Survival Seminar on Tuesday November 30th.

The Chicago Driver Survival Seminar is a FREE, two and a half hour motorist education boot camp to arm Chicago drivers with the basic tools of avoiding and fighting parking tickets, understanding and avoiding red light camera tickets, dealing with speeding and other traffic tickets, keeping the Denver boot off your car and keeping drivers up to speed on recent changes to driving laws.

The seminar was created by Mike Brockway (aka The Parking Ticket Geek) the publisher of The Expired Meter.com (a local website providing news and advice on driving and parking), after discussions with Ald. Waguespack about the need for helping local drivers get a better understanding of these issues.

Seating is limited for this event so interested drivers need to RSVP with their full names to ward32rsvp@theexpiredmeter.com. Seating will be given on a first-come,  first-served basis.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010
6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Devry University
3300 N Campbell

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Chicago Driver Survival Seminar Flier

Chicago Driver Survival Seminar Press Release