And suppose some city parking-enforcement workers test their handheld ticketing-computers by typing in a license plate of zero.
Guess what happens.
The situation got to the point where Feddor was "afraid of getting the boot," he said, referring to the city's new policy of locking Denver boots on vehicles that have two or more outstanding tickets.It's hip
to have zip
for a plate.
But having the boot is not so great.