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As part of its ongoing effort to improve air quality, the City of Chicago is working with the Chicago Area Clean Cities (CACC) coalition and the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus to promote the use of alternative fuel vehicles—vehicles powered by "clean" fuels such as compressed natural gas, E85 (85% ethanol, 15% gasoline), propane and biodiesel—in Chicago area fleets.
If you have tickets listed in the seizure section of a notice, you must pay all fines and penalties within (21) days of the first seizure notice listing such fines and penalties or any vehicle registered in your name may be booted.
On September 16, 1987, the City of Chicago established a vehicle immobilization program, better known as the boot program. Vehicles become boot-eligible when a registered owner accrues three (3) or more unpaid parking or red-light tickets in final determination status or (2) unpaid parking or red-light tickets in final determination status older than one year.
CACC is one of 83 Clean Cities coalitions across the country. The City of Chicago coordinates CACC, whose members represent governments, businesses, educational and research institutions, fuel providers, utilities and environmental organizations.
The City of Chicago is retrofitting a portion of the City's diesel-powered fleet using oxidation catalysts (catalytic converters). The City plans to retrofit the entire diesel fleet over time, pending funding availability. The retrofits will improve air quality while reducing the risk of health problems related to diesel exhaust.
The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities provides information to print and broadcast reporters, students, disability organizations and the general public about terminology and portrayal issues concerning people with disabilities.
The City of Chicago has a law restricting the parking of commercial trucks and junk vehicles on city streets. For several years, the City has prohibited trucks weighing over 4500 lbs, (18 wheelers) from parking on City streets.
A pedicab is a human pedal-powered public passenger vehicle used to transport passengers for hire. A pedicab chauffeur is the person that drives or peddles and controls the direction and steering of the pedicab.
If the registered owner is unable to request or appear for the hearing, someone authorized by the owner can do so. An attorney can act on behalf of the registered owner by providing a copy of his/her attorney credentials by mail.