Hertz corner antics continue…

Hertz on Demand car sharing in Hoboken has issues

Taking street parking away from residents for Hertz on Demand (a for-profit corporation) has definitely seen it’s share of complaints from residents. Parking has not gotten easier in Hoboken (except on major holidays at around 4:15am in the pouring rain), and no matter how fool-proof anyone thinks this “plan” is – someone always finds a way to botch it.

Like this nimrod who parked the Hertz on Demand toy-car close to the intersection here at 11th and Hudson – scraping against a bollard and endangering pedestrians.

I still think they should figure out a way to give these parking spots back to car-owning residents – and put the Hertz cars in private garages somewhere. People have to stop getting spoiled because these rental cars are just a block or two from their apartments (walking does a body good), and the local government ought to stay out of private enterprise.

Oh – the car was parked all day yesterday without a ticket – but received a summons today.

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8 Comments on "Hertz corner antics continue…"


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HomeTeam
2 years 11 months ago

Sacs is leaving? In his honor, I’ll pee on the bike lane death trap on Jackson St tonight.

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whineanddineinhob
2 years 11 months ago

Finance director Nick Triasate (who served with Judy Tripodi) is also gone. His replacement is taking over immediately. Can’t wait to see what this story unfolds considering it doesn’t seem to be the result of a planned resignation.

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camel2
2 years 11 months ago

Looks like 411 finally got to Ian Sacs. He resigned today, moving away. Gone by October 15th. Thanks for nothing Jersey City resident Ian Sacs! Don’t let the door hit you on the way out you stuttering puppet!

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CumpyCP
2 years 11 months ago

Have you considered wearing a helmet when you cross the street? Really. I mean that. And if not, why?

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CumpyCP
2 years 11 months ago

this site should rename to HobokenComplainers411.

“…endangering pedestrians”? How exactly?