NYC Anti-Idling Law Turns Into Huge Payday ($125K for One Man) for Citizens Who Report

Some so-called “idle warriors” are making huge amounts of money reporting commercial vehicles left running without a driver under the rules of a 2019 New York City law. One man has already made six figures off it.

Former Mayor Bill de Blasio tried to publicize the law, called the Citizens Air Complaint Program, in his final days in office as he pushed his climate agenda.

Here’s how it works. Find a commercial vehicle that’s idling. If it’s in a school zone, record it idling for one minute. If not in a school zone, record it for three minutes.

Then upload the footage to the city’s Department of

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