One ex-colleague of mine used to keep his Fireblade in the kitchen (yes, he rode it through the front door !) because if he thought that if he kept it outside it would be stolen in seconds.
I know someone who runs a haulier company, and permits are transferrable so I was thinking of parking an articulated lorry in the zones, and capturing some media attention whilst I am at it.
Nigel wrote:Ben - what happens if you just park on the pavement outside your house ? Technically you're then blocking the public footpath rather than parking without a permit...
nelz wrote:Technically, you're parking and blocking the footpath
and you may not have many proper traffic wardens in your area.
If a vehicle is broken down, Im not convinced they can ticket you, producing a reciept for a new fuse should be enough.
The problem is, where do you draw the line? People who own the old mini's / robin relient will complain " I can fit two of my cars in the space of a mondeo, I dont want to pay"
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