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  1. This little episode has taught me that anywhere the public goes is a road/another place.

    That would make your drive at home a road, where anything could happen.

    Get a digi camera and a pen and paper when you are on the roads in a vehicle.

    The Feds waste their time with summat and nowt while the country goes to pot.

    Its easy to fill the courts with drivers, but we will leave all the hard cases alone cos we might have to work to get convictions, and motorists are like fish in a barrel.

    I have just charged my two digi cameras to be part of the equipment in my car, just in case.

  2. Today, I got a call from GIB(girl in blue) to tell me they were not going to proceed with the accident on the roof of a Shopping Center

    All the damage they say came from my door was a minute scratch.

    This could have been done when the vehicle was made/serviced/ driven.

    It was a total waste of Police time and mytime cos no part of my vehicle touched the op.

     

     

    FROM THE JUNGEL CAME A MIGHTY ROAR, AND ALL THAT WAS BORN WAS A LITTLE MOUSE.

  3. When my drivers door touched the other drivers passenger door both cars were shut down eg without the engines running and parked next to each other.

    Therefore no one in the car next to mine could have suffered any sort of injury due to my door touching the car or any damage caused to the other vehicle other than a small transfer of paint from one vehicle to another.

    I have 28 days to respond to the Section 172 request for who was driving my car.

    Any evidence of paint scraping will be well worn away , and the rest would just be guessing.

  4. Well not a lot you can do at this stage and from your account, I wouldn't be worrying about it too much. What I would do in the meantime is contact the car park management to see if there is CCTV available mentioning that you will be requesting a copy under the date protection act if it contains images of you. Also tell them that there is likely to be an interest from the police. this will hopefully prevent them from 'accidently' erasing the applicable footage.

     

    At the end of the day, it will be the TP's word against yours which hopefully will be clarified by the CCTV. This would surely capture you committing all these offences.

     

    Is a multi storey car park a road or private property?

    Another point is that I did not run away from a reportable accident as no one was hurt no damage was done.

  5. It gives the location as The Ridings Car Park, Wakefield.

     

    Just as a precaution, I took 9 photos of my vehicle on the drivers side, and a full set of pics of the exact location where this incident happened.

    I also contacted the Insurance company of this incident as I thought it may be a [problem] on the part of the other people to make such a fuss over a microscopic spec of transfered paint if any.

  6. I am at present awaiting the scan for this NIP.

    The only thing that fits the bill on the NIP is

     

    B: Without due care and attention, or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the road or place.

    At the time of this so called incident, the vehicle was stood with the engine stopped, so to move it would have meant crashing through a wall into the street 50 foot below.

    I will post the NIP ASP, when I workout how to send the scan.

    68904

    I stopped at the location and remained there for a reasonable period of time.

    I gave my vehicle registration number,my name, address and that I was the vehicle owner and driver.

    This was done by word of mouth twice

  7. On Monday, 23/04/12 I parked my car in a multi story car park in a local shopping centre.

    At this time, my wife was with me and I was driving the vehicle.

    When I park in these sort of places, we always check to see that we are parked properly within the marked parking bays.

    I parked my car correctly in the bay.

    As we were waiting to vacate the car, another vehicle parked at the drivers side parking bay.

    As a result, I opened my drivers door and it touched the car in the next, bay, and it made gentle contact with this cars door.

    When I managed to get out of my car, I looked at the location which came in contact with the other car.

    When I looked at the other vehicle I saw no damage I checked to see if there was any damage to my door and looked at the other vehicle to see if I had damaged that car.

    As a result, there was no damage to my drivers door and non to the door of the other vehicle.

    The passenger in the other vehicle jumped out of his door, and started to shout and become agitated regarding my door touching the car he was riding in as a passenger.

    The driver, a female said I had bumped her car making a dent in the body work what was I going to do about it.

    I again looked at my door and her car and could not find a recent damage, which my door could have done.

    As a result my opening the door caused no damage to my door, or the body work to the other vehicle.

    By this time the male passenger was acting in a nasty manner so I left the scene , and left him to it.

     

    Today, Through the post, I was served with and NIP for the following offences.

    Driving Dangerously,

    Without due care and attention

    Speeding

    in a dangerous postion

    Failing to comply with a traffic sign or signal.

    At the time of this incident, my vehicle was shut down, in gear with the hand brake on and not moving.

    Could anyone advise me on what t do next.

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    I have a friend who is in his 80’s, who has both legs amputated, has very limited mobility.

    As a result some 6 months ago, he bought a battery powered motability vehicle for cash so he could get about.

    A couple of weeks ago, whilst going down a steep hill, the brakes on this vehicle failed and the vehicle ran away.

    He managed to stop it by applying the hand brake.

    As a result he contacted the supplier and he came out to mend this vehicle, but the fault still remains, with the brakes.

    To cut it short, the supplier will not mend the vehicle and seems to have blotted out the fact that the scooter is dangerous.

    The friend has contacted consumer Direct with his problem, but they seem to have shunted him into a corner and advised him the take the dealer to the Small Claims Court.

    The cost was around £2000 for the vehicle.

    Anyone any advice for my mate in recovering the money he paid for this defective new vehicle?

  9. Here I am again, just ignore these people they have no power to do owt or anything.

    When and if they post again just put the letter behind the mantle piece clock and ignore it.

    Just bin to Wakey parked in the Riding Centre, did the rounds of the Poundland Shops then went home cost for parking £1, with no cowboys looking on.

    In fact boycott all the PPC and Council as thery are all tarred with the same brush.

    Have nice day.

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