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I've recently received a standard Parking Charge Notice from parking eye

for a car park visit 31 days after the visit which I paid for.

The notice shows my entry and exit into the car park and the duration of just over 2 hours of parking.


The circumstances are I paid for 3 hours of parking,

I inputed my number plate into the machine,

I assume in the correct format and dispayed my ticket in full view on the dash.

After 25 days I disposed of the ticket as I assumed the need to retain had passed.


I have registered an appeal and admited I was driving and disclosed all facts.

I also found their number and rang them.

I was told a search of the machine would show if I had paid.

The charge is for £100, £60 discounted and was issued 27 days after the visit.


I have heard nothing from them in nearly a week.

I fulfilled my contract with parking eye and consider their pursuit for payment unlawful

and DVLA's compliance unlawful too.


Can I expect parking eye to take this all the way to court?

If so will they be bound to provide a record of registration inputs for that day as requested

and I would also like to see evidence that my car was parked without a ticket displayed

( this won't exist as it was displayed).


This would be the basis of my case,

does anyone have any advice or comment to help me?


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by admitting you were driving you have negated the provisions of the POFA which would have killed the claim by PE


Unless you can now show that you did pay you might as well pay up as they wont provide you with any evidence of their claim. If you have a stronger constitution then you better be prepared for a long fight that may well go to court.


They use ANPR to log the vehicles in and out of the car park and match that to the ticket purchased and will lie to the court about their inadequate systems errors rather than admit any fault.

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