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Guys, any help will be appreciated regarding this matter.

I was given ticket for parking wholly on pavement, I parked on same spot previously and it was fine.

The other thing is I'm trade plate driver delivering sain car client before this happened. Can I be able to challenge this ticket given that I'm not the keeper or owner.

 

Many thanks.

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No you were the driver

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document converted to pdf and rotated

 

what are the restrictions for Tuesday night at 20:30...pixs of signs would be useful but as PDF and ONE multipage file

read UPLOAD

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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No you were the driver

 

 

? Anyone can appeal a parking ticket. You don't need to be the owner.

 

 

The question is whether there is any realistic chance of winning the appeal. On the fact of it, the PCN was for yellow lines. We would need to know if there were yellow lines on the roadside, and if they were in force at the time.

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If no yellow lines they have used the wrong contravention so you win on a technicality. Now in many places parking on the pavemet is an offence in its own right so somehting to think about. The road includes the pavemetn or verge as far as the boundary of the adjoining land so in some instances abandoning your vehicle in a hedge will get you a ticket

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It's not 100 percent for yellow lines. There are other circumstances in which it could also be the correct contravention.

 

It's no longer relevant that he was on the pavement, beause that's not what he was ticketed for. It just depends what the restriction was on that street. Maybe he'll come back and tell us?

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Thanks guys for your comments. I didn't see any sign indicating restrictions, in fact a guard at gate said I could park on pavement like others did because inside car park is for Man United staff only, it was on match day. I've parked on exact location a week ago to watch a match and got no ticket. Seems someone ring council about folks parking there.

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If I send informal appeal can that give me more time if they decline. I'm really struggling financially. If it goes to company I work for they'll pay it and recharge me about £100 including admin fee.

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If I send informal appeal can that give me more time if they decline. I'm really struggling financially. If it goes to company I work for they'll pay it and recharge me about £100 including admin fee.

 

 

Yes, they will put it on hold at the reduced rate and if they refuse the appeal, you will normally be allowed two weeks to pay the reduced rate starting from when they sent the letter. Assuming they take two weeks to reply, that's four weeks from when you write to them.

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Yes, they will put it on hold at the reduced rate and if they refuse the appeal, you will normally be allowed two weeks to pay the reduced rate starting from when they sent the letter. Assuming they take two weeks to reply, that's four weeks from when you write to them.

 

 

Yes on pavement near double yellow lines, parked there before no problem

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So, the double yellows apply to the pavement as well as the road, and so the contravention is correct - restricted street.

 

 

 

Definitely try an appeal, but brace yourself for it being refused, which is likely. I would just explain what happened like in your post 7 above, and emphasise this was a genuine error - you believed parking was allowed/tolerated on match days. You never know, you might get lucky.

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So, the double yellows apply to the pavement as well as the road, and so the contravention is correct - restricted street.

 

 

 

Definitely try an appeal, but brace yourself for it being refused, which is likely. I would just explain what happened like in your post 7 above, and emphasise this was a genuine error - you believed parking was allowed/tolerated on match days. You never know, you might get lucky.

 

many thanks

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I'm wondering why the parking ticket states the normal registration. You can make out the normal form of a plate even tho its redacted, and not your trade plate as you state its a trade plate delivery.

The double yellows apply to the pavement as well as the road

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