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I received a parking ticket for buying a cup of coffee from my local McDonald's drive-thru.

The McDonald's is on a retail park, which also includes a car park. Both are accessed through the same entrance. 

So my car was photographed entering and leaving, even though I didn't park – just joined the queue, waited, got my drink and and left.




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I see the fleecers are only cancelling charges for the victims who appeal. As we know, that will be a small percentage 'cos everyone thinks they're fines.

Also Maccys are sooooo short sighted. They will definitely have lost regular customers, just because they couldn't be bothered to address the situation... In full knowledge that other customers were having exactly the same problem.

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And Nexus's proposal to extend the grace period isn't addressing the real issue at all, which is that being in the DriveThru queue isn't parking at all and 'grace periods' are irrelevant. I've no doubt that if it went to court the judge would throw it out as not being parking.

The site owner of the retail park (not identifed but apparently not McDonalds) is as much to blame for designing the site so that it's impossible to distinguish between people entering to park and people entering to go to the drive thru. They'd probably argue that people might go the drive thru then park to eat, but that's their fault for not making the drive thru route separate from the car park.

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