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A few parking FAQ’s

[spoiler title=”Aren’t traffic wardens supposed to give ‘a few minutes grace’ before issuing a ticket on a single yellow line?” open=”0″ style=”2″]Contrary to popular misconception, you are not – and never have been – permitted to stop for a ‘a few minutes’ other than to set down or pick up passengers or load and unload goods (in the absence of any loading restrictions) on a single yellow line. A traffic warden or parking attendant will usually observe a vehicle for a few minutes to see if any activity is going on before issuing a ticket. Different local authorities have different policies. For example in London, Camden & Westminster PA’s are meant to observe a vehicle for 20 minutes to see if it is loading whereas Barnet has no observation period.[/spoiler]

[spoiler title=”Aren’t traffic wardens supposed to give ‘a few minutes grace’ before issuing a ticket on a single yellow line?Aren’t traffic wardens supposed to give ‘a few minutes grace’ before issuing a ticket on a single yellow line?Aren’t traffic wardens supposed to give ‘a few minutes grace’ before issuing a ticket on a single yellow line?Aren’t traffic wardens supposed to give ‘a few minutes grace’ before issuing a ticket on a single yellow line?” open=”0″ style=”2″]Contrary to popular misconception, you are not – and never have been – permitted to stop for a ‘a few minutes’ other than to set down or pick up passengers or load and unload goods (in the absence of any loading restrictions) on a single yellow line. A traffic warden or parking attendant will usually observe a vehicle for a few minutes to see if any activity is going on before issuing a ticket. Different local authorities have different policies. For example in London, Camden & Westminster PA’s are meant to observe a vehicle for 20 minutes to see if it is loading whereas Barnet has no observation period.[/spoiler]

 

 

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