‘best to use des­ig­nated bays’

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Ticket Dispute -

An­other pro­vi­sion of the Op­er­a­tion Re­quire­ments is para­graph 14, which states that op­er­a­tors must give clear in­for­ma­tion about what park­ing ac­tiv­i­ties are al­lowed and what is unau­tho­rised.

There aren’t any ‘no park­ing’ signs along the small strip of land where Mr Opik parked, and from the mark­ings on the ground it could be an easy mis­take for a vis­i­tor to think it is a marked bay.

The Bri­tish Park­ing As­so­ci­a­tion said: “As a gen­eral rule it’s com­mon sense to park in a des­ig­nated bay and com­mon sense to mark the car park out cor­rectly to en­sure mo­torists are clear about what is a des­ig­nated bay.”

Both Park­ing Tick­et­ing Ltd and Quad­rant Es­tates were con­tacted for com­ment on the story, but had not re­sponded as the Ken­tish Ex­press went to press .yes­ter­day (Wed­nes­day).

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