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Thursday 24th October 2013
There is no denying that the pockets of British motorists have been hard pressed in recent years by rising fuel costs, bogus insurance claims artificially inflating premiums and road tax price hikes.

Wednesday 23rd October 2013
A parking ticket is usually more of a nuisance than a problem to most people and you can even get a discount if you pay early. However, what if you feel you were wrongly charged?

Thursday 29th August 2013
Across the country well over a million drivers are chased through the courts for minor parking fines every year. Many are summonsed and didn’t even know they had an infringement because they have moved house or bought a car with an outstanding ticket on it.

Wednesday 29th May 2013
Parking is a contentious issue in the UK. With everything from lurking parking wardens and CCTV to the cost of legitimate parking and fines for breaking the rules being discussed in family home up and down the country.

Thursday 15th November 2012
Parking is a touchy subject for some of the UK’s drivers according to a recent survey that questioned more than 20,000 men and women, by a leading polling company.

Wednesday 26th September 2012
Although there are some quite legitimate clamping firms out there who do a good business keeping the roads safe for the rest of us, there is no doubt that there are an equal number, if not more, of companies that are unscrupulous and will do almost anything to get their hands on your money.

Thursday 13th September 2012
If you park regularly in the centre of your home town you are likely to know all the best parking spots, the cheapest car parks and even those little back alleys that escape the eye of the traffic warden.

Tuesday 21st August 2012
Who wouldn’t want to save a little money on their car running costs? Probably most drivers in the UK. Now there is new technology coming through that will monitor how well we drive and could save us money on premiums.

Monday 9th July 2012

A recent report by the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) and the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) has blamed poor planning for the escalating problem of parking wars in some areas of the country.

Tuesday 20th September 2011

More than a fifth of all parking tickets – a total of over 1.4 million – were cancelled last year, the Commons Transport Select Committee has found. The committee described itself as "astounded" by the numbers torn up after they were challenged by irate drivers.

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