Parking News Articles
Motorists in Worthing are spending thousands of pounds each month paying parking fines, it has been reported.
According to the Argus, statistics made available under the Freedom of Information Act show that council bosses are making £200,000 per month out of the notices.
The amount of money paid out by motorists in Worthing for parking fines will top £1 million by the end of the year, it has been reported.
According to Horsham Today, £840,000 has been collected since a new scheme was brought in nine months ago.
Drivers could save a significant amount of money by taking part in car-sharing schemes, it has been claimed.
According to the Royal Automobile Club Foundation (RACF), 71 per cent of the 25 million daily UK commuters drive to work.
Fewer parking fines have been issued to drivers in Norwich over the last 12 months compared to last year, it has been reported.
According to the Norwich Evening News, there were some 3,500 fewer tickets handed to motorists from April 1st 2007 to March 31st 2008.
Police officers in Huntingdon have warned drivers to ensure that their parking is adequate if they wish to avoid punishment.
According to the Hunts Post, this follows an incident in which a fire engine could not reach its destination due to poor parking.
Police officers in Glasgow are to crack down on motorists who break the speed limit close to local schools, it has been reported.
Bus drivers in Marlow have been causing major congestion by parking their buses in a busy thoroughfare, according to reports.
Motorists in Leeds who are parking poorly on the city's roads are to be targeted by police in the area, according to a local news source.
Motorists in Hucknall have been warned to stop parking illegally as a new crackdown against the crime begins, it has been reported.
According to Hucknall Today, drivers in the region will be monitored by 20 new wardens from Monday May 12th.
A new initiative in order to curb the bad behaviour of some motorbike riders in Kent has been set up by the local police force, according to a local news source.