Discussion in 'Gravel Trap' started by Greenlantern101, Aug 14, 2012.
nope its fine.
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There is a certain Health Secretary that I would like to try a bit of surgery on....
(Also where has the Ask CTA thread gone?)
It was a Q & A session with fans of his. In response to a question where he was asked about the kind of everyday difficulties his 7-foot-plus height exposed him to he said he had to have the front-seat of his car removed, so he could drive it from the back-seat.
Would that not affect the road-legality of the car?
First of all, sorry for being away for a long time! I just tend to be a lurker now as I'm too busy to post and don't have much input anymore!
I was looking for some help, as you know I'm from Scotland, but I recently went down to Birmingham and received a Parking Charge Notice from ce-service as supposedly I parked in a hotel for too long even though I paid for 24 hours parking and left before those 24 hours have expired.
As I have been super busy I've been unable to look into this much, however the notice is charge is from 08/06/2017 and came through the issue date was 05/07/2017. I know in Scotland for Parking charges from private companies you can ignore them and bin them.
The laws in England however are a little different, can anyone advise how to go about this? Can you ignore these charges that they fling at you with "threatening letters" or is some sort action needing done?
Any advise would be appreciated, and yes I did miss you all even if you didn't miss me
This may answer all your questions and it's a pretty reliable source.
Private unfair parking tickets: how to fight unfair charges - MSE
These companies get paid for running the business, excess charges are a bonus; in my case I was prepared to the company whose venue I was attending detailing how much I had spent there and pointing out how much per year the venue would lose from my absence in future. But it never came to that.
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