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Hi yes i accept the responsibility of parking there
Hi there was double yellow lines on the road next to where my car was but I was not parked on them. There are no signs except for loading and unloading. The ticket was issued by the council, my local council is Lancashire County Council. I can attach a photo if that would help?
so if I was to challenge this, my best option is to ask why the council issued the ticket and not the police for obstruction, wrong contravention code and no signs regarding parking on the footpath?
hi so by best chances is with no sign about parking on the drop kerb footpath
Ok it mite be just me but what should i writing to them
hi am starting to can most off this so far, but were you are saying about rtra that it should be sign to say if you can park there, but you look at section 6 it about speed limits
all i want is answer that i understand , when i go read it there stuff in there that i dont need to no, and some stuff dose not make sences, my lass qeustion i ask was about rtra 1989 section 6 about trafic sign about parking, but you look at that on the web site it about speed limits
I DONT NO WHICH BIT, ALL OR JUST PART OF IT
HOW HARD IS IT TO SAY WHICH BIT I NEED TO PUT DOWN, IT WONT BE ALL OF THE ABOVE WILL IT
Ok thank you, so I am going to say it not clear engoth if you can park there, and they should have some sort of sign up saying what the parking rections are in place
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