Parking Charges

cowboy wheel clamping

Cowboy wheel clampers desperate to return

Oct 19, 2020Comments off

A push by private parking firms to bring back the cowboy wheel clamping and towing scourge that was banned in 20121 has been uncovered by

parking fine

UK councils lose at least £40.1M in parkin...

Sep 10, 2020Comments off

During lockdown (April 2020 to June 2020), UK council parking charge notice (PCN) income declined by a staggering £40,147,790.86 – a 70.8% decrease from the


Brits made £24m renting their driveways

Dec 19, 2019Comments off

Shrewd Brits made £24 million in 2019 by renting out their driveways and empty spaces to motorists needing somewhere to park according to YourParkingSpace. The

Petrol Station

Petrol stations: beware pricey parking tick...

Nov 28, 2019Comments off

Petrol price comparison site, PetrolPrices, has highlighted a new phenomenon on petrol stations – parking fines! Private parking firms are issuing steep fines to motorists

Private parking firms will dish out 8.6 mil...

Nov 07, 2019Comments off

Private parking firms are set to issue nearly two million more tickets in 2019/20 compared with the previous 12 months. Almost 8.6 million tickets could

Loading bay parking tickets cost UK van dri...

Aug 23, 2019Comments off

Van drivers in the UK have been hit with fines worth £1.7 million in the last three years for incorrectly parking or stopping in a

8 in 10 UK airports increased pick-up and d...

Aug 19, 2019Comments off

Three-quarters of UK airports have increased pick-up charges and more than a third have put up their drop-off fees for drivers in 2019. With the holiday season in

Careless turning could indicate a £5,000 f...

May 28, 2019Comments off

Drivers could put lives at risk and face a fine of up to £5,000 by failing to correctly indicate when turning near pedestrians. Aside from

The English Councils Making the Most Surplu...

Apr 04, 2019Comments off

Per the RAC Foundation, the total income from parking in England 2017-18 exceeded £1.6 BILLION; 5% higher than in 2016-17. But what about the surplus