I went to the bank to get DH a bankers draft for his car and parked on a single yellow line that I thought you could park on for an hour. I got the cheque and then thought i'll trot off to Sainsburys for some bread and popped into the travel agents as I was passing and when I came out of the shops my car was on the transporter
I explained that I was on the line and the bloke said 'that won't wash with me luv, you can't park here between 8 and 6' And then a load of passersby started having a go at him as I was stood there with my nearly 4 year old DS and my baby and they were saying 'come on, she's got the kids' and DS said 'naughty, naughty, naughty man' to the man.
I was even offered a lift to the pound to get the car which was nice but I walked to DHs office and his partners girlfriend took me. What really PMO was car towing bloke wouldn't let me get the kids car seats out the car.
So I spent £135 on absolutely nothing today (which I know was my fault but it was unintentional, I have never had a parking ticket before and I really would not have parked there if I had known as there was an NCP opposite).
how annoying. Glad you were able to get your car back quickly. Do they have no sympathy for people though. I know they have a job to do but is it really necessary to leave a mum and 2 young children stranded?
was that one of those signs that says P 8-6 and then the traffic warden informs you you CANT park there between those hours?
We got stung with one of those, but surely a P with a red line through it OR something other than the blue P thats usually means Parking shuld be on them
Got the bill, checked it, sent it back, sorry we are not sure this is quite right, they came back with, it most definitely is......so............. we paid it, and leggged it....they had overlooked two bottles of wine