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Topic # 231989 24-Mar-2018 11:37
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Hi all,

 

I have a question that i couldn't google the answer for myself.

 

If a car is parked with a front or back bumper outside the space marked by a white line but the wheels are still withing the boundary, is it a violation of any parking rule? Can a ticket be issues or car towed away?

 

 


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  Reply # 1982528 24-Mar-2018 12:34
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May depend on the local authority. Wellington parking enforcement go on wheel position. That can be a nuisance when some old Yank aircraft carrier has its overhang blocking you in.

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  Reply # 1983406 26-Mar-2018 13:11
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But if the bumper of said tank is overhanging a driveway and 'impeding access', then you can be fined for that.  Even if that driveway has a tree growing thru it so you can't get a car in there anyway, as I found out a few years ago.


 
 
 
 


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Reply # 1983408 26-Mar-2018 13:17
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CJC: ..., as I found out a few years ago. 

 

yell Expensive lesson?


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