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Ultimate Geek

# 251729 9-Jul-2019 11:42
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Hi All,


I'm having a problem with a refrigerated truck that has recently started parking across the road from my house, leaving its refrigeration motor running for long periods.  My understanding is that there's not much can be done; even though this is a residential area there's no parking restrictions etc.


When I called the police to try and see if there's any way we can contact the owner of the truck, the only suggestion they had was to look on CarJam.  Looked it up and as expected there is no information on who might own the truck, but what shocked me is that the photo on CarJam is of this exact truck, parked outside my house last week!  Can anyone provide info on how Carjam gets these photos?  

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Ultimate Geek

  # 2277846 16-Jul-2019 17:52
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Hi guys just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for their advice here. There have been some developments and I'm glad to say that the truck has not been there for the past few week days.


1 - I spoke to the truck driver. I saw which neighbouring property he went into and thought a quick chat might be the simplest solution. There was a bit of a language barrier but he was nice and I think he got the message.


2 - I also posted in a community group on facebook and it seems it was seen by someone in the industry who advised they would also have words with the truck driver.




All in all a happy ending - happy for this thread to be closed off now.  Thanks again

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