Fined for a slip of the finger? How to appeal if you are given a parking ticket for putting the wrong number plate

Motorists fined for tapping in the wrong registration plate number at parking machines are being told to fight back.
Last month, a 74-year-old great-grandmother from Portsmouth was fined £84 as a result of accidentally using the letter ‘O’ rather than digit ‘0’ at the ticket machine when typing in her registration number.
Despite paying the required £3 to use the private car park, she lost an appeal against the fine that she had lodged with the Parking on Private Land Appeals ombudsman.
Parking campaigner Barrie Segal, who runs website AppealNow, says: ‘If someone pays for a ticket, then it... read more

8 October 2016 in Business, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail

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