Tesco to fine shoppers for wrongly parking in disabled and parent and child bays

Tesco to fine shoppers for wrongly parking in disabled and parent and child bays
 

Supermarket giant Tesco has announced it will fine drivers as much as £70 for wrongly parking in bays designed for disabled people, or parents and children, at its stores.
The move will see staff armed with a special smartphone app to take pictures of vehicles parked in disabled bays without blue badges or incorrectly using spaces designated for parents with children under 12.
It represents Tesco's first-ever enforcement action against those who break the rules. All the evidence collected will be sent to Horizon Parking.
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9 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 39
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