Tesco to start fining shoppers £70 who use parent and child car parking spaces
Tesco, which has three stores in Barrow, has revealed it will equip staff with smartphone apps to capture evidence of drivers flouting rules.
Staff at the supermarket will take pictures of cars parked in the spaces for people with Blue Badges or children under the age of 12.
The evidence will then be sent to a company, Horizon Parking, which will get the drivers' details from the DVLA and issue a £40 fine.
The fine could rise to £70 if it is not paid within 14 days.
The scheme has been trialed at 81 stores and will be rolled out at a further 200 in the coming weeks, according to... read more
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