Another nice little earner for our Parking Services Department on Central 12

Local motorists and shoppers are being warned that if you put the wrong half of their Pay and Display ticket from a machine on Central 12, it will result in you receiving a parking ticket!

When you purchase a ticket, it comes in two half’s. The tear it in two, you put the first section in your windscreen, the other half will be redeemed at the likes of Asda if you spend over £5-00.

A number of shoppers have accidently placed the wrong section in their windscreen, then only found out when they handed the other section in at Asda.

Upon returning to their vehicles, they found they had received a ticket for falling to display the right section of the right half.

The wardens say that these are the rules.

Submit News

Contact us with your community, business or sport news. Phone 07930717137   Email ots@otsnews.co.uk   Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news

Breaking local news as it happens, searchable archives with photographs, the ability to instantly comment on news articles – there are so many advantages to OTS (Onthespot) News.

If you want your news read locally online then send it to ots@otsnews.co.uk – relying only on the newspaper is to restrict yourself to an ever reducing audience.

Onthespot – your online reporter www.onthespotnews.co.uk Do you have a story to tell?   Call OTS   www.callots.co.uk

Please text or phone 07930717137 or email ots@otsnews.co.uk

Follow OTS (Onthespot) on Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news

Comments

comments

SHARE
Previous articleSouthport & District Snooker League Results
Next articleRTC Scarisbrick New Road Southport

Submit News Contact us with your community, business or sport news.

Phone: 07581350321

Email: ots@otsnews.co.uk

Breaking local news as it happens, searchable archives with photographs, the ability to instantly comment on news articles – there are so many advantages to OTS (Onthespot) News.

If you want your news read locally online then send it to ots@otsnews.co.uk– relying only on the newspaper is to restrict yourself to an ever reducing audience.