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  • 1.Pay the fine

    5 33.33%
  • 2. Ignore and they take you to court for the charge and more!

    1 6.67%
  • 3. Ignore in the hope they cannot make you pay

    3 20.00%
  • 4. Don't know

    0 0%
  • 5. Something else

    3 20.00%
  • 6. Blow the Supermarket up

    3 20.00%
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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    Hope you get it sorted hun! That's a silly fee!

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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tamz
    Hope you get it sorted hun! That's a silly fee!
    Thanks

    Absolutely extortionate when the car could have parked in the council run car park all day for £10. The council run car park is managed by the same company would you believe!

    So for £70 the car could have been left all day in the council car park and a taxi taken to the super market there and back for £10 and you'd have £50 to top up your fuel and buy food

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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    I,d just write them a letter saying your brother parked the car there,make up an address in Texas and say he,s now gone back home,




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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    If you promise not to keep going on about it could have whip round and pay the fekin fine for you!!!!

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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by blade
    I,d just write them a letter saying your brother parked the car there,make up an address in Texas and say he,s now gone back home,

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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by rainman
    If you promise not to keep going on about it could have whip round and pay the fekin fine for you!!!!


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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    You know I was just teasing , sadly it's a curse I've had to bear for too many years.

    If their actually talking to you about it, then you may well be in with a shout, share any good news with us and if it goes tits, come back with a rant to get it out your system.

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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by rainman
    You know I was just teasing , sadly it's a curse I've had to bear for too many years.

    If their actually talking to you about it, then you may well be in with a shout, share any good news with us and if it goes tits, come back with a rant to get it out your system.
    I know

    Will share the good news if it all works out, just preparing the paperwork to post tomorrow

    When are we going to see you again or has your wife got you locked away in your new home?


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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    fair weather man... Don't mind getting cold but still too wet, can't believe how much crap and debris there is on the roads, drove to Rye and was bloody glad I was in the car TBO.

    Hoping this wind will dry things up a little and maybe take a quick scoot round and about on Sunday.

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    Re: £70 Parking Notification Charge - What Do You Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by rainman
    fair weather man... Don't mind getting cold but still too wet, can't believe how much crap and debris there is on the roads, drove to Rye and was bloody glad I was in the car TBO.

    Hoping this wind will dry things up a little and maybe take a quick scoot round and about on Sunday.


    Look forward to catching uo with you somewhere, sometime.

    Not seen your CB1300 yet

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