Parking spaces widened after bigger cars get owners into a scrape

Parking spaces widened for bigger cars


Car parks are having to redesign the size of spaces to accommodate 4x4s as Britain’s love affair with big cars is causing an parking accidents...
Parking complaints soar as cameras ‘entrap’ motorists

Parking complaints soar as cameras ‘entrap’


Complaints over parking tickets have soared by more than 50 per cent in a year after a surge in the number of car parks monitored by automatic nu
Angled bays put a new slant on the perfect car park

Angled bays put a new slant on the perfect car par


When most people arrive in a full car park, they see a parking problem. When David Percy arrives in a full car park, he sees a geometry problem..
My parking ticket lists the wrong car — is it still enforceable?

My parking ticket lists the wrong car — is it still...


My parking ticket (issued on private land when I thought it was free to park) lists the wrong model and number. The car is on film. Is the ticket...
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Top 10 most-read Driving.co.uk articles of 2015


The diversity of the most read articles in 2015 reflect a thoughtful and engaged Sunday Times Driving audience...
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Trial for sensors that alert wardens to illegal parking


Traffic wardens are to test technology that will finally give them the upper hand when it comes to ticketing drivers
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Local authority parking charge profits surge to record...


Councils are making record profits from parking charges, new figures reveal...
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Parking company stripped of power to enforce tickets...


Hundreds of car parks across Britain could descend into a free-for-all after the effective shutdown of one of Britain’s biggest parking companies
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Letters of the week: September 13


This week: road tax, parking, numberplates, bus lanes, cyclists, head-up displays, sat nav speed displays, "fusty" Jags, Mazda brakes and motorway...
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The rise of 24-hour parking restrictions


One borough’s plans to impose 24-hour parking restrictions have been criticised as a money-making scheme and spell trouble for drivers and businesses...
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Kindle-style E Ink traffic signs introduced in Sydney


A new type of traffic sign that uses the same digital display technology as found in e-readers, such as the Amazon Kindle, has been launched in Sydney...
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What the political parties have in store for motorists...


Voting blocs don’t come much bigger than drivers. There are 35m motorists in Britain, and they contribute £58bn to the Treasury each year in taxes