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johnjames
Where we live te blighters ride around on mopeds and seem to think they own the road. They drive down the road on the wrong side looking at permits as they go along.
This morning one of them was in the bays and on thr right side of the road then pulled out nearly into the side of my car! I spotted him in time and sounded my horn which because he was not paying attention made him jump!
I am going to report this to the Police as it is a regular occurance not just once but regardless they should not be riding and looking at Permits as they do so.
What they should be doing is parking up then walking down the street.
Do you agree? If the Police cannot be bothered what do you think the next step is?
Now I dontsuppose the Council mind as the quicker they get around the more tickets they get!
Please post any suggest or PM me regards JJ
andy_foster
<cough>bullbars</cough>
DW190
QUOTE (johnjames @ Mon, 24 Jul 2006 - 16:15) *
I spotted him in time and sounded my horn which because he was not paying attention made him jump!


Next time keep quiet and you may just get him. wink.gif
Teufel
i am sure that parking attendants must wear their full uniform including hat to issue valid tickets

(can anyone help on the specific regulations or any cases ?)

is a crash helmet a uniform ?
Sickpup
QUOTE (dominicp @ Mon, 24 Jul 2006 - 22:45) *
is a crash helmet a uniform ?


Yes if it is supplied by the company.

I used to run a courier company in Redchurch St E2. Its a one way street. The moped riding inspectors used to ride the wrong way up it until one hit an MPV and a complaint was made.

They used to justify it by saying my couriers were illegally parked and if they went round the one way system the couriers would get away.
Teufel
so they must be wearing either their helmet or a hat
but bareheaded is not ok ?
MartinHP71
QUOTE (dominicp @ Mon, 24 Jul 2006 - 23:25) *
so they must be wearing either their helmet or a hat
but bareheaded is not ok ?


Bareheaded is definately not allowed.
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