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Parking Eye North Tyneside General Hospital
edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Parking Tickets, Fines & Parking
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I had to attend North Tyneside General Hospital's A & E department recently after severely injuring my thumb. I paid for 3 hours parking but ended up spending 3 hours 47 mins in hospital. When leaving I tried to add the extra time on but the machine wouldn't accept my money. Tired and stressed I gave it up as a lost cause and left. Now I've received a Parking Charge notice from Parking Eye wanting £40 within 14 days (this ends in the next few days) or else it will rise to £70. Do I have any grounds for an appeal? Do I contact the hospital or Parking Eye themselves? I've read conflicting reports ranging from ignoring them to not releasing any personal information to them, what's the best course of action? Any help would be greatly appreciated as I can't afford to pay this ridiculous 'fine/charge'!
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