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Parking fine - misleading signage
edited 5 June 2020 at 1:50PM in Parking Tickets, Fines & Parking
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Hi, I need advice on the following please. I'm based in Scotland. My car was parked in the empty car park of a small store at 6pm on a Sunday. The store closed at 5pm. The parking sign didn't state that any parking restrictions applied 24-7. After receiving a PCN for £60, I spoke to the management of the store advising them that their parking sign is misleading as it does not state that their parking restrictions apply 24-7, they did not take my concern onboard and were fairly unhelpful. I received a further PCN for £100 and after that a letter from ZZPS Ltd who had found my phone number and advised the issue is passed to QDR Solicitors. If anyone can advise the best way to take this forward. Many thanks