County court claim for PCN from UKPC
3. The Defendant's vehicle was parked in the car park for the purposes of the driver to utilise the shopping facilities on site. The Defendant's vehicle was parked in a 'Parent and Child' bay which has a significant additional space between parking spaces to facilitate the easy entry and exit to the vehicle of young children. The front driver's side wheel is seen to be sitting on the line at the time of the event. The position of the car does not prevent any other driver from accessing any car parking spaces or from accessing any other part of the car park, nor does it prevent the adjacent driver from accessing their car with or without a small child as ample room remains between the vehicles. The signs within the car park are not easily visible and are populated with an incredibly small font size. Where the space in question is positioned within the car park there is no additional space demarcated on the passenger side to allow easy entry and exit for a small child, it is therefore necessary to park further over towards the driver's side should your young child be seated on the passenger side.
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Many thanks for any help or advice. I have about two weeks to submit my defence.
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