Many private parking firms to spare drivers hefty fines for number-plate errors
Motorists who enter the wrong number-plate details when paying for private parking tickets will in many cases no longer be 'fined' the full amount
16 January 2020
Airports hike 'kiss and fly' drop-off charges – how to beat them
Eight major airports across the UK have upped the cost of dropping off passengers over the last year, a MoneySavingExpert investigation reveals - and one now charges a whopping £7 for a 10-minute drop-off. But at most airports it's possible to beat the fees and drop off for free if you know where to go - we've full airport-by-airport help below
1 July 2019
Private parking firms could hand out 6.5 million tickets this year
Almost six and a half million private parking tickets could be handed to UK drivers this financial year
20 August 2018
More than 1.7 million motorists' details handed over by the DVLA
Over 1.7 million motorists' details have been handed over to private parking firms by the DVLA in just three months
25 July 2017
Councils not providing info on appealing car parking fines – know your rights
Local authorities are not doing enough to highlight the appeals process to those slapped with parking fines
7 February 2017
20 tricks to drive down motoring costs
Tricks to bring rising motoring costs to a skidding halt, including beating increasing fuel costs & car insurance hikes
30 March 2016
Parking campaigner fails to challenge 'excessive' charge at Supreme Court
A motorist who mounted legal proceedings against a private parking firm has lost the case at The Supreme Court
4 November 2015
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Avoid £1,000 fine risk, can you get a year's car insurance for 96p, or at least a 'free' Kindle?
12 August 2015
Motorist takes landmark parking challenge to the Supreme Court
Today is 48-year-old Barry Beavis from Billericay's final chance to persuade judges to rule his fine as excessive
23 July 2015
Motorist takes parking charge challenge to highest UK court
A motorist who vowed to fight on after losing a private parking case has today filed appeal papers to the Supreme Court
3 June 2015
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