Did I not already say this?
They can get it enforced through a court if they can prove it was that person who parked the vehicle.
At which point, I'm assuming you know that non payment of a due amount as ordered by a court can be acted upon accordingly (bayliff etc)
Anyone else know about this firm that try it on with the weekly shopper ?
It becomes illegal on the 1st of October.
You will see speculative invoicing of cars go through the roof.
Didn't know about this one. Been warned off a couple of times while waiting in a wagon on some industrial estates with parking restrictions. Thankfully they have given me benefit of the doubt first and given me time to bugger off before clamping but it does happen. So as from Oct 1 no more and it's back to parking where the **** i want then?