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Old 05 December 2013, 16:31   #11
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Great source of info here PePiPoo: Helping the motorist to get justice

Get the ticket and letter scanned, taking out all personal details, then load to their site, Just as likely not to conform to rules, likewise get images of road signs in case they dont conform- Most dont if you actually check.

I challenged a bus lane ticket and won
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they were but it seems they are not now, i think we have just found out why check your car if after about 2002 no PLG
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Yup! I'd fight it, because it's reasonable. But hey! That's me
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Was ticket issued by parking attendants? By using a camera?

Either way likely to be incorrect. Camera may not have enough signs up, or even not authorised for traffic enforcement.

As I say put all on Pepitoo
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Had a friend same situation as you went to court was winning case until judge asked for insurance docs turned out insurance didn't cover business use or carrage of goods
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Same here Dave wife's ticket was 75 and then went up to 150 but we stuck it out took a couple of months
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I have taken some poor google screen shots and a screen shot of some parking definition from gov site, so will post them, the ticket was issued by council.
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White dotted lines on the road with LOADING BAY wording and a small sign plate on an 8 foot saying goods loading bay 30mins
The sign usually says "Goods Vehicles Loading Only" to indicate a Bay reserved for loading and unloading by goods vehicles only during the time shown.

A sign saying "Goods Loading Bay" as you describe is ambiguous and doesn't appear to dictate a type of vehicle. Might be worth checking and taking a picture of the sign.

Edit, never mind I see you have posted a picture!
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Yes you are correct you might be able to see the sign i just checked Google maps, bit blurred but readable
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