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Stunned driver says she has ‘no right’ to park on her PRIVATE STREET as noted by angry neighbor

A STUNNED driver was told by an angry neighbor she had “no right” to park on her street.

The unnamed driver, who lives in Scotland, was parked “six blocks” from her driveway.

A Scottish woman was left baffled after finding a passive-aggressive note on her car - after she parked it on her street

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A Scottish woman was left baffled after finding a passive-aggressive note on her car – after she parked it on her streetCredit: Facebook

But just a few hours later, she returned to find an angry note from the “vehicle police” demanding that the vehicle be removed.

The person who wrote the letter said they took pictures of the vehicle “as evidence” during the passive-aggressive explosion.

Pictures of the note have now been posted on social media.

It read: “This vehicle has been left in a crossroads.

“Vehicle is obstructing and is parked in one or more of the following reckless or illegal ways – on the sidewalk, too close to a junction, or too close to a driveway – and has been photographed for evidence .

“Inhabitants of [the street] have easy access and exit to their own driveway.

‘DO NOT BRING’

“If you don’t live in this part of the [the street] you have absolutely no right to park your car here.

“Please unload your vehicle before the match on January 4, 2022.

“Or its presence will be reported to the relevant authorities and ask to raise and stop it.”

The note was signed by hand: “Don’t take it home.”

Share notes on Facebook, the shocked driver said: “The car police went on strike again.

“Parked about six blocks from my house for one night because I couldn’t park outside my house.

“Some people need to get out more.”

Who wrote the letter may be more angry to find out there is absolutely no law against parking properly on the street.

LAW ON PARKING

It is not illegal to park a car outside anyone’s home, unless there is a dedicated parking space there.

And though it may be tempting, Nor are residents allowed to save ‘their’ space with a plastic cone.

Leave anything on the way may be classed as obstruction and unlawful unless authorized by the board.

As long as a street is not regulated by a resident’s parking permit, any member of the public can park there – as long as they comply with restrictions and do not cause obstacles.

If the street uses a permit, anyone with the appropriate permit can park anywhere in the relevant area.

There’s also no rule about how long someone can stay in the same spot, unless the police think the vehicle has been abandoned.

However, if someone is blocking the driveway, or their wheels on the curb have fallen, they are committing a parking crime.

A spokesman for the Citizens Advice Bureau said: “You have no right to automatically park your car right outside your home or prevent others from doing so, unless street parking is prohibited or by local authorities. reserved space for specific residents.

“For example, someone with a blue badge can have a designated parking space.”

Angry letter writers are sure to be angry when they learn there is no good reason for their letter

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Angry letter writers are sure to be angry when they learn there is no good reason for their letterCredit: PA: Press Association
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