News Bits And Pieces

Sunday, 4. August 2013

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Bits & Pieces: Boris has set up a task force in London to carry out road improvements. A budget of £30 million was announced by the task force when they unveiled their plans which included more 20mph zones, proposals to improve cycling routes plus more travel at off-peak times.

If you’re reading this Boris I don’t suppose you could bung a few quid in the direction of West Sussex in order to fill a few bloody potholes could you? I’ll take that as a no then!

According to Home Secretary, William Hague, foreign diplomats and embassies owe more than £68.6 million in unpaid parking fines, congestion charges and business rates. Apparently the biggest culprits are the Americans, with unpaid fines of £7.2 million. I have to say William – your debt collection is shit! If you need a hand I know a couple of gentlemen that know their way around a baseball bat if you get my drift.

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Ever had a row with your neighbour? If you have it is most likely to have been about parking, as according to the AA (not the group who like a drink or two) fall outs between neighbours, in the majority of cases, are over parking.

In a third of all quarrels investigated they turned out to be over a blocked access or driveway or parking outside a neighbour’s home. For goodness sake sort your lives out! Good grief! Do you have a little receptacle in your car into which you drop your loose change for use when parking?

If you don’t, you should! It would seem that a staggering £1.3 billion is wasted every year by drivers who don’t have the correct money when they pay for parking at the pay and display ticket machines.

The study, carried out by Direct Line, found that drivers overpaid on average by £2.19 per week or £113 wasted each year. All for the sake of throwing your loose change in a pot in the car!

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