Parking regulations

Parking Contraventions

Code Description Penalty amount
70 Parked in a loading place or bay during restricted hours without loading £70
71 Parked in an electric vehicle charging place during restricted hours without charging £70
73 Parked without payment of the parking charge £50
74 Using a vehicle in a parking place in connection with the sale or offering or exposing for sale of goods when prohibited £70
78 Parked wholly or partly in a suspended bay or space £70
80 Parked for longer than permitted £50
81 Parked in a restricted area in an off-street car park or housing estate £70
82 Parked after the expiry of paid for time £50
83 Parked in a car park without clearly displaying a valid pay and display ticket or voucher or parking clock £50
84 Parked with payment made to extend the stay beyond initial time £50
85 Parked without a valid virtual permit or clearly displaying a valid physical permit where required £70
86 Not parked correctly within the markings of a bay or space £50
87 Parked in a designated disabled person’s parking place without displaying a valid disabled person’s badge in the prescribed manner £70
89 Vehicle parked exceeds maximum weight or height or length permitted £70
90 Re-parked in the same car park within one hour after leaving £50
91 Parked in a car park or area not designated for that class of vehicle £70
92 Parked causing an obstruction £70
93 Parked in car park when closed £50
94 Parked in a pay and display car park without clearly displaying two valid pay and display tickets when required £50
95 Parked in a parking place for a purpose other than that designated £50
96 Parked with engine running where prohibited £50

Traffic Management Act 2004 - Statutory Instruments/Regulations

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