Common reasons for a ticket or fine
The contravention code on your parking ticket lets you know why you received it. Here are some common examples:
|Parked on a length of yellow line and loading activities were not observed.
|Vehicle was parked at a length of yellow line with kerb markings when waiting is not allowed.
|Purchased parking time had expired.
|More parking time was purchased, after the maximum stay had been reached and the vehicle had not moved.
|Parked without payment of the parking charge.
|Parked in a permit space without displaying a valid permit.
|Parking in a loading gap marked by a yellow line.
|The vehicle was re-parked in the same place within the no return period.
|The vehicle was not parked correctly within the bay markings.
|Staying for longer than allowed in a free parking place.
|Vehicle was parked in a disabled parking place without displaying a valid disabled blue badge.
|Vehicle was parked in a bus stop.
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