To Battle! ... 25 Parking Tickets Beaten ... Now for 26, 27 & 28.

Tomorrow l am accompanying Zaphod to court to fight another batch of parking tickets. l don't know what the number is now but l think it's 27 or 28. Zaphod will have to tell you the correct figure.

As with the UKBA, we have not lost. That's right, we have won all the battles against parking tickets ... period! Tomorrow l expect the same result.

To be fair, it's Zaphod who takes the laurels for this as even if a ticket gets put on my Merc ... he takes it and fights it.

"The Spartans do not inquire how many the enemy are, but where they are." AGIS II 427 B.C."


  1. UKBA and parking tickets!!!! we are not worthy! kudos!

  2. You'll have to let us know how you successfully beat the parking tickets.

    I refuse to pay any parking charges at all in my local town as the council theives already steal far more than they are worth in council tax. The current parking regime is outsourced to a private company so I suspect that maybe one tack to take.

    Next time I get a parking ticket, I am going to ask to whom the land I was parked on belongs and either a) make reparation directly to the owner, or b) if the land belongs to the council it also belongs to the council taxpayers and therefore no chanrge should be levied.

    Worth a shot.

  3. Can you share some examples with us, so that we may learn. I beat a parking ticket once on the grounds I didn't have any change, and when I got some, the drones wouldn't let me buy a ticket. It went to an adudicator who found in my favour.

  4. Zaphod,I want to hear all gory details. Write it up properly you tofu chewing reprobate! :P

  5. Here you go, watch this fella and how he beats parking tickets

  6. Anon 13.58

    yeah he lets them take his 300 quid wheels! lol.


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