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RobKeay



Member Since: 19 Jul 2009
Location: Stafford
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United Kingdom 2014 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 USW Corris Grey
No parking rules here
Post #983188 21st Feb 2023 9:47am
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Moo



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Ukraine 
Rolling Eyes Probably a previous BMW driver. Laughing
Post #983200 21st Feb 2023 10:42am
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RobKeay



Member Since: 19 Jul 2009
Location: Stafford
Posts: 1568

United Kingdom 2014 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 USW Corris Grey
Window is down so they can fill you in on the spec.
Post #983204 21st Feb 2023 11:25am
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Defender SVX



Member Since: 29 Jan 2009
Location: Co Durham
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Personally I’m sympathetic for a little “Clarkson parking” but that is blatant and could easily have been avoided by just using the available space to the O/S Rolling Eyes
Evil or Very Mad
It also appears to be one of those privately policed car parks with tin gods monitoring so a fine would hopefully be issued.

I now park that far away from the supermarket to avoid damage I need a taxi to the supermarket Rolling with laughter and when I get back there’s still a rusty Fiesta parked close beside Big Cry even when I take my rusty Fiesta Rolling with laughter

I witnessed someone “key” this guy’s car for similar reasons

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Post #983207 21st Feb 2023 11:42am
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Moo



Member Since: 01 Oct 2021
Location: Bath
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I just park my car in a space. Life's too short to worry about things. However, one of my pet hates is double space knob parking!
Post #983216 21st Feb 2023 1:26pm
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TexasRover



Member Since: 24 Nov 2022
Location: Paris
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France 2002 Defender 110 Td5 DCPU Chawton White
Defender SVX wrote:
Personally I’m sympathetic for a little “Clarkson parking” but that is blatant and could easily have been avoided by just using the available space to the O/S Rolling Eyes
Evil or Very Mad
It also appears to be one of those privately policed car parks with tin gods monitoring so a fine would hopefully be issued.

I now park that far away from the supermarket to avoid damage I need a taxi to the supermarket Rolling with laughter and when I get back there’s still a rusty Fiesta parked close beside Big Cry even when I take my rusty Fiesta Rolling with laughter

I witnessed someone “key” this guy’s car for similar reasons

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Post #983296 22nd Feb 2023 11:07am
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geobloke



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Moo wrote:
Rolling Eyes Probably a previous BMW driver. Laughing


No it is because the New Defender is so darned wide it only just fits between the white lines. Owners run the very real risk of not being able to get in to their vehicles as they cannot open the doors...

So this is just "defensive parking" Rolling with laughter Rolling with laughter
Post #983298 22nd Feb 2023 11:15am
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Defendit..



Member Since: 09 Aug 2020
Location: 's-Hertogenbosch
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Netherlands 
Don't do this in Oxford, I had to reposition the Defender whitin the lines. £ 100,- fine.



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Post #986388 22nd Mar 2023 10:02am
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markb110



Member Since: 22 May 2010
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England 2002 Defender 90 Td5 HT Epsom Green
One of my favourites.

Lets park as close to the other car as possible even though there is two lines between each parking space as well as hatched lines the other side



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giving the more expensive vehicle as much room as possible.. Rolling with laughter
Post #986410 22nd Mar 2023 3:41pm
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