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Are there road signs indicating no parking also please?
I didnt see any , they maybe ferther down the road !
As for the repaired part of the road, how wide is that where the lines should be?
Its a good 3ft long by 2 ft
So it would have been reasonably obvious it had been repaired?
Oh and right next to the rear of my van
It looked like it was repair months ago , the tarmac is going grey so not jet black
But you can tell there are lines either side?
Were you parked on the repair or the unrepaired part?
Yes lines both sides , i was parked on old lines not on the repair 5 ft away from the repair
In that case you are unlikely to be able to contest this.
It would have been reasonably obvious it was a double yellow line
Even so the repaired part was just 3ft wide.
You could have seen the lines on the unrepaired part.
Further there are likely to be signs every so often saying there is no parking
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest
The repair part has no paint atall , it has never been painted
Yes I understand that.
But it is 3 feet wide. 1 meter.
It would have been obvious it is a repair.
You can try and contest it, but you are unlikely to win
The road surface does not have to be in a perfect condition
I am sorry
Can I clarify anything for you?
I am sorry its not better news.
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