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On 30 Oct 2012 at 9:37am Webbo wrote:
In the light of LDC/NCP not being able to successfully defend a ticket that slips off your dashboard, I have created a Successful Parking Appeals page.

If you have a story of a successful appeal please let us know so we can all benefit from the info.

You can either use the contact page or just add to this thread.

Check it out here »
 
 
On 30 Oct 2012 at 10:12am Eh?? wrote:
Be good if it worked webbo, not on iPhone anyway
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On 30 Oct 2012 at 6:21pm Rookie wrote:
I had a pleasant surprise yesterday. I put my money in the meter in Valence Road and it fell straight through to reject. Before I could try again I noticed it had registered and I was able to take my 60p ticket for free. Thanks NCP. I will use you again.
 
 
On 31 Oct 2012 at 8:34am Fairmeadow wrote:
I suspect people who have a reasonable case, albeit a technical infringement (ticket blew off windscree into footwell; signage unclear, emergency situation, etc) are more likely to be successful at the previous step. The parking office will always dismiss your claim; East Sussex county council will almost always dismiss your first appeal to them; but if you then make it clear that you intend to go to the independent tribunal they are quite likely to decide not to bother to press on with the fine. The percentage of cases taken to tribunal that they then lose is a number that the scheme is assessed against (and appears in a national league table), so they have an incentive only to push on with cases they are pretty sure they will win, when presented to real, sensible, tribunal members.


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