The bailiffs using spy cameras to snatch cars off the street for minor traffic fines

The bailiffs using spy cameras to snatch cars off the street for minor traffic fines


‘Certainly, I would save money, because motorists get fleeced. We all know driving is expensive — my council parking permit is more than £200 per year, then there’s the car tax, insurance, petrol etc.
At last, a police operator answered. Having told him about my missing car, he asked: ‘Are there any parking restrictions on your road?’ I told him there are but that I had the correct permit, an MoT, full insurance and a valid tax disc.
‘Oh,’ said the operator, who, had checked my number-plate with the DVLA. ‘Your car has been seized for an unpaid parking offence.’
I was mystified. I hadn’t got any parking tickets — and if I had, I would have paid straight away.
So I pressed a little further.’
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