Now theres a claim to fame, she had quite a few funny stories to tell including booking the Chief Constable who parked on yellow lines (and yes she did know whos car it was but believed fair was fair and he wasn't on official business anyway) and a local shop owner she booked 3 times in one day for the same thing, but sadly since it was so long ago there was no video. Oh she also booked 2 of her brothers as well at different times, one got a warning as she saw him park but he didn't believe she would give him a ticket, but she did.
"What part of 'no parking on a yellow line' do people find so hard to understand?"
In my case, I have to stop to deliver items. Traffic wardens will only allow continuous unloading, i.e they see you at the vehicle passing the goods to someone else.
In the last instance, I had to take the goods into the hospital, wait for the lift, find the ward, get through the door entry system, clean my hands with gel and then find the correct person to hand the goods to and then make my return trip to the vehicle. Time taken, around 15 minutes.
I understand the rule, but can't do much about it if I am to achieve a reasonable work rate.
"Without parking management, there would be anarchy." We have a part time warden, 2 or 3 days a week, the town doesn't come to a grinding halt on the days she isnt here if anything life for drivers and pedestrians is a lot easier.