ozrider wrote:neverclimbed32 wrote:Stop bitchin and be proactive. Order some stickers from
and make sure your four wheeled friends know they pissed you off.
Great idea, however....
Under our laws you would likely be charged with damaging property or something equally ridiculous.
Mate of mine owned a security company a while back and was instructed to put stickers on illegally parked cars in an office building carpark, he nearly lost his business and a lot more as technically he was damaging property (someone in the building threatened a class action with 20 or so people that had also had stickers applied...)
We live in a can't win society
Niggle wrote:...I reckon we should start a Melbourne / Aussie one like this
lekoshe wrote:From the dictionary:
Bike Lane, noun. An optional strip of poorly maintained tarmac between the highway and the verge suitable for: 1. the storage of debris (especially sand, broken glass and organic matter) 2. overflow parking 3. testing of pothole designs 4. experimentation with unusually rough road surfaces. Definition (C) Copyright VicRoads 1989 - 2011.
Allez Allez wrote:I can't see that far. Been meaning to book an optometrist appointment since turning 40.Canuck wrote:There are signs there saying 'Parking in bays only' - looks to be the bottom sign?
Allez Allez wrote:I'm not really familiar with parking restrictions on that road but that doesn't look right. The parking sign looks like the car is parked legally so long as its not in the time it's a clearway.
GreenAlias wrote:On the way home from Ausbike on Sunday found this car parked on cycle lane - Albert Street, East Melbourne
To whom should I send this photo?
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