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Monday Parking Parking Monday Monday Thing

By Barcham - 9 September 2013 15

It’s time to reward last weeks top parkers, and in doing so make everything rainbows and happiness with positive reinforcement.

That’s a lie, it’s actually time to laugh at those who cannot or will not park properly, as is our tradition.

Send in your bad parking photos to images@the-riotact.com, be sure to include the word “parking” in your subject line and let us know what name you would like to be credited with.


1. Toby starts us off this week:

London Circuit, Friday afternoon. The Black Hyundai was there before I parked the Blue VW.

Park 1

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Monday Parking Parking Monday Monday Thing
Mike Bessenger 3:32 pm 11 Sep 13

Solidarity said :

I find it amusing that plate number 1 isn’t registered to something exotic and expensive… it’s registered to a postie bike.

There is two number 1 plates, the car version is on a Mercedes 210 which back in the day was probably considered exotic.

Solidarity 3:12 pm 11 Sep 13

I find it amusing that plate number 1 isn’t registered to something exotic and expensive… it’s registered to a postie bike.

LadyxBec 2:44 pm 11 Sep 13

beardedclam said :

NellyBean said :

beardedclam said :

#9 – how do you search the rego?

The rego.act website.

why would you search the rego?

In case you’re like me and can never remember when it expires? handly I just realised mine does next month.

Re: the new format – could we maybe have more than one per page? So much clicking is annoying.

busbooster 9:01 pm 10 Sep 13

And the winner this week is…#9 for driving such an massive douchemobile. Congratulations to David.

And for having an unregistered car. I thought the days of unregistered cars were over after the introduction of automatic number plate recognition?

Innovation 10:48 am 10 Sep 13

niftydog said :

beardedclam said :

#9 – how do you search the rego?

GIYF

How long has this been available for? This would have been really handy trying to track down the driver of the car that hit our car earlier this year. If you are the driver of the 2011 Silver Honda Jazz that hit our car, I hope you hang your head in shame and, especially, I hope that you don’t get away with it next time. (JB – I was tempted to post the rego number but I presume that’s not desirable).

Still don’t know how we would get the details of the owner/operator though – without having to go through insurance.

poetix 9:53 pm 09 Sep 13

IrishPete said :

err, that’ll be 10, not 9. This new format is confusing me.

IP

I can’t cope with the new format at all. My Spotto days are behind me!

IrishPete 8:27 pm 09 Sep 13

err, that’ll be 10, not 9. This new format is confusing me.

IP

Ello Vera 6:29 pm 09 Sep 13

#5 that’s where we all park when playing cricket at Deakin. You get there by leaving the road near the Brunei Embassy and driving over the grass. Simple.

Barcham 3:31 pm 09 Sep 13

beardedclam said :

NellyBean said :

beardedclam said :

#9 – how do you search the rego?

The rego.act website.

why would you search the rego?

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!

beardedclam 2:55 pm 09 Sep 13

NellyBean said :

beardedclam said :

#9 – how do you search the rego?

The rego.act website.

why would you search the rego?

NellyBean 2:15 pm 09 Sep 13

beardedclam said :

#9 – how do you search the rego?

The rego.act website.

niftydog 2:07 pm 09 Sep 13

beardedclam said :

#9 – how do you search the rego?

GIYF

beardedclam 12:48 pm 09 Sep 13

#9 – how do you search the rego?

Holden Caulfield 12:04 pm 09 Sep 13

Great effort everyone and thanks for the video at the end as well!

Aeek 11:54 am 09 Sep 13

#9 spotto

#12 if that is the guy getting out, maybe he needs the space to use the walking frame ?

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