ChatterBank6 mins ago
Hypothetical Parking Question
OK as we know it is now illegal to imobilise, or tow a vehicle parked on private land. Does blocking in count as immobilising? More to the point, if I come home from work and find a strange car in my drive, what can I legally do about it? Ok I see why this is necessary, of bully boy clampers and sharp practices but now surely it has swung the other way where all and sundry can park where they like!
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If someone or persons park a vehicle on your private property it does is I'm not mistaken class as trespassing. Technically as this vehical is on your property should you be using your hedge cutters near to the driveway and accidently slip and momenterally scrape said hedgecutters down said car it really wouldn't be an issue *nudge nudge* *wink wink*
I'm tired of trying to make this look legit. I'm not mincing my words anymore. Just smash the bastards car up and make it look like an accident. If you're feeling nice give him a warning first. Maybe "look pal if you park on my drive again I'm going to make sure your bang up, old, cheap, pile of rubbish - of a car isn't going to be worth trading in for a hobknob.