[Talk-GB] Front paths
jpennycook at bcs.org.uk
Tue Dec 29 20:25:03 UTC 2020
I think you only get fined in London. Out here, where there are no by-laws
about pavement parking, you can store a motor vehicle on a pavement, you
just can't drive it there.
On Tue, 29 Dec 2020, 19:09 Andrew Black, <andrew at black1.org.uk> wrote:
> On 29/12/2020 18:08, Jon Pennycook wrote:
> > "sidewalk" would be what people call pavements, ie footways alongside
> > a road maintained by the same people (council, developer, or
> > management company) as the road. If it's like the path leading from my
> > front door to my driveway, I wouldn't call it a sidewalk.
> British driver: Where can I park
> US Policeman : on the pavement
> British driver parks on the pavement and gets fined for parking on the
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