Brighton and Hove parking meters reject new coins From The Argus Although the new coins don't look different, they are made of nickel plated steel and are both 10% thicker a difference of just 0.
17 millimetres on the 5p. A Treasury insider told The Argus that councils had been warned far in advance of the change and advised to re calibrate their machines. He added: "There is really no excuse." "They make it far too hard for drivers to pay. If you don't have the correct change then you have no option but to put even more in and their machines don't give out change. It's madness." Adam Chinery, the owner of Brighton Watersports in Kings Road Arches, has spoken out against the council's parking charge policy in the past. He said: "How many other ways does oakley wire the council want to turn away business in Brighton?" Solicitor David Richards, who specialises in motoring law, said that council parking rules tended to be very technical, making them hard to argue against. He added: "As a result there is no straightforward way in which to appeal a fine for not having the right coins. "However, it is possible that the parking adjudicator will decide in the motorist's favour on the grounds of fairness." A council spokesman said: "Our parking machines do not accept the new 5p and 10p coins. "We took this into account when setting the new tariffs we've brought in, with the result that all our tariffs can now be paid without having oakley sunglasses on clearance to use the new coins. "We have put notices on all our machines asking people not to use the new coins, and we will be replacing oakley sunglasses usa the redundant coin slots as shop oakley and when individual machines need servicing. "We're also looking to make things easier for residents by introducing more cashless payment options for parking, such as by card or by phone, over the next year or so.".
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