Readers may have seen Mr Musatrd's tweet about Mr Audi and his pavement parking PCN. Mr Mustard was a bit busy when he told Mr Audi not to leave his car on the pavement, hadn't studied all the facts, didn't anticipate that Redbridge Council would have completely lashed up but the advice he gave that roads are for cars and pavements are for pedestrians was generally sound. He told Mr Audi not to put his wheels on the pavement unless there were marked bays. He has now had to add 'or signs'.
Here are all the blue footway parking allowed signs on Mr Audi's side of Barley Lane.
This is the sign as it appears in the law
One option is the traffic warden is new and missed the signs.
More likely in Mr Mustard's opinion is that the traffic warden thought the cars were too far onto the pavement due to the layout, you see tarmac at the kerb rather than slabs. When called to out of the window the traffic warden sped off on his scooter and didn't ticket numerous other cars which were similarly parked.
Unfortunately, three motorists have now been put to the trouble of making challenges on line and Mr Mustard has drafted a complaint about the traffic warden.
If pavement parking is permitted where you are, please leave ample room for a wheelchair to get by.