New ServicesRedbridge motorists can view photos of their offence on council website

Redbridge motorists can view photos of their offence on council website

The Redbridge Council now gives motorists who have been issued a parking ticket the option to visit the council website and view photographic evidence of their offence.

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“The council believes that this will help motorists understand why a ticket was issued”

The Redbridge Council now gives motorists who have been issued a parking ticket the option to visit the council website, enter their parking ticket number and vehicle registration and view photographic evidence of their offence.

According to a council spokesman: “The council believes that this will help motorists understand why a ticket was issued and allow them to have a better understanding of the evidence against them before they decide whether to appeal the penalty.”

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