Parking Rage Sweeps UK As Drivers Struggle To Find Spaces

August 9, 2016

Parking rage is "sweeping" the United Kingdom and 3 million people spy on neighbours to safeguard room for their own vehicles, Privilege claimed. The insurer argued that parking rage is the “little-known relation of road rage”. People, therefore, get cross, frustrated, and vandalise cars in response to alleged poor parking.

Privilege suggested that 66% of adults say it is a "basic right" to park outside their home, so some mark spaces with cones. However, other drivers can – unless there are yellow lines or other restrictions to indicate otherwise – park at their convenience. Vehicles must not block driveways or cause safety issues, however.

 

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