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Some residential areas which see a lot of through traffic, or which are near large public attractions, have visitor parking voucher schemes. If you live in one – perhaps you’re near your local football team’s home ground – you should be aware of how they work.
We suggest that you make sure you keep track of your vouchers; it’s always useful to know where they are, in case visiting guests coincide with a day where the vouchers are necessary. After all, you don’t want your visitors to face fines. Of course, if you’ve got a pattern imprinted concrete driveway for them to park on, this shouldn’t be a problem.
Of course, having your own parking can help free up space for guests. A pattern imprinted concrete driveway on your own property means one less car on the road, and more room for others in your neighbourhood to park their cars. Parking up on your own property eases the pressure for others around you. And, of course, it also means that your vehicle is safer; especially if you have fences and gates. There’s a reason that some insurers offer reductions for vehicles which are parked off-road; they’re more secure and less likely to be damaged by the way other people drive.
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5th January 2011