In Wellington the parking is easy

Just a couple more parkers for you

Just a couple more parkers for you

4 cars parked across the entry/exit of a Wellington car park

First Security GEN984

NZ Couriers FZS392 and EMR655

and Heritage Tiles (sorry couldn’t get rego)

I guess it’s ok to park on broken yellow lines if your tyres are on the black bits!

Perhaps if I had a scooter I wouldn’t have had to wait since the NZ Couriers were kind enough to leave a gap between their cars

Oh, and 3 of the 4 had their hazard lights on to make highlight their disregard for others


BTW, if First Security argue they are not on broken yellows, they are right, but they are beyond the last legal park which makes life difficult for cars coming into the car park


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