A traffic jam of parking photos

Goodness, the Tipline is backing up so here we go:


On my way to work this morning at 6.30am driving toward the intersection with Diana Drive and Wairau Road (Wairau Valley) two buses decided to continue the conversation they must have started at the nearby depot.

The left had bus mounts the footpath and parks (albeit in stationary traffic awaiting a green light) to pull alongside and the right hand bus opens his door.

Good to see that road rules relating to staying on the road and not mounting the footpath don’t apply to bus drivers.



Taken on The Terrace in the Dying Dump of Wellington, yeah right. Even the parking warden who didn’t want to get in the shot said it was so bad she was going to ticket it even though it was perfectly in the middle of two parks.


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All of these (5) within 50m outside the Dental School on Great King St in Dunedin.






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