Hi, Unfortunately, we are a bit late with this post, as we had some technical errors over the weekend of the 7th that we had organically planned to open up this topic.
However here it is.
We decided to open simply up a topic about cars for the simple matter of how common they are, all the purposes they serve. In addition, it will open up some greater insight nd ideas behind their use, their necessity and their existence within Perth.
To start it off, We are going to talk about towing. The reason being is that there has been much discretion recently on the news about the towing of cars in Perth due to incorrect parking measures.
For example, this would include parking in unmarked areas, parking on price property, parking in tow zones (obvious, but some people still do it) and parking, followed by a breakdown.
The biggest issue that has been raised with this is the lack of parking available in popular areas such as the city and its surrounds. This has been the major cause for many of the recent tow truck incidents. People have simply complain that there is not enough parking availability and as a result they park where they shouldn’t and get slapped with a tow.
We can understand why they have had their vehicle towed. They have parked incorrectly, however; a tow is quite an extreme action to take simply because ethe city was not designed well enough in its parking schematic.
So either way you could argue.
The difference between extending a couple of more bays, a small little fine or slap on the wrist would be much more helpful. Especially to those, who must then make their way to the tow compound and pick up their vehicle with a hefty fee.
We are not for it and feel that it is quite unfair, but at the end of the day the law is the law, and there is only so much action that can follow. What are your thoughts on the recent increase in towing and how would you react if you were found to have your vehicle towed?