Stop parking fines from ruining your day – all the information you need is in one spot.

Have you ever been shopping and lost track of time? Then you walk past another person’s car seeing them getting and ticket. You walk faster towards your car and have that sinking feeling as you see a fine on your windscreen. Stop parking fines from ruining your day.

Confused about where to park? Our guide can help!

Confused about where to park? Our guide can help!

Parking fines are a recurring issue that frustrate drivers on a daily basis. Parking signs can be difficult to understand. Parking rules tend to differ between councils. Once you receive a fine, information on your rights and options can be difficult to find. To help, Victoria Law Foundation has produced Parking, the law and you, a free, easy to understand guide to parking laws in Victoria.

Developed in consultation with local councils, the guide simplifies parking rules and signs. It includes pictures of the most common signs and an explanation of what they mean, helping drivers to to work out where they can and can’t park.

One of the main reasons people ignore fines is not knowing what to do next. Depending on your circumstances the guide outlines your options and also explains where to go for more information and help.

Parking, the law and you will help you to navigate through parking laws and avoid fines.  It is perfect size to keep in your car and refer to on the move.

Download or order Parking, the law and you or contact our publications team on 9604 8100 or publications@victorialawfoundation.org.au to find out more about our free publications.

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