Friday, April 19, 2024

The Danish traffic police confirms the trick – it's completely legal

It's a common trick that actually happens completely automatically and saves a little extra time in the parking lot. It is completely legal. At least the parking attendant can't do anything.

If you park at 11:14, there is nothing to do. But drag it out for two minutes – i.e. until 11:16 – and you will see a small miracle.

The digital parking disc, which is now in many Danes' cars, jumps forward to the nearest neighbourhood.

And that without the parking attendant being able to do anything. The little trick is perfectly legal. And even if the parking attendant had to see it happen, and the outsider is aware of it, there is nothing to be done.

Patrick Petersen, who is on duty on Bornholm, confirms this to TV2 Bornholm.

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– Then you get some free time there. However, some parking discs can be quite difficult to look at, so we have to get close to see what it actually says, says the parking attendant.

However, not all parking attendants are equally 'great' at it. In a completely different part of the country, an outcry of criticism erupted when traffic wardens at the beginning of the year issued charges to motorists who were briefly stuck in the snow during heavy snowfall. Read more about it here .

However, it is not just ordinary citizens that the parking attendants around keep an eye on. Even when the police are standing still in patrol cars, they should not feel above the law.

Boosted revealed it back in May of last year. Here, a parking attendant was seen 'well underway' with an illegally parked Volkswagen Passat with blue flashing lights. Read more about the matter here .

Read more news from and about the conditions on the Danish roads here!

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