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One of my coach drivers, after completing a regular journey

21st May 1976, Page 54
21st May 1976
Page 54
Page 54, 21st May 1976 — One of my coach drivers, after completing a regular journey
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

to a seaside resort, invariably asks me for recompense for parking charges though he produces no receipt for this expenditure. I am of the opinion that my coach is parked on the street and that my driver does not, in fact, incur the parking charge which he claims. How should I deal with this matter in view of the fact that vehicle owners are now liable for fines imposed for indiscriminate parking ?

You should issue a notice to all your drivers, not just the one you suspect of following the practice outlined, drawing their attention to the necessity to park your coaches in a properly constituted coach park and not in the street. You should further inform them that parking charges will be reimbursed only on production of a receipt.


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