Ah, and what would we do without those! Terrific shot for the day!! Hope your week is going well!Sylvia
how much is the fine to retyrive it? I once had to pay $80
Nice capture .Reminds me of 'Crane-Bedi' Days .
Poor owner of the car! ;)
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Whoops! That must have pinched!
Wish there were more parking lots provided!!
c'est partout pareil, c'est ca aussi le monde, les memes gestes ;))
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Towing vehicles and traffic wardens are a global terror! Lovely shot.
Ah! The towing men. Nice candid shot.
That's a lot of motorcycles that are being towed there. It means many are parking illegally. That's a great post and photo.
I love the van, but the driver of this illegally parked car probably hates it!
Wonderful capture .
The menace of parking is worldwide!
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lol..nice take ;)
Oh oh! I hate that! I've had a car towed once. It was such a traumatic experience that I vowed it would never happen again and it hasn't! Many of the towing companies here seem to be somewhat crooked and make a practice of charging outrageous prices to get a car out of storage. I don't understand why someone doesn't do something about that!
You’ve gotta watch out when you park in a No Parking area. Those tow trucks will get you every time. Nice capture. genie
No post from you for today ?Good morning !
Though your pics I understand that life in Mumbai is exciting...
oops ! thats a painful thing to happen to anyone ... :(
This is a common sight in Delhi too. Interestingly, people never seem to learn from such actions; they invariably choose to park their vehicles in unauthorised spaces.