What type of parking ticket do you have?
Parking Charge Notice Options
Your Debt Recovery Options
Your County Court Claim
Your Received a Reminder Notice
Penalty Charge Notice Options
Rejected Parking Fine Appeal Options
Charge Certificate Options
Order for Recovery Options
Bailiff Enforcement Options
Excellent, our appeal letter app can help you write your appeal and get your PCN cancelled. See Trustpilot Reviews!
Choose "Appeal Yourself" to proceed.
Excellent, If the operator has rejected your appeal, you have two options.
Option 1: Write an appeal letter and build a very strong case to win your appeal
Option 2: If you are within your discount period, pay the lower amount instead
If you are not within the discount period, we recommend writing an appeal and sending it to the tribunal because you have nothing to lose. See Trustpilot Reviews!
Choose "Appeal Yourself" to proceed with Option 1.
If you ignore the parking ticket, it will go to various debt recovery companies who will add further costs and you will have to defend the matter in courtParking Mate UK highly recommend paying the operator directly so the amount doesn't increase in future.
A Debt Recovery Letter means that you are no longer able to appeal or challenge the original parking ticket.We recommend paying the parking operator directly to avoid the case going to court.
Please read our Debt Recovery Advice which explains your options at this stage.
If you have received a County Court Claim, you need to:
If you have received a CCJ, it means the court has made a judgement on a court claim from a parking company. You have two options at this stage.
Please Remember: The tribunal acts as the last appeal stage for penalty charge notices and enforcement will continue unless you settle the case. This advice only applies to appeals which have been rejected at the tribunal.
Please read our guide on Dealing with a Charge Certificate to see how to challenge your Charge Certificate.
You never have to pay the bailiff a penny, once you pay the council, the debt is settled!
Please read our guide on Dealing with a Order for Recovery to see all your options in detail.
Don't stress, a parking fine at bailiff stage can still be paid directly to the council or you can appeal the order for recovery itself. There is no need to pay bailiffs a penny unless your car has been clamped or recovered. We recommend the following:
Please read our guide on Dealing with Bailiffs to see all your options in detail.
If the bailiff is demanding £323 but the council is owed £203, you should send a cheque or postal order directly to the council for £203 and save on bailiff fees! Ignore whatever the bailiff says!