after receiving Penzance Drive bus lane fine From This Is Wiltshire An Australian tourist who visited Swindon as part of a UK wide holiday says she will not visit the town again after being handed a fine for driving in bus lane.
Helen coach outlet coupons printable coupon Haywood, from Tasmania, said that she sees the Penzance Drive bus lane as a "money making scam", and insists that she will not be visiting to be "swindled by Swindon" again. "As the fine had to go via Avis they too thought it a good idea to charge me an additional 30 for their trouble an expensive hour for me in Swindon. "I came to Swindon to check out the Designer Factory Outlet, I think next time I'll research less complex and costly places to visit for such shopping, for example: Ashford, Bicester, York or Cheshire Oaks, to name but a few." She said she then researched the location where she had received the fine, and discovered an article in The Adver about the number of her fellow drivers who had received penalty notices in the same area. She said: "People who hold coach boots outlet a driver's licence possess observation and analytical skills, so coach outlet locations united how come so many find themselves in the Penzance Bus Lane without knowing they are in it and have indeed broken the law? "Intelligence tells them that this is a money making scam designed to look like a road safety feature and transport priority for the council.
" A Swindon Borough Council spokesman said: "More than 3.5m people visited the Designer Outlet Centre last year and the Penzance Drive bus gate is in force to help public transport work efficiently in what is an extremely busy part of town. "It is not there to trap people, and any money received through bus gate fines is spent on highways related projects coach outlet handbags vegan such as Shopmobility, public passenger transport services, highway improvements, maintenance and other environmental improvements.
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