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Hi how is everyone? Was just after a bit of advice really. This evening I went round my mums to see me grand parent they live in a housing estate in Bude where the parking is seperate from the houses. there are about 15 parking spaces of which for are for private parking. i parked in one of the public spaces went to see me mum and that and an hour later came out to find a van had parked about a foot of my front bumper blocking me into the space even tho there where other free spaces availlible. the person doesn't own the space I parked in and seems to have a bit of an attitude. Was just wondering where i stood if I called out the local police station is it illegal to block you in like that. thanks Andy

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I'm sure the standard disclaimer will be posted shortly but I would Call them, the driver of the van is causing a wilful/unecessary obstruction to the highway which is an offence under the road traffic act 1988, call your station and get them down to deal with it.

Edit: always helps to get the year right, damn iPhone!

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12 inches at the front and x amount at the back is hardly boxed in...

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12 inches at the front and x amount at the back is hardly boxed in...

That depends totally on the layout of the car park.

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