Are you allowed to park opposite a driveway UK?

Can you park on the opposite side of the road to a driveway?

As long as you don’t block someone onto a drive there’s nothing illegal about parking opposite a drive unless there are some other marking on the road making it so.

How close can you park next to a driveway?

12 inches distance from curb to be legally parked 16 years age under which it is illegal to leave a child in a parked vehicle with the motor running 5 feet no parking from a driveway 15 feet no parking from a fire hydrant 20 feet no parking from a crosswalk at an intersection 20 feet no parking from a fire station …

How close can you park to a driveway UK?

at least 10 metres (32 feet) away from any junction, close to the kerb and facing in the direction of the traffic flow.

Is blocking a driveway illegal UK?

​Under highway law, it is illegal to park a vehicle so that it obstructs other people wanting to use a road or path. It is also illegal to obstruct a private entrance. If you witness a parked car obstructing your driveway please contact the Police using their non-emergency telephone number 101. …

Is a driveway private property UK?

There is no criminal law against a stranger parking on a driveway without the homeowner’s consent, however, a driveway is part of private property so therefore by driving on it the motorist would be trespassing.

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What can I do if someone blocks my driveway?

If the vehicle is blocking access to your driveway you should first make enquiries with the neighbours to see if they know who the car belongs to, so they can move it. If your local council hasn’t taken on CPE, you will need to contact your local police force.

Where are you not allowed to park?

On the hard surface of a highway where parking spaces are not marked. On any bridge or overpass or in any tunnel. Within 30 feet of any flashing signal, stop sign or traffic signal. In such a way that you block or create a hazard for other vehicles.