Is It Illegal to Park on the Pavement?

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It is not illegal to park on pavements in most parts of the UK if it does not cause an unnecessary obstruction but it is an offence to drive on the pavement. You can only park where signs permit you to do so as provided by the Highway Code (238-252).
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It is not an offence in itself to park on the pavement but police have the power to issye tickets or to offer the otorists advice if the vehicle is causing an obstruction
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