Dropped kerb parking laws, rules and fines explained. Who can and who can't
park across a dropped or lowered kerb.
A dropped kerb allows vehicles to cross the pavement from the road to a
driveway - enter your postcode to find your council's website for more information.
If you do not have dropped kerb, you must not drive over the footway. If you do so,
you are breaking the law and enforcement action could be taken to prevent ...
A crossing across a public footpath or verge for your vehicle to get to your
property from the road is known as a 'dropped kerb', 'crossover' or 'vehicle
It is an offence to drive over a footway without proper dropped kerbs. ... If you do
so you are breaking the law and enforcement action may be taken to prevent ...
If you drive over a footway, such as a pavement, to get to your driveway and you
do not have a dropped kerb you are breaking the law. You should therefore ...
If you need a dropped kerb to access your property we can do the work for you. ...
It's against the law to park in front of a dropped kerb because you are blocking ...
Dropped kerbs. If you want to take a vehicle across the verge or footway to
access your property, you may need a dropped kerb - these are also known as ...
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Dropped kerbs. A vehicle crossing (also known as a dropped kerb or drop kerb)
is a strengthening of the highway to allow vehicles to pass regularly over the ...