NCA gives up on 309 parking fines

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THE National Capital Authority (NCA) will be withdrawing Parking Infringement Notices (PINs) issued during the period of 1-5 August 2015.

A spokesperson says this is due to an administrative error resulting in infringements being issued below the legislative penalty amount. This will affect 309 PINs issued during this time.

“Those who have already paid these infringements will be refunded the full amount,” the spokesperson said.

“The NCA will not be reissuing the fines at the higher dollar amount and are simply retracting the original PINs.

“To process the withdrawal, the NCA requires those issued with these affected PINs to phone the free call number, 1800 772 403.”

This would seem to indicate they are issuing on average 62 fines a day.

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One Response to “NCA gives up on 309 parking fines”

  1. luxxikins
    September 10, 2015 at 5:02 pm #

    When is the NCA going to start booking the eight cars and vans that are parked all over the Tent Embassy regularly? The drivers no longer bother to tuck those vehicles out of sight under the trees. They are parked right in the way of photos of the Axis and are an eyesore.

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