Driver who has been wrongly given a parking ticket proves his innocence with the help of GPS – proving that he must be a TIME TRAVELER to be guilty
- A New Zealand man who has been wrongly given a parking fine manages to beat the system
- Dyllan Cochrane was fined on 12 October for too much parking in a parking garage
- He was only parked for 90 minutes in a two-hour spot when he was fined
- He would not have been able to prove his innocence without a GPS tracker
A driver could successfully prove his innocence with the help of a GPS tracker after he had been wrongly fined.
Dyllan Cochrane, 31, parked his car outside the Mt Wellington City Fitness gym in Auckland, New Zealand, on October 12.
Mr. Cochrane said he came into the parking lot at 3 p.m. and later returned to his car to discover that he had received a ticket at 4:37 p.m.
According to the ticket, Mr Cochrane had parked his car at 2.20 p.m.
New Zealand man Dyllan Cochrane was able to prove his innocence with a GPS tracker after he was wrongly fined $ 65 by a parking attendant while in the gym
& # 39; I was at the gym one day and me and my partner came out and suddenly we got a ticket and it was for breaking a two-hour parking time & he said stuff.
& # 39; It's just unfair what's going on here, I'm here to figure this out. & # 39;
After submitting his complaint directly to Wilson Parking, he was told that he had parked illegally.
Fortunately for Mr. Cochrane, he was able to use the GPS tracker of his car, which proved that he was 6 km from the parking lot at 2.20 pm.
CCTV of the parking lot also proved Mr Cochrane's innocence.
& # 39; It is frustrating, if I hadn't had all this evidence, they would probably have got away with this fine. You wonder how often they get away with it, & said Mr. Cochrane.
Mr. Cochrane described the parking ticket system as & # 39; prehistoric and chaotic & # 39 ;.
After showing proof of his innocence, Mr. Cochrane said that Wilson Parking had waived his fine, but he was disappointed that it took too long for them to accept their mistake.
The parking lot (pictured) has a two-hour parking limit, but Mr. Cochrane said that he arrived at 3 p.m. and the ticket was issued at 4.37 p.m. after the director claimed that he had arrived at 2.20 p.m.
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