............................................ About this Website
This website came into existence on 05 February 2004 - 5pm GMT
Your editor spent most of this night, venting his spleen, in a
spontaneous, and manic outpouring, that went on till the early
This websites purpose To fight back against extortion.
To keep the car driver informed about the law, and latest legal
To publish your grievance and experiences.
To unmask the faceless beaurocrats, behind this out of control
To start a campaign of civil disobedience. To publish every trick
obstructing the tow truck,
Deactivation of meters &
Destruction of speed cameras
Lastly, to try & restore a balance of sanity and fairness
in the way the motorists is treated by the state, the police,
and local authorities.
Personaly: A conduet for all the
anger that has been rising up in me of late. For what I see as
the betrayal of the great silent majority in this country &
great city of ours, dare I say it in the political correct mad
house that "England" has become.
Car hating Ken Livingstone DOB 17/06/1945 - never
passed his driving test -never driven a car, maybe never wanted
to. In my world, that alone makes Ken a reject & weirdo. What
kind of teens did he have, attending meetings of the communist
party "Trotskyite", distributing leaflets, extolling
the USSR and the dream of a socialist Utopia in Britain. Hanging
out with the IRA and Gerry Adams.
Previous Occupation: Animal Technician "vivisection"
I passed my test at 18, in 1967 -
The liberation, the freedom driving bestowed on me, was a wonderful
thing. I lived on the Isle of dogs, working class - the small
row of seven terraced houses went from one car in 1956 to every
house had at least one car by 1968. The young men of the street
worked hard, and bought cars, bought better cars, and bigger wheels.
Days at the coast, steamy nights in the back seat. The car has
always been an integral part of my life. I still drive to the
coast "Bournemouth" on summer weekends. Though not had
a steamy night in the back seat since 2000. Little Reading, a
view point near Harrow, highly recommended, vehicle Lexus GS 300
, definitely an improvement over the Ford Anglia.
I wonder where Ken went for his teenage "petting" I
wonder how he made it to the coast. He didn't have the luxury
of a 105E (Ford Anglia), and probably didn't have a girl friend
to fondle in the back seat. Shame really, to dull to drive, let
alone pass his test, to weird to get a girl. So he turned his
bitterness to torturing animals, politics, the car, and you, the
A life long hate, for what he could never have. Here we are, 2004
and a f**ing freak show is now running this great city. He had
no choice really, other than to become the Mayor. It is the only
way he can afford to travel every where in a taxi, the only way
he would ever get a girl friend.
Your editor has seriously thought about topping Ken , but is he
worth going to jail for, err! what 8 years, is that really all
you get now for "Life". Well maybe if this website doesn't
satisfy my anger at the current injustice of the war on car owners,
then maybe plan "B" it is. Methods to firstname.lastname@example.org
A few simple tips on how to avoid paying the Bailiffs.
Don't answer the door - they cant break in or enter without your
permission, unless they have a forced entry court order, and this
is very rarely given. If you do answer the door, don't let them
in, and say you rent the property fully furnished, any items of
value, state they belong to the landlord, or relative. The bailiff
can only remove items that they can prove belong to you.
Be firm on this, they wont waist time on you, as they will have
easier fish to fry.
If you have a car outside registered in your name, then you are
F***cked. Why not register the car in your name, at a relatives
address, only down side of this, if you make a claim on the insurance,
they will try and worm out of paying "material fact".
The way round this, tell the insurance CO you can't find the registration
paper. Send it in to the DVLA and get the address changed back
to match what's on your Insurance cover note and driving Licence.
As the name stays the same, the keepers details will be OK, they
will be dated from when you first registered the car, and not
when you changed the address. So the insurance company will never
know - Simple but true. On the downside, your relative will be
pissed off that the bailiffs have been calling. You could use
a PO box, or mail box rental. Depends how many tickets you get.
I am carfull, but still managed a bus lane PCN, and late congestion
charge this month, so I am £85 down. Once box junction are
being enforced its going to become almost imposible to avoid regulare
fines. So my vehicles are now registered with a shelf Limited
Co, at an Accommodation address.
We are looking into setting up a network of companies with insurance
and shares for members. Interested ?.
Email - email@example.com
How it would work - the registered keeper would be **** limited
at *** address - any fines would be sent to this company - we
would automatically appeal - 70% of appeals are successful, if
this fails we will give them the run around, and when the company
gets to hot - we will close it -and move the vehicle registrations
over to a new company, at a different address. "End of story".
We would include 3 late congestion and 5 PCN's - plus 1 speed
camera the annual fee TBA but less than one parking fine.
The insurance would be at cost, and we might even save you on
your existing insurance. The pitfalls? - if you have a new car,
then you don't want lots of owners on the log book - so new or
low owner cars, will use the same company name, we will just change
the address at regular Intervals. Like I said we are seriously
looking into this, the legality, the drawbacks. Please email your
thoughts, or if you prefer anonymous use our "Yoursay"
questions Is Ken a Dalek?
- Soon Is new county hall, a Gold fish bowl? yes, we have the
proof. Soon SoonSoon
Rhona Kiley experienced serious problems when
she tried to settle a penalty fine for failing to pay the £5
She had to make about seven calls to the call
centre run by Capita, the firm that administers the scheme for
Transport for London, headed by Mr Kiley.
Mrs Kiley, who works for business lobby group
London First, said the automated phone system did not accept
payment. She finally paid the £40 penalty - reduced from
£80 for early settlement - by getting through to a call
Her difficulties were revealed to councillors
by Mr Kiley at a meeting to discuss the charge.
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and campaigns are is own. We have no input or control over the
content of his webpages. firstname.lastname@example.org
I wouldlike to hear from any disgruntled car drivers, (anonymous)who
have access to numbers, names and address's of the parking managers
of London Boroughs. I will publish their names & address
and start a "Nasty" campaign against these leading