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Night Parking

Volume 531: debated on Wednesday 27 October 1954

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asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation whether he will make regulations concerning the extension to the provinces of the practice whereby cars may be parked in well-lighted streets with their lights turned off.

The chief officer of police of any police area may give consent for vehicles to stand without lights on any part of a road specially set aside for parking, or as a stand for hackney vehicles, if he is satisfied that the parking place or stand is adequately lighted. This holds good for London and the provinces.