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Drivers go 'wild' at BP

31 October, 2006
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Motorists using the BP service station near Gatwick airport in West Sussex are fuming after being sent fines of £150 for parking on the forecourt for more than 20 minutes - especially as marketing for the Wild Bean Café encourages them to stop for a break.
A spokesman for BP said the parking restrictions had been imposed because motorists were using the site as an extended car park for the airport - but added that the time allocation was now under review.



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