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We can also investigate if someone is selling vehicles on a street, or if a garage is repairing vehicles on the road, but please report this as a nuisance vehicle.
To report this, please call Cheshire Police on 101.
Report unlawful parking or school parking problems, or ask for new yellow lines
You’ll need to tell us:
If you want us to put down new single or double yellow lines, please tell us why in as much detail as possible.
We can’t go out and make changes to school parking arrangements as soon as you request them. To make the most of our very limited funding and to make all schools as safe as possible, we create a programme of work which takes place over a year or two. This means we can prioritise the work, and get the most out of the money available.
But any information that you tell us is really useful - we’ll look into it and plan it into future school parking improvement programmes.
What do yellow lines mean?
Single yellow lines
You’re not allowed to park on a single yellow line during the period shown on the accompanying yellow sign. But you can stop on a line long enough to drop off or pick up a passenger, or to load/unload goods. Single yellow lines are usually outside places such as schools or local businesses where parking problems happen during specific times of the day.
Double yellow lines
You’re not allowed to park on double yellow lines at any time. But you can stop on them long enough to drop off or pick up passengers or to load/unload goods. You can park on double yellows if you have a Blue Badge.