KD 135 fine for parking cars in co-op sheds for long time

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Vice Chairman of the Union of Cooperative Societies Khaled Al-Hudhaiban warned that vehicles will not be allowed to park at the co-op parking lots for over three days and that surveillance cameras will be installed to monitor the parking areas.

He said some expats park their vehicles in coops’ parking lots before departing Kuwait for vacations, adding that this will not be tolerated and that the municipality will be contacted after three days to act.

Manager of cleaning at the Capital municipality Meshaal Al-Azmi said KD 135 will be collected as a fine for leaving vehicles parked in co-op parking lots, including charges for removing the vehicle and safeguarding it, and KD 1 per day of impoundment. Municipality will ask co-ops to provide them with the license plate numbers of vehicles parked for long periods, he said.

Municipality usually pastes warning stickers for 24 hours on vehicles displayed for sale and for 48 hours on abandoned vehicles before removing them.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Mr. Assar. I was never that privileged to attend an english medium school and therefore developed a communication weakness. Pardon me for that. You seem to write good, good enough to critique others. I feel pride in getting embarassed by my better educated indian brother....at least I make you feel good and confident.

English Novice
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
First, you cast the log out of your own eyes before peeping into others.
Your comment: Learn English first, than comment.......
It''s not *than*. It should be *then*.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Guys Any news or idea about new camera car parked in 7th Ring road? what is the speed limit 60 or 120?

Tuesday, June 11, 2019
They will act after three days. It''s fair to save two days fare for those who take this advantage.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019
@Ramavasan : Learn English first, than comment.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Very bad decision! Now any policeman can fine any car regardless of how long it has been parked there exercising their jurisdicial power. Not fair.

Liyaqat Kala
Monday, June 10, 2019
Good move.

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