Parking on pavements is currently covered by criminal and civil law, with different rules in different parts of the country, and vastly different experiences of enforcement from district to district.
The laws are confusing - so of course people are confused, as these YouGov figures, commissioned by Guide Dogs, show...
Drivers confused by current laws on pavement parking
Drivers know all aspects of current law about pavement parking
If you live in Scotland, you have a chance to make real history.
A new transport bill proposes a nationwide ban on pavement parking - with a few exceptions.
Soon the process of finalising the new act will begin - and we will need folks who live in Scotland to ensure there are no loopholes.
A Transport Select Committee inquiry is underway in England - and our submission included personal testimonies from some of the 4,014 people who backed our call for a ban.
And now there is news of investigations into a clampdown in Wales.
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... and yet pavement parking remains legal in most parts of the UK. Begging the question: how do vehicles manage to park on the pavements in the first place?
People aged 65 and over polled for Living Streets in 2014 who said pavement parking was a problem for them in their local area.
Older people who say they would be more likely to walk outside if the pavements were clear of vehicles parked on them.