DRIVERS who just can’t park their cars correctly continue to amaze our readers – and this time, the examples of bad parking are even worse than before.

Our readers were fed-up with bad parking when we asked them to send us their pictures at the end of last month, but now they’re furious – leaving notes under the windscreen wipers of errant vehicles, and shaming the most inconveniently parked motorists.

Pavement parking

A ban on pavement parking could be introduced. But we want to see your pictures of some of the worst instances near where you live.

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Among the worst offenders this time is a van, which "parks wherever it likes" according to the photographer who spotted it.

The rest of the example are listed below: 

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Greggs car park in Peachehaven.

The spotter said: "One follower sent me these images as she is constantly coming across able bodied drivers parking in the disabled bays preventing her for accessing the shops.

"After speaking to Greggs head office they told me that their hands are tied, please publish the images to highlight the need for access for the disabled and how important it is for disabled community to use the bays."

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Manchester Street, Brighton

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Above and below: Greggs car park in Peacehaven

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Outside the Co-op in Whitehawk

The spotter said: "Regular occurance on The Broadway outside Whitehawk."

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Dean Street, Brighton

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Hangleton Road by King George VI Drive

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If you spot any badly parked cars get in touch at news@theargus.co.uk.