Nearly one in six drivers have admitted to ‘bump parking’, carrying on driving until they hit the adjacent car, with the figure being as high as 26% when considering drivers in London.
Bump parking is one of many bad parking habits, others include parking on double yellow lines (committed by 9% of drivers), parking in disabled bays without a blue badge (5%) and deliberately parking over two bays (6%).
Drivers are warned that though bump parking may seem an easy option at the time, they could end up paying a higher cost later especially if it results in damage to their own car.
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