Cheap parking in London

From Paul Kedrosky: Dude, Where’s My Maserati?:

I can’t add much to this article that makes it any stranger or more stupidly surreal than it already is. A gloriously-named Paris-based hedge fund manager — Bertrand Des Pallieres — nearly had his rare Maserati Cambiocorsa auctioned out from under him because he forget that it had been towed from a square in London back in May, and he hadn’t responded to repeated requests from Transport for London inspectors. His excuse:

In my defence, I would say that parking in the TfL car pound is not that expensive relative to the cost of parking in central London.

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