ParkingEye are one of the most secretive parking companies. Getting sight of a contract from them is like getting blood out of a stone. In court cases, even though ParkingEye need to prove they have the right to operate car parking, they resist producing their contract, stating that they fear the defendant is a member of a 'forum' and that their contract will therefore be uploaded to the internet.
In contrast, he has found plenty of ParkingEye contracts uploaded onto the internet by ParkingEye's business partners.
Here is one, uploaded as a result of a Freedom of Information request by Cheshire Council.
Others are available too.
The Prankster does not consider that the contracts are particularly commercially sensitive. In any case, if they were, they certainly are not any more. There are some interesting clauses though. No wonder Aldi's ParkingEye team work so hard to avoid cancelling charges.
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