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Car Parking

CHANGES TO ABERDEENSHIRE COUNCIL'S PAY AND DISPLAY CAR PARKS

During December 2014, changes to tariffs and chargeable periods will be introduced to Aberdeenshire Council's Off Street Pay and Display car parks. A period of free parking will be introduced into most towns alongside a new tariff for parking for periods of up to 2 hours.

These changes are being rolled out on a town by town basis and we thank you for your patience during this transition.

What this means for the customer.

Users of the Pay and Display Car Parks will now need to input their vehicle registration number BEFORE choosing a free ticket or BEFORE making payment.

How do I get my free ticket?

If you intend to park for a short period of time, within the 'free' period, you will still need to obtain a ticket. To do so simply enter your vehicle registration number at the Pay and Display machine and press the green button. Your ticket with your vehicle registration number will be printed. Remember to display this on your vehicle.

When do I need to pay for parking?

Free periods vary between towns from 30 minutes to one hour, depending on which town you park in. If you feel that you will need to park for a period beyond the free period then you will need to pay for parking using either the 0-2 hour tariff (£1.20), 2-3 hour tariff (£2.00) or the 3-10 hour tariff (£5.00)

For example, if you arrive at your chosen car park and intend to stay parked for up to 2 hours, you will need to enter your vehicle registration number at the Pay and Display Machine, insert payment of £1.20 and press the green button for your ticket.

REMEMBER: THE FIRST THING YOU WILL NEED TO DO TO OBTAIN ANY TICKET IS ENTER YOUR VEHICLE REGISTRATION NUMBER AT THE PAY AND DISPLAY MACHINE, THEN FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE MACHINE.

 

For further detailed information please click on the links below:

Instructions on use of Pay and Display Machines

List of Free Periods and Tarriffs

Excess Charge Notices

Blue Badge Scheme

Residents Permits

Secure Parking