‘A disgrace’ Furious driver fined £90 for charging EV in empty Lidl car park


Mr Piddock hadn’t previously had any issues with charging his EV up to this point and continued: “The same company own the machines at my local Tesco and that has got a big sticker on it saying a max stay is three hours.

“The Tesco one is actually free, so when I’ve paid market rate for this charge and then I get a fine on top of that it just seems unfair to me.

“You’d think either the charger is free and there is a limited amount of time – so you’re not hogging it – or you pay for using it.”

Mr Piddock has appealed to both Pod Point and Lidl in a bid to have the fine overturned, but without success.


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