EV driver furious after neighbour leaves angry note on their windscreen for parking in alley – but who is in the right?

An electric vehicle driver is furious after an angry notice was taped to his windshield for being parked in an alleyway.

The perceptive motorist was outraged after a nosy neighbor told her she couldn’t park behind her own house – but who’s right?

A smoking note was left on the windshield of an EV driver – but opinions were divided


A smoking note was left on the windshield of an EV driver – but opinions were dividedPhoto credit: Facebook – Amy Baldwin
The motorist claimed she was not blocking residents on her street


The motorist claimed she was not blocking residents on her streetPhoto credit: Facebook – Amy Baldwin

Amy Baldwin posted the angry handwritten message on social media, but her response divided opinion.

It said, “This is not a car park, please DO NOT park here.”

“Or it will be towed away,” emphasized the annoyed resident.

Stunned by the rude letter, Amy wrote, “I had this on my windshield.”

“Looks like I can’t charge in the alleyway right behind my house.

“Even if the neighbors at the end of the alley block this access around the clock and I am about halfway down the alley.

“Public fees are there for me for the next five years.”

Amy insisted she was right and hadn’t parked illegally or blocked other residents.

“Neighbors definitely have space to access their backyards but not for other cars, but I never see other cars using that lane as it’s very narrow,” she continued.

“In the end there are only other neighbors who, like me, use the opposite entrance.”

But the shocked EV owner didn’t get the reaction she expected.

One user commented: “Probably not popular opinion, but if it’s not your country and you don’t have permission then you’re causing an obstruction whether you think it’s important or not.”

Another dubious person wrote, “It could be preventing an emergency vehicle, such as a fire engine, from reaching the back of the houses as an obstruction.”

“With a handwritten note like this, all I can see is an angry neighbor. I’m not advocating upsetting the neighbors now, but seriously. Are you blocking anyone’s access?” asked a third.

But others agreed that the “grumpy” neighbor should step down.

“I think as long as you don’t go to the bathroom, park it there late at night, charge it overnight and switch it around first thing, you’ll be fine,” one commented.

“Try to find the note and have a conversation with him, he might be receptive,” they added.

Another unimpressed user wrote: “Why? Ignore the note. There is no legal force behind it.”

“Middle finger,” teased someone else.

This is happening because steaming letters are hanging on windshields across the country.

A woman said she was stunned after finding an angry note on her car despite being “considerate” when parking.

Lauren Ball found the fiery message on her windscreen after parking her car on a side street near her home in Denton, Greater Manchester.

Elsewhere, “somber” notes have been left on cars by neighbors angry at motorists allegedly taking their parking spaces.

Angry Bristol residents say cars that are routinely stranded overnight should be moved and be “mindful” of residents’ parking needs.

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In the meantime. Another woman was “devastated” after finding a threatening letter on her car despite having parked in a “completely legal” spot.

Amy claimed others park the same way


Amy claimed others park the same wayPhoto credit: Facebook – Amy Baldwin

Alley Einstein

Alley Einstein is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Alley Einstein joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing Alley@ustimespost.com.

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