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Parking Fine Review Form

If you believe there are circumstances or reasons for the withdrawal of an expiation notice you can submit an appeal online via the Parking Review Form below.

Please note:

  • The Expiation of Offences Act 1996 includes provisions that allow an expiation notice to be withdrawn if certain circumstances exist or if the offence could be considered trifling as defined by the Act.
  • Expiation of Offences Act 1996 8A – Review of notices on the ground that offence is trifling (see link below)
  • One right of review is only accepted unless new evidence is provided to substantiate another review. Council may not reply to correspondence that does not meet these criteria.
  • If you require assistance, please call customer service at (08) 8229 9999 to discuss. Please provide the expiation notice number and/or vehicle registration details.
  • If you nominate another person responsible during the offence, please complete the Nomination Form.

Driver Nomination Form

Complete this form if you are nominating the driver responsible during the expiation.
To lodge a standard review for an expiation, please complete the Review Form further down this page

Driver Nomination Form

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Please enter your full name.

of

address and postcode

Please enter your email so we can get in touch.

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(N.B. If a company owned vehicle, state your position in the company and registered office of the company below)

The number on the top of your parking fine notice

10 characters left

PART 2 - Nomination - Complete either option A OR B below

Option A - At the time of the alleged offence, the vehicle had been

At the time of the alleged offence, the vehicle was 

Full name or company name

Address

OPTION B - I was the owner of the above named vehicle but was not the driver

OPTION B—I was the owner of the above named vehicle but was not the driver. To the best of my knowledge and belief, at the time of the alleged offence, the driver was:

(FULL NAME or COMPANY NAME)

(ADDRESS AND POSTCODE)

WARNING: Under section 174A (13) of the Road Traffic Act 1961, there is a maximum penalty of $25,000 or four (4) years imprisonment for making a statement that is false or misleading in a material particular, when making a nomination. You may be asked to make a statutory declaration to verify any information in this nomination.
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Parking Review Form

Please note that once you have successfully completed the form, you will see a submission successful message and receive an email receipt with your submission. If you do not receive a confirmation email within 24 hours, please resubmit your request.

Parking Fine Review Form

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The number on the top of your parking fine notice

10 characters left
12 characters left
Residential Address
Name
Are you the registered owner of the above vehicle?  

The Expiation of Offences Act 1996 includes provisions that allow an expiation notice to be withdrawn if certain circumstances exist, or if the offense could be considered trifling as defined by the Act.

Ensure that all photographic evidence and/or documentation to support your claim is uploaded before submitting the form.

Please select Yes or No to the questions below before completing your statement or provide evidence to support your appeal.
I am disputing the additional incurred fees only

If yes, please provide a Statutory Declaration nominating a driver with their full name and address.

File size should not exceed 3MB

1. Were you directed to park or stop in the location by an Officer of the South Australian Police?

If yes, please upload a signed statement on an approved letterhead from SAPOL or an Authorised Officer. Please scroll to the bottom if you would like to add a statement of appeal.

2. Was there a medical emergency that resulted in the vehicle being parked or stopped in the location?

If yes, please provide a medical certificate. Please scroll to the bottom if you would like to add a statement of appeal

File size should not exceed 3MB

3. Was your vehicle parked in an illegal manner as a result of a mechanical failure or accident preventing you from moving to a legal park?

If yes, please provide an invoice for repair or breakdown report from a mechanic, RAA etc. Please scroll to the bottom if you would like to add a statement of appeal

File size should not exceed 3MB

4. Were signs or road markings relevant to this offence totally obscured or not erected in accordance with Australian Standards or Australian Road Rules?

If yes, please provide a statement or photographic evidence of the non-conforming sign or marking. Please scroll to the bottom if you would like to add a statement of appeal

Files size should not exceed 3MB

5. Did you purchase a ticket or have a valid permit for the location & time of the offence?

If yes, please provide a copy of the permit or ticket purchased. Please scroll to the bottom if you would like to add a statement of appeal

Files size should not exceed 3MB

6. Was the offence trifling or were there compelling humanitarian or safety reasons whereby you could not, in all circumstances, reasonably have averted committing the offence?

To be considered trifling it is not simply that you think it is trifling or petty, there must be one of the following: 1. Compelling humanitarian or safety reasons which led to the offence occurring; or 2. Driver could not in all circumstances have reasonably averted committing the offence; or 3.The offence was merely technical, trivial or petty example of the offence (e.g. – redundant signage etc.) Please scroll to the bottom if you would like to add a statement of appeal

If yes, please provide a statement outlining these reasons.

Files size should not exceed 3MB

please provide a statement to support your appeal

If you have selected no to all statements you are unfortunately ineligible to receive a parking fine review. If you are experiencing financial hardship you may apply to the Fines Enforcement & Recovery Unit to set up a payment arrangement by calling 1800 659 538 or visiting www.fines.sa.gov.au