Road users travelling to a destination for a leisurely walk are being urged to be mindful of where they park this June Bank Holiday weekend.
Gardaí in Waterford recently issued a number of fines on several vehicles, all of which were fined for the same offence.
The Roads Policing Unit found several vehicles parked on double yellow lines at Kilclooney Woods.
Fixed charges were issued to each of the illegally parked vehicles.
Kilclooney Wood is situated southeast of Coumshingaun Lough, and southeast of Stookanmeen, west of Waterford City.
Earlier this week, Gardaí with Waterford Roads Policing found several vehicles parked on double yellow lines at Kilclooney Woods
Fixed charges issued to all illegally parked vehicles pic.twitter.com/6LfACySSOT
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Single yellow lines mean no waiting or parking during the times shown on nearby signs or at the entrance to a controlled parking zone.
There are no standard times or rules so you must always check the signs before waiting or parking.
A double yellow line at the side of the road means no parking at any time.
If you park on double yellow line and can't see any signs, road users are advised to assume that restrictions on parking apply 24/7.
Photo: An Garda Síochána