Was he allowed to do this?? Quite ticked off. Yesterday night I drove to my cousins house to pick him up. Anyway, once I got to his house, the car wouldnt restart so we left the car in his driveway and found alternative transport home. Next day I go to pick the car up and there is a note on my windscreen saying: "As your vehicle has completely blocked our driveway, which is in constant use for our business, preventing legitimate business users and customers from using it, your vehicle has been reported to the Police for trespass and obstruction of premises. If the vehicle is not removed in the next few hours, it will be removed, and you will be proceeded against for the cost of removal and our loss of use. Landlord." The landlord of my cousins house left that note. Nowhere did it say Private Parking. As far as I knew I had permission from my cousin to park in HIS driveway. There are no signs saying No Parking Allowed during these hours or anything to say it is connected to a business at all. As far as I was aware, AND my cousin was aware, it was just a driveway. What happened if one of my cousins housemates had a car?? Would they be allowed to park there? I should think so. And as I was pulling out of the driveway, the landlord turned up and had a go at me. I bet he wouldnt have done so if I were 20 years older. I explained that the car wouldnt start and so the car was stuck and he said "well you should have left a note".... like that would have mattered, his precious customers still wouldnt have been able to park there. Then he waited for me to apologise. which I didnt... I said, "f*ck you" and left. No way should I apologise for something which wasnt my fault, and had every right to park in that driveway seeing as there are no notices about or anything to say otherwise. Am I right? And how dare he talk down to me just cos I'm a kid. If my mum picked the car up I can guarantee that he would have talked politely to her.