No. You can’t have more than one active permit at any time. A permit can only be issued for the address that the vehicle’s registered keeper has provided to the DVLA.
No. The only exception to the permit limit is when we introduce a new zone, and a household has more than two cars registered and in use e.g. 3 or 4 at their address. We will allow each car registered at the address to buy a permit. This is known as a Grandfather right. Once […]
Ideally return them to DCC or destroy them, but if they are left it may assist the new resident to avoid PCN’s whilst their new permits are bought and posted. Any unused permits MUST NOT be sold on.
No. If the permit holder no longer needs it, that permit should be returned or a photo emailed to parking services showing it into 4 pieces. It will be cancelled and then another resident in the house can buy a new permit
No. Permits are not transferable and cannot be taken with you to a new address even if staying in the same zone. Permits are specific to that property’s address and to a vehicle registered at that address with the DVLA. You can’t have more than one active permit at any time.
If you move address you should email email@example.com with your moving date with an attached photo of your permit cut into 4 pieces, or return your permit by post to Parking Services – Permits, Devon County Council, PO BOX 811, Exeter, EX1 9WA. We will then mark that permit as cancelled so the new occupiers […]
We are not able to send any permits to a differing address, they must go to the named person at the address for which it was bought. This ensures a permit or book of permits is not used by a non-resident of that zone.
If the permit loss was due to circumstances beyond your control, e.g. theft, car accident, the council may waive the cost of a replacement permit for the remaining period of time left on the original permit. If the loss has occurred as a result of a situation which could have reasonably been prevented, e.g. changed […]
When it is necessary to close residential streets or temporarily suspend parking, it is the responsibility of the residents to find alternative parking. While not as convenient, permit holders can use any other road in their permit zone to park until work is completed. Use our Traffweb map to: • view traffic restrictions • find […]
If your vehicle is off the road after an accident or being repaired and that work is likely to take more than 2 days to resolve, we can issue a temporary permit by email that can be printed by you and displayed in your vehicle. Visitor permits should be used for short-term changes of less […]