Think not parking within the lot is not serious? Then be prepared to pay $50 fine

Ever parked such that your car is not exactly within the lot's markings?

Sometimes we would adjust the car to be within the markings.

And sometimes we would simply leave it as it is, either being too lazy to adjust our parking or simply thinking to ourselves that whatever errand we are running won't take long.

If you have done this before, then you might want to take note of this photo being circulated online.

Shared on ROADS.sg, the photo shows a summons issued to a driver who had parked "beyond the boundaries of a parking lot".

The incident had occurred at Jalan Sultan at 2.13pm on Mar 22, 2017, and the driver was fined $50.

ROADS.sg shared the summons notice along with photos showing examples of parking that might get you fined.

The page administrators also added that the fine only applies to public car park lots under the Housing and Development Board (HDB) and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

So the next time you think it is ok to park to park outside the lot's boundaries, remind yourself about the $50 fine.

You will realise that suddenly, you can park very accurately within the lot.