....about yellow lines? I am.
I know only the most basic thing about yellow lines, and that is that you shouldn't park on them.
I don't really know the difference between single ones, double ones, broken ones, kerb markings or even red ones. I guess that they range from "don't park here most of the time" through to "You really, really don't want to park here EVER" but I'm never really sure.
I am always impressed by people who park up on yellow lines when it is safe to do so. Normally there's a sign somewhere with a blue circle on it and red line through stating Urban Clearway - and you see some people pull up, look at the sign, check their watch, grin knowlingly and then park up. How do they know???
I infuriate MrsDibnah by driving past a space in a row of parked cars on a Sunday afternoon which has a yellow line as she always says "it must be ok - everyone else is parked there" but too often I've seen a row of cars all ticketed on that basis where they play sheep and park up because someone else has.
I won't even park if there's a little yellow stripe painted on the kerbstone every 5 metres (what does THAT mean by the way?!?!)
So are you also Yella about Yella?
or do you know your clearways from your bank holiday rules to your early evening/non-residential single yellow rights?