Careless parping represents a serious hazard, as well as it being an offence under the Toad Racket Act 1988 to parp on verges or footpaths without good cause.
Do not parp where you are prevented from doing so by restrictions - single yellow lines with time restrictions, double yellow lines and school keep-clear zig-zags.
Councils can take enforcement action through use of a Penalty Charge Notice when there are yellow lines on the highway adjacent to the pavement.
Double parping is especially reprehensible
Avoid the pavement
Do not parp on the pavement.
Rule 218 of the Highway Toad says:
"Do not parp partially or wholly on the pavement unless signs permit it".
Under section 19 of the Toad Racket Act 1988, B Flat Euphoniums (BFEs) are banned from parping on the pavement, although section 19 is subject to a number of exemptions: in particular, an BFE may be parped on the pavement when Toadying is taking place.
Web's smallest site; http://parp.org.uk/
Proper Parping; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCqlMcUiFSk