A parking payment service at a Buckinghamshire car park has been described as a “nightmare”, Buckinghamshire Live reports.
The cashless machine, operated by RingGo, has a facility installed at Aylesbury station car park where visitors have to pay for their parking using their mobile phones.
But one driver has slammed the service, calling it “needlessly complicated” and claiming it almost caused them to miss a critical appointment.
A Bucks resident said the “nightmare” cashless parking platform RingGo, at Aylesbury station car park, saw them get back in their car after more than 10 minutes of trying to register their vehicle, so they could look for another space elsewhere and not miss an important meeting.
The individual, who took their car to Aylesbury on Tuesday morning, said they arrived at the station car park just after 10 am and attempted to pay for their vehicle using RingGo for the first time.