Permit parking is currently offered with RingGo by Greater Anglia, Red Funnel and Chiltern Railways (Beaconsfield Station Car Park at Beaconsfield/2616 and Leamington Spa Station Approach at Leamington Spa/2623 only) along with various local authority schemes. Each operator has their own rules relating to the number of vehicles that can be stored on a permit.
Greater Anglia allow customers to register one (1) vehicle on their permit at any given time. Chiltern Railways and Red Funnel allow customers to register a maximum of three (3) vehicles on their permits. You should refer to the relevant local authority help pages (Central Bedfordshire, London Borough of Ealing Council, London Borough of Lewisham Council, London Borough of Richmond Council, Milton Keynes Council and Portsmouth City Council) for full information relating to Council based permits.
It is possible to amend the active session vehicle(s) appearing against your permit up to the maximum allowed vehicles each time you change or park another vehicle.
To amend the active vehicle(s) against your permit, simply follow these instructions:
- Login to myRingGo.
- Click 'Help' in the top right corner of the page.
- Under the Popular Questions heading, select 'Change vehicle(s) on session / permit'.
- Select the relevant permit using the dropdown menu.
- Highlight the existing vehicle(s) you wish active against the permit from the 'My RingGo vehicles' menu or use the vehicle 1/2/3 columns to add a new vehicle.
- Click 'Next' to immediately apply the changes.
You can then view the session vehicle amendments in the 'Recent Parking Sessions' section on the dashboard or the 'Receipts' page by referring to the original date of purchase.
If you are amending the active vehicle against a Council based permit you may be required to upload proofs (follow online instructions on what is required) before your vehicle changes can be approved. This process can take up to five working days and all queries with relation to required proofs or urgent vehicle changes should be addressed with the relevant authority direct.
Should you not make these changes prior to parking then you will be liable to receiving a parking fine.