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Kinnoull Street Multi Storey

Parking at 35 Kinnoull St, Perth PH1 5GD, UK, Perth, Scotland, PH1 5GD . Here you will find detailed information about Kinnoull Street Multi Storey: address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.

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Based on 9 reviews

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35 Kinnoull St, Perth PH1 5GD, UK, Perth, Scotland, PH1 5GD
City:
Perth
Postcode:
PH1 5GD

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Kinnoull Street Multi Storey is a UK Parking based in Perth, Scotland. Kinnoull Street Multi Storey is located at 35 Kinnoull St, Perth PH1 5GD, UK,


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Reviews of Kinnoull Street Multi Storey

  • OSCAR
    Added 2016.09.18
    AVOID THIS CAR PARK LIKE THE PLAGUE.
  • THEO
    Added 2016.07.26
    Payment system is complicated beyond belief. No reasonable person can be expected to understand the system. As an IT professional I found the payment system to be completely incomprehensible.
  • FREDDIE
    Added 2016.07.26
    Zero Stars. Terrible. Confusing payment system that isn't explained adequately anywhere. Took sometime to work out what we were supposed to do. I was parking for the whole day so needed to pay £8. First I tried to pay by card - the machine doesn't take cards. Then I made a trip to the bank to get money and a shop to get change and tried to pay but the machine wouldn't take notes. Eventually paid by calling Ringo. Thankfully I was already registered with them but others around me were having problems making Ringo understand their car registration numbers ( as mentioned by another reviewer). V frustrating and inefficient system.
  • AVA
    Added 2016.06.23
    Paid for a ticket but landed with a fine. 2 months later what would I have kept my ticket. Smart Parking=con artists. Shame on PKC for using these cattle raiders
  • TYLER
    Added 2014.02.07
    Rip off. They give you the responsibility of tracking how many hours you park and pay the equivalent, which forces you to declare to have been longer than you actually have to avoid penalties. Then the machine does not accept cards and does not give change. Total legalised theft.
  • THEODORE
    Added 2014.02.02
    Wish I could give it no stars! First and last time I'll ever use this car park.
  • DAVID
    Added 2013.11.17
    The up and down ramps between floors are tight for turning and narrow. Not the best for a larger or longer vehicle.
  • ALICE
    Added 2013.07.30
    Not even sure if I paid for enough time or not but I'll be taking these guys to court if they try to fine me. This car park fails to meet the "could an average person use the place" test. It would be very easy to build a case that demonstrate past fines were issued due to people failing to understand how to pay. All those fines, going back years, might have to be refunded.
  • GABRIEL
    Added 2013.05.26
    One star is generous. Firstly, the payment system is 'one-of-a-kind'. It is almost pay and display except there is no ticket to display. They just note your registration number. You can pay at any time, which at first glance is confusing for a multi story car park these days. Normally you pay at the end and the machine tells you how much you owe. At the 'ticket machine' (no tickets are used here) you need to enter your registration and select the amount of hours you wish to park for (or if paying at the end you need to note what time you arrived). Looking back it makes sense but at the time, with no cash (machines do not accept cards-- or notes for that matter) and while trying to refresh my details so that I could pay using RINGO (which took 20 minutes) I heard numerous people all experience the same problems at the pay station. I also scraped an alloy wheel on the way in as the ramp leading down to the bottom level had a curve at the end that I had not noticed, probably because the ramp is steep. The whole experience was a nightmare; deeply frustrating. Now that I know how it all works I would use it again but only if necessary, but not through choice. The car park in Canal Street is much more user friendly.
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