Talk about grasping logic! The relevancy is the total time the car was there in the parking lot. See next point. The parking warden was near the exit and she would be able to confirm that at that point of time we left. The total allowed parking time is 4 hours. So, if we are being fined for being overtime and if I can prove that I have been there for only 1½ half, that is relevant to the matter.
How does your credit card slip prove your car was not there?
Is your credit card somehow glued to top of your car? If not, it proves nothing regarding your car.
You could argue that, but Finnish law DOES allow for reasonable arguments - proved time and again in the courts of law. Reasonable point of view states that if the time on the receipt is 09:23, it is reasonable to assume that the person would have arrived close to the appointment time. So, even if one were to [because of some odd "perversion"] roll over the streets and take 15 minutes to destination, you can still calculate an estimated time of arrival.
And what matters is arrival time on the disc.
Odds are that police will void that ticket just to get rid of you, because right now you are costing this nation far more money than 30 euros. Whining about your OWN failure to set time on the disc properly.
You should just pay the fine and in the future use the disc properly.
Er, receipts are printed with a time stamp, and that is proof. Hard and fast.
- Credit card receipt - proof of arrival.
- Warden's note: Proof of departure.
Credit card, unless permanently attached to card, is no proof of car not being there.
Don't even start arguing about logic. Read the whole thread - properly first.
Maybe you should familiarize yourself with term logic.