ride a motorbike to work and I pay as much as a person who drives a car to park at my place of employment. The carpark is private, but is the only one there. My motorbike is a registered vehicle. I recieved a parking ticket today for $25, as did some of my co-workers. The ticket said that I had been warned about parking in a car bay. I had not been warned at all. They also cancelled my card to enter and exit the parking lot. It has since been renewed. There are motorcycle bays in the far unused corner of the parking lot. I pay as much as a person who owns a four wheeled vehicle for a parking space, but I do not get the service of a four wheeled vehicle because my registered vehicle has only two wheels. Even though I am paying for that service. Also the motorcycle bays are far to small. If a bike parks beside you it's a really tight squeeze to mount ans dismount. If you make a mistake then the bike will crush you onto the next bike. there is no leverage to stop your bike falling onto you and no escape. The ACCC won't do anything and you have to fit into certain catagories for anti discrimination laws to help. • sex • relationship or parental status • race • religious belief or activity • political belief or activity • impairment • trade union activity • lawful sexual activity • pregnancy • breastfeeding needs • family responsibilities Any-one else is fair game. the only option we have been given is to take it to the small claims court. Any-one got any advice?