Hi legal eagles, Just want to check whether a traffic offence ticket I got this mornring is legit. I was cited for turning left on a no left turn sign - a secondary alledged offence for riding on the footpath was not ticketed. In laymans terms I turned onto the footpath before the no left turn sign (not after) and manouvered my bike (whilst still sitting on it) to find a park space - I didn't notice a cop in the bike park who then asked me to stop and issued me a ticket. It was on the M4 distributor bus lane/ druit street where it joins sussex street (entering the large bike park down there). He did explain that had I got off the bike and pushed it onto the path he wouldn;t have tickted me. However, I found this thread in netrider which seems to allude that it is acceptable to enter the footpath, to park, under certain conditions:https://netrider.net.au/threads/riding-motorcycles-on-footpaths-some-clarification-vic.96086/ I know this is Victoria road rules - does anyone know if this is the same in NSW? Also, as I left the road in order to park (rather than tunring left) before the no left turn sign is the "no left turn" ticket still legit? If it is legit then I'll rack it up to experience and just pay it - but I wanted to check to see if it was worth challenging it. Thanks in advance for any helpfull advice.