Here is the question to anyone who tried to pull this off or doing this on regular basis. Supposedly you parked your motorcycle in one of those 1P-2P areas residential or not so areas with the intention to leave the motorcycle for the period longer that the sign permits. You do not take the whole parking bay (if any) but take a small spot in-between cars. Under normal circumstances you have a pretty high chance of receiving a fine. If we think about the main prerequisite for receiving the fine is that the parking officer must actually record your license plate to issue a ticket. It is illegal to remove license plate and even if you do so I read that "unregistered" vehicles may get towed away or clamped. This is not a desired outcome obviously. Here is the thing. While at home I always store my motorcycle in the secure parking lot under a textile cover to keep it clean from dust and deter strangers from sitting on it while I'm not around. Most of such covers have a clamp underneath to hold both rims together to keep it sleek and fight the wind. Such covers don't take a lot of space and can be easily put in the backpack and taken anywhere with you. While utilizing any of those 1P-2P parking zone in-between cars (to keep the parking capacity) for longer periods, did anyone ever try to cover the motorcycle entirely and use certain tricks so that the cover could not be removed by anyone except for you and so that the parking officer would not be able to check if you have a parking permit in this area or simply take a record of your plate number to issue a ticket. It sounds dodgy but are there any legal consequences doing this?