Curbing berm parking

For a smart little country, sometimes we can be somewhat stupid. What is this confusion over local councils and parking on the grass?

Let's go back to why there are kerbstones in the first place: To prevent wheels from going over it.

Crossing over a soft, gravel shoulder? No worries. Driving over a level gutter onto the berm? Go ahead. But the whole reason for a step kerb is to block wheels from going off the road.

Hence, the solution is incredibly simple, and parking on berms is not the issue. Wheels should not go over a

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