DRIVERS have to pay £135 for eight hours in Britain’s most expensive car park.
And if they leave their car there for 24 hours, it will set them back £455.
The short-stay Lime Street Station car park in Liverpool was named the dearest in research by car finance firm Zuto.
But its operator — Apcoa — says it’s free for the first 20 minutes and is not meant for long periods as there is a multi-storey nearby.
A spokesman for Zuto, which looked at parking in 40 cities, said: “Unsurprisingly, the City of London is still the most expensive on average.”
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Average city parking costs for eight hours:
- London, £53.80
- Liverpool, £43.60
- Brighton, £29
- Manchester, £28
- Birmingham, £26.20
- Leeds, £25.20
- Bristol, £25.20
- York, £23.60
- Leicester, £21.20
- Sheffield, £19.90
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