Supermarket workers were banned from parking outside their homes for 25 years after being denied permission.
Geraldine McGuinness, who lives in Greenock, Inverclyde, has fought a private company dealing with parliamentary parking systems.
Whenever she seeks help from her local government, they simply refer her to a third-party company based in Nottingham.
Geraldine, who lives with her husband, said she had only one of her two parking applications approved.
She had a permit on a car that was previously turned down, but it hasn't been rolled over. This means that couples are at risk of being fined for parking on their streets.
This was despite the fact that they applied in time and provided all the required documentation.
Meanwhile, the Inverclyde Council has confirmed that households are entitled to two permits.
'Weeks back and forth before the permit was issued to get the permit I'm trying to update. ,'Geraldine, 54 years old.
'I had no problem with one of our cars, but for some reason did not accept the other.
"They didn't even provide a reason to reject the application. I was sent to different people saying different things.
" Very I was frustrated. I did all the steps and uploaded everything I needed.
'I talked to the company many times and people were supposed to call me back. 'Teen brothers' Finely chopped into kebabs' After never overcoming it'Die from overdose '
' I don't understand why I didn't solve the problem, it certainly doesn't want to try.
"I'm Nottingham-based Inverclyde There wasn't enough help to categorize this in either the Council or a third party company.
'I know how to use the technology, but it's harder than I have. Some may not.'
A council spokesman said: Contact other services to arrange a resident's parking permit:
"Residents who meet the criteria can apply for up to two permits per household.
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