There are cars that park on the pavement on my street. It's been an issue for years. If there are bins out then the pavements can be unpassable for people walking and the pavement is always completely inaccessible for people using wheelchairs and prams.
I've gone to the police about it, not least because when I was forced onto the road last year I ended up getting clipped by a careless driver.
I've gone to the council and my locally elected representatives and nothing has been done.
I want to pose an inconvenience to these inconsiderate folks. I want to show them that what they're doing isn't ok. What examples of legal means of protest do I have that might stop a driver for a few moments and that would let them know that what they're doing is not ok. It is 100% illegal to park on the pavement where I live, so I do not feel bad about this.
There is plenty of room for everyone to park on the road. It's not that the street is too narrow that people can't park or the street ceases to function.
What if I was to put stickers on windshields? Is this legal? I've heard that sometimes "taggers" (graffiti "artists") put down a sticker because if the police confront them, they can simply remove the sticker and say "no harm, no foul".
This question is demonstrably not opinion based. I am asking for specific examples of peaceful protest against illegal parking!!