This vehicle receives the unenviable reward of being one of the most-mentioned vehicles by Hollingdean residents.
It is understood that DF60 DWZ belongs to a resident of a neighbouring controlled parking zone.
Unusual for the area: the owners have both a garage and driveway.
Nevertheless, this vehicle is extremely frequently found parked outside of the owner's zone, instead taking up what little space is available to Hollingdean residents.
This is a large estate vehicle which takes up a significant amount of road space and is often reported to be left parked poorly, partially (ironically) blocking local resident driveways or overhanging double-yellow lines.
In late November 2023, a resident reported this vehicle parked in Hollingdean for the weekend once again (on Hollingbury Crescent). This time, however, it was parked so poorly that at least a full third (or more) of its width stuck out into the road. This meant that vehicles travelling up Hollingbury Crescent - towards the blind summit at the junction with Hollingbury Road - were forced over the central line and into the oncoming traffic in order to pass, causing several near-misses and horn honking. DF60 DWZ did not move from this position for several days.
It is unclear why the owner would prefer to consistently store their vehicle in this fashion rather than use their garage, or driveway. They could also obtain a permit for their vehicle, or visitor permits for when they feel they need to use their driveway and garage for other vehicles (which appears to be several times each week).