Sometimes, road works or cleansing services necessitate the closure of certain roads or the imposition of temporary ‘No Parking’ signs to facilitate matters. Also, road events, such as village fiestas, outdoor fairs and festivals could require temporary ‘No Parking’ signs in certain areas. Temporary ‘No Parking’ signs would indicate which parts of the roads are closed to parking, as well as indicating the dates and times of restriction. Many a time, such temporary ‘No Parking’ signs are requested by local councils or government departments, as well as police divisions in charge of traffic. For this reason, non-observance would usually result in the imposition of a fine or penalty to motorists who ignore these notices.