Dianne Bakolis, 59, was handed three separate fines when trying to leave the cul-de-sac she lives in. The driver who lives in Brough, Yorkshire received the fines which were worth a total of £120.
She briefly entered the nearby Brough Station car park when making a U-turn in order to avoid traffic.
Ms Bakolis said she often uses the station entrance to make a turn around to skip the congestion on her narrow street.
Despite this, a camera photographed Dianne’s number plate each time she did so.
Several other motorists, including people picking up takeaways or making drop offs at the station, have also been hit with fines.
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“I appealed the first one and won, I am now appealing these three I received in one day,” she told Hull Daily Mail.
Other drivers have been targeted at the same spot, with many claiming to have been unfairly given a fine.
Another resident, Penny Coates, said she recently got two fines in one day and another the next morning.
She said: “My daughter lived on Station Road and I would turn around my car at the car park.
A spokesperson from APCOA Parking told Hull Daily Mail that they were currently processing the complaint.
They said: “APCOA and our client are aware of a current issue at this site and are working to resolve it as quickly as possible.
“In the meantime, we encourage anyone who believes they have been incorrectly served with a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) to follow the appeals process so we can respond to their specific case.”
Express.co.uk have reached out to APCOA Parking for further comment.