Supporters using the car park at the Proact on match days are reminded of the need to wait until it is safe to drive away from the area.The terms and conditions in force, as printed on the reverse of the parking permit, state that pedestrians, buses and coaches will be allowed to leave the site before cars may leave.
This could take up to 30 minutes, but stewards may release cars earlier, if and when instructed by the safety officer.
Chief executive Chris Turner has warned of the possible consequences if drivers ignore the safety measures in place. He said: "We do not want to see anyone injured, or worse, as a result of being hit by a vehicle.
"I would urge everyone using the car park to please take care and wait in your bay until advised by stewards that it is safe to leave. We have already banned one person from using the car park after they ignored our previous warning and we will have no hesitation in withdrawing other car park permits if people continue to drive dangerously."
The vehicles photographed here were seen leaving the car park only five minutes or so after the final whistle at the recent game against Bury.