As meters are brought in to collect parking fees in Dublin. What do Dubliners make of their introduction?
RTÉ News takes to the streets of Dublin to find out what people think about the plans for the introduction of parking meters in the city.
Views are mixed with some raising concerns about space and the length of time drivers can park for. Some believe the meters will ease traffic congestion in the city, while others believe they will make the situation even worse.
You've gotta leave a space for a Rolls or a Mini. It doesn't matter what size the car is.
They're cheaper than getting caught by a policeman.
I don't think an hour is long enough.
If you have parking meters, it's going to make the problem even worse.
An RTÉ News report broadcast on 25 November 1968. The reporter is Reg Cullen.