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Thursday, December 27, 2007

Disabled Parking


Special parking bays for disabled drivers and for parents with infants are common at most supermarkets and retail outlets these days. Regretably as Ovelikos in Athens recently showed, their provision is often abused.

4 comments:

Gail's Man said...

It's often the case.And there's never a traffic warden around when you need one.

julia said...

Can well imagine the inconvenience. The motorist displays a card/cert locally I suppose its the same there. However that does not stop some. You would'nt want to miss out on the after Chrismas sales? just joking, I never seem to get to them.

Thiên said...

Last week at work, we received an email reminding us that handicap spaces are reserved for those who have a real need for them and also have a placard or license plate. They have been getting abused here also.

RoG said...

Thanks for commenting on my take on this subject!
Fortunately, people in South Africa seem to be quite well behaved in this manner. It's always good to have a stiff deterrent, though.

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