Please think

I AM writing this asking everyone to think before they park in disabled bays. My husband is disabled and on many occasions we find

I AM writing this asking everyone to think before they park in disabled bays. My husband is disabled and on many occasions we find it extremely difficult to find a disabled parking bay, whether it's in a supermarket car park or on the road because able bodied people abuse these spaces. A lot of the time it is people with small children and the elderly who are not disabled.Just because the parent and baby spaces are all taken it doesn't mean you can use a disabled one. It may cause a person to walk further than they have to while they are in pain. If everyone did this then there would be no spaces left for people who genuinely need them. Also, leave the disabled toilets for the disabled. They are there to enable wheelchairs to get in.NAME AND ADDRESS SUPPLIED


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