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Whittie
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27th Apr 07 at 20:54   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Got a yellow sticker on my car today

Can't remember what it said ut it was somthing on the lines of "You've taken my disabled spot, now you can take my disability"



Anyway question is, would they of taken my plate? And could I get a fine if I park there or not?

[Edited on 28-04-2007 by Whittie]
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so you parked in a disabled spot and some disabled person gave you a special sticker?

and you propably could get a fine, but as it was not the parking ppl prob not!

[Edited on 27-04-2007 by marklaruk]
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You won't get a fine or anything..

BUT

You are an inconsiderate tosser...

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IIRC, there is no law against parking in a disabled parking space.
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the spaces are the same as child and parent they are advisory...But ppl who park in them are tossers..and lazy inconsiderate ases...

I have had untold amount of arguments in car parks with ppl parking in child and parent spaces when they do not have kids with them..

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I keep parking in the disabled's because every fucker keeps denting the car!
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park further away then..The spaces are there for a reason..Really is annoyance of mine..Specially the parent and toddelr spaces
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But if there are other disabled/child spaces free, what's the problem?

I park in the parent and child ones all the time, as they're right next to the door, not 800 miles away

Inconsiderate car park design TBH.
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I say all the time, but I mean occasionally
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i dont really see the need for a parent and toddler space at 10 at night tbh they should be in bed

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quote:
Originally posted by Robin
But if there are other disabled/child spaces free, what's the problem?

I park in the parent and child ones all the time, as they're right next to the door, not 800 miles away

Inconsiderate car park design TBH.


And if i seen you I would let your tyres down once you are in the shop...Unless it's as said about 10 at night..

The spaces are there for a reason..So you can open your doors wide to get kids out of their seats etc WITHOUT hitting the car next to you....
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quote:
Originally posted by mav
park further away then..The spaces are there for a reason..Really is annoyance of mine..Specially the parent and toddelr spaces


I love them when i'm in my Astra (what... it's a family car)
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I can't count the amount of arguments i have had TBH..ppl driving in and parking in them and I am behind them with 2 kids...

Nearly resulted in blows a few times..
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Mav... think about it from my point of view, 1 week you find a trolley leaning against my car, leaving a dent & scratch, the next, red paint and a dent on your rear quater.


[Edited on 27-04-2007 by Whittie]
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quote:
Originally posted by mav
So you can open your doors wide to get kids out of their seats etc WITHOUT hitting the car next to you....


quote:
Originally posted by mav
park further away then


TBH, I can't believe you get annoyed about a car park space.

Seeing as there is no law against it, I wouldn't be doing anything wrong.

Anyway, I have a parent and child pass in my glovebox...
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you don't get parent and child passes.....

THEY ARE THERE for a reason...And i would happily fuck you over if you stole a space from me when you had no kids...

Are you all that really inconsiderate grow up FFS

whittie i know what you are saying and I am the same but you can choose the right space further away where there is no cars....
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im scared
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You do get parent and child passes at Tesco, I have on in my car.

If someone started being arsey with me over a parking space, THEY need to grow up, IMO.
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I'm scared that the younger generation have no thoughts about anybody but themselves and having to walk a few more paces to get to the fucking shop door.....
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Anybody is disabled if you think hard enough, some are just to idle to walk,

Id never park in a disabled bay though, just for the ones that are genuinley disabled
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If there are multiple free spaces, why is there a problem?

If it was the last one, I'd agree with you.
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And I agree about the disabled spaces.
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quote:
Originally posted by Robin
You do get parent and child passes at Tesco, I have on in my car.

If someone started being arsey with me over a parking space, THEY need to grow up, IMO.


you need to grow up and be more considerate IMHO....Then again I will quick happily park next to you in a normal space in the wifes 600 astra and let the door hit your car because I can't get it open wide enough to get into the kids seat etc...
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quote:
Originally posted by mav
I'm scared that the younger generation have no thoughts about anybody but themselves and having to walk a few more paces to get to the fucking shop door.....


Sometimes its not about walking further, If i wont park in disabled... could i park accross two spaces?? (legal??)
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quote:
Originally posted by Robin
If there are multiple free spaces, why is there a problem?

If it was the last one, I'd agree with you.


I am not talking about multiple free spaces....If there is 1 space left and you take it and I have kids or disabled that is what i am talking about.

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