Disabled parking spaces
organicmummy · 19/04/2007 22:08
Please help settle an argument - last week whilst out shopping there were no parent and baby parking spaces. DH pulled into a disabled parking space. When I told him we couldn't park there his reply was " It is a well known fact that if there are no parent and baby spaces available then it is perfectly ok to use a disabled space as long as there a few spare" Surely this isn't true!!
edam · 19/04/2007 22:29
'Well known fact' means 'something I just made up on the spot'. Sorry but your dh was being stupid and selfish. Nicking a disabled space is a. against the law and b. could mean a truly disabled person was unable to do their shoopping at all, had to turn round and go home.
helenhismadwife · 23/04/2007 21:14
No its not right;
Here in France at our local airport(probably other places as well) the disabled spaces in front of the terminal building have a sign saying if you want to take my space take my disability to in both english and french makes you think. I havent seen any parent and child spaces over here at all
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