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Just walking past a row of cars parked in disabled spaces and was amazed to see roughly 50% not displaying badges so I decided to take note of other parking area's and it seems to be the norm as a lot are being used without badges displayed. Is this because they are awaiting badges or just lazy twats who think who's going check. And /or i'm on private property what are they going to do.  Who would you get in touch with if you are suspiciouse about badge missuse or is that like the traffic squad non exsistant

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2 hours ago, Max Power said:

Annoying but unless they are on the public roadway there is nobody to enforce anything, and they know it.

so what disabled spots are being referred to,  tesco's carpark?  the parent and baby spots suffer the same abuse at BnQ

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I don't bother going to any of these places now.   Until they have an 'able bodied white bloke in a silver car' parking space, I feel discriminated against.

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36 minutes ago, WTF said:

  the parent and baby spots suffer the same abuse at BnQ

For me the thing about the B&Q car park is that when you leave you not only have the inestimable pleasure that comes with quitting the hell hole that is B&Q but across the road you are greeted with a sign reading "SKANCO".

This always makes me smile as it puts me in mind of the appalling nightclubs I used to frequent as a young man....

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In the Govt or DCorp run parks a 'ticket' can be issued just as in overstaying your paid for time.

 In a private park, clamping with a release fee.

Of course, it shouldn't be necessary to discourage this.

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2 hours ago, WTF said:

so what disabled spots are being referred to,  tesco's carpark?  the parent and baby spots suffer the same abuse at BnQ

I wouldn’t have thought a store for people who love DIY would need to provide and spaces for families 

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57 minutes ago, dilligaf said:

I wouldn’t have thought a store for people whl love DIY would need to provide and spaces for families 

it does kitchens  and flowers too.

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This has been one of the most light hearted and informative threads I have been privy to and therefore just waiting for the first asshole to turn up. It was not tesco's specific but have noted the parent and fifteen and pimply parking seems to attract an awfull lot of women and screaming sprogs. The same go'es for the I am using the disabilty badge because i am picking up there prescriptiom/shopping/dry cleening. And also it is my badge and i park here and wait for my abled bodied wife to go shopping, what do you mean drop her off and pick her up later I have a badge

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2 hours ago, dilligaf said:

I wouldn’t have thought a store for people who love DIY would need to provide and spaces for families 

You have to have somewhere to take your kids to smack them! Why does it always have to be cafes?

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