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Some of us were born with disabilities. Some of us had met with a terrible accident. And some of us have grown very old. Each of them is facing one big challenge every day and every moment. And its lack of freedom! They don’t want to be left at the mercy of another person. They don’t want to be stuck in a place. They don’t want to be pitied upon. Ever imagine how you would feel if you are (...) View more
The biggest problem with old age or physical disability brings to a person the lack of mobility. When an accident leaves someone crippled or due to age, one is restricted from doing his or her regular routine walks or enjoying some time reading. Some people may be bedridden or may have to stay indoors all day. In that case, for how long will he stay at bed? They may be feeling bad at having to (...) View more
Here's a concept. Handicap parking fraud can be practically eliminated if the person with the placard uses and depends upon the following:
Crutches/Cane(s) (...) View more
My brother has rheumatoid arthritis. To look at him, you wouldn't know he was disabled. Most of the time, he doesn't even use handicapped parking, but when his arthritis flares up, he has to park close if he's going to be able to get around and do anything. And even during a flare-up, he would look to you like a healthy person who isn't in any hurry, when WHAT YOU (...) View more
Connecticut- over the past 4-5 years the state has been phasing out lifetime placards and replacing them with temp. placards that become due on lic. renewel.
This has become a problem as many many people are using placards that do not belong to them. The police are very slow with enforcement. For instance, placards that were issues in the 1970s have numbers beginning with 2. At least 10 times (...) View more
I know a person who is using her mother's Handicapped placard to use the Handicapped spots here at work.
How does one get proof the Handicapped placard is not her's and she is abusing this placard ?
A disability may be physical, cognitive, mental, sensory, emotional, developmental or some combination of these. A disability may be present from birth, or occur during a person's lifetime.
A physical disability is any impairment which limits the physical function of one or more limbs or fine or gross motor ability. Other physical disabilities include impairments which limit other (...) View more
I have back issues and a handicap placard and appear normal to many. I am so tired of people thinking they have the right to judge whether I am handicap enough. I even use it at the gym and get nastiness for it. I am fine until I am standing for about 10 minutes, then my leg begins to go numb as well as major pain. Until you all get your medical degrees and people pay you for their opinion, (...) View more
I can't stand people like all of you......... yes I drive a stick shift red sports car. and yes I am disabled. I have a herniated disc in my back and can not walk long distances before my leg cramps.
I'm sick of random strangers giving me **** for parking my car in front of a store.
As to not having to pay meters, write your congressman its not my rule.
I didnt wake up one mornign (...) View more
I just got off the phone with the DMV and was told that the disabled person does not have to be in the vehicle when utilizing a residential reserved parking space. The Annotated Code of Maryland says otherwise. Does anyone know? I have seen this disabled person drive by the parking space that's reserved for him and the wife (not disabled) pull up later to park in the rserved space. I (...) View more