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If you have a handicapped placard, I would like to suggest that you always lock your car with the windows rolled up, because this is one way that some people get these placards. They simply reach inside a car with the windows rolled down and snatch the placard.
MSgt, USAF (retired)
100% Disabled Veteran (...) View more
i was parked in a handicapped spot at walmart when a lady with a placard parked in a handicapped spot next to me. i never thought anything about it until she got out of her car wearing a walmart smock! she was going to work! again i wished i was a volunteer to catch these people. i have seen people who borrow their elderly mother/grandmother's card. if people are entitled to use a placard, (...) View more
San Diego, CA
I am only 29 years old and have a handicap place card. I think people should really mind their own business regardless of what they think about the people using the stickers. I am constantly harrased by individuals like those that use this site and they have no idea about my medical conditions because of my age and appearance. Just last week someone in my new neighborhood where I work printed our (...) View more
couldnt bring the form on here, but i can tell you that it is very efficient, clear, to the point. click on send and away it goes. Seems like a serious website , no blogs or comments section, no nonsense. if there are any sensative post's they are not made public. the only thing that's demanded is that you have to show up in court if necesary.
Roger Russell, Ph.D.
Once again, we have posters on this blog who wish to remind us that there are in fact non-visible disabilities and that persons with them do legitimately park in handicapped parking spaces and/or warn us about the possibility of “judging” others. And once again I provide my stock reply.
1. EVERYONE HERE KNOWS: I seriously doubt that anyone who posts on the blog or reports a possible (...) View more
Union City, CA
I am a vet, but my disability is not military related. I have a problem in my spine that makes my legs weak, so therefore can't walk very far with out my walker that I use. Almost everytime my wife and I go shopping we see mostly young people taking a disabled parking spot. And they are never disabled nor have a disabled place card, nor licence plate.
My wife had told me earlier that people (...) View more
I'm A disable Vet that broke his back but can still walk. I have disability doesn't show . I have a place card for my cars that i use and there are some people that look at me funny when i get out of my car. I want to let people know that all disabilities are not visable. There are some of us that are issued a place card and use them that other may not think is disable. Just don't (...) View more
I read about your website in the latest DAV magazine, and I applaud your efforts. This is an issue that deserves attention, and I am glad to hear of your success. The law enforcement authorities have a limited amount of time to address this issue, as abusers are usually in and out of the establishment they are patronizing before the autorities have a chance to respond to complaints. As someone (...) View more
Prince Frederick, MD
Hello, I am disabled Navy veteran and have good days and bad.
Good days, I walk the distance, bad, use handicapped, and display my placard.
Nothing gets me more than lazy, dishonest people stealing the handicapped spaces!!! I leave notes, talk to them, educate ( ya right) them to no avail. I take photos!! Got one dude at Comcast all upset..haha..
The DAV has a monthly magizine they ran an (...) View more
Let's elaborating on "oldsarge's" discussion of placards & plates.
Any reason photo with identifying barcode should not be put on placards and plates?
1. A photo would quickly make it clear that you folks with "invisible handicaps" had a valid tag. Anyone who sees you driving or getting in or out of your car knows what you look like anyway. (...) View more