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I equate it to reporting a "drunk driver". A vehicle is weaving all over the road, speeding, drifting and you notice it, call the police and say "I think this person is driving drunk". You've done your duty and now the police will check things out. It could be a medical condition, tired from working all night, etc, but you didn't know for sure. This is the same (...) View more
I think this is a great site, but should just be limited to lack of placards or DP license plates. It is true many disabled persons do not "look" handicapped, but in fact really are. I am one of those. I have osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. But on a good day I can walk fine and not all bent over. However, I can walk out of my car and into the store looking good, but not (...) View more
Sour Lake, TX
I have been talking about this for years!. I have wanted to actually start a business privately to control this. I am so glad somebody else is taking charge to punish these offenders. Tkaing advantage of the handicapped or elderly is just sad! Good job and i will tell everyone about your site!!!!!
In Colorado a local radio station has brought up handicapped parking and how there are too many spots. They drive by at the time when they might be open but now when they are full and someone disabled has to park out . I have a valid placecard due to O2 needs. I have had people park next to me so close that a nice gentlemen had to crawl in and pull the car out. At the local high school (...) View more
temple city, CA
Just saw your news article on Fox. I am disabled but do not show any outward appearances of being disabled. Becasue of your site, maybe I will now just get a post-it on my car instead of the sneers and rude comments. I hope this takes off ...good for you for taking time to make a difference in this world.
I am a 55 year old double amputee. Not driving right now. But, I see abuse of disabled parking spots all the time. I believe the purpose of this site is to stop the abuse. Yes, there are hidden disabilities. And, we have to be careful with who we accuse. People are so touchy nowdays. There are too many placards given out. I believe that there has to be a higher authority to determine whether a (...) View more
I found this story on one of our local television stations websites. This is a good example of how things are handled by our local enforcement agency and what this site is about.
I know it's a long link but worth the effort.
First of all I will say shame on this site for assuming false authority and trying to play the role of "citizen police" When in fact it just allows people a way to harass neighbors that "walk their dogs through other peoples yards" as posted by one of your whistle blowers. Second out of all the relevant social issues you choose to spend time, money and resources to carry the (...) View more
Pine Lake, CA
Okay ... after browsing through the blogs here, I see a common thread - 'violation of privacy', 'I'm diasabled but you can't see it', etc....
Let's just take this scenario...
You're pulling into the Wal Mart handicapped accessible parking spot with your placard hanging from your rear-view mirror. You step out of the car and briskly walk into the (...)
Wilkes Barre, PA
In 1968 I was a young Marine with the 5th Marines in Viet-Nam , I was hit by AK-47 fire 6 times, I lost a Lung,3 Ribs and parts of my Kidney and Liver. I cant walk more than 30 yard without shortness of breath. I don't look handicapped but I am. One doesn't have to be "old" or "limping" or in a Wheel chair to be Handicapped. I admit there are very Serious abuses (...)