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The letter from the person with MS who was upset because not all those who are handicapped show symptoms was just plain wrong. If someone questions your handicap, just politely inform them of your condition. That should settle it. But you have to be aware how much able bodied people park in handicapped spots. So don't get mad, be glad that someone is trying to watch out for your right to (...) View more
s. deerfield, MA
I also am very upset about your web site. I do agree that there are many able bodied people who park in handicapped places and that is wrong. However, you are automatically assuming that anyone who is not visably disabled is guilty of fraud and you are wrong. Although I "don't look sick", I also have MS. Funny disease...we don't look sick but we can collapse at any time. Also, (...) View more
Palm Beach, FL
There was a local hardware store that had a sign under the Handicap sign that said,
"IF YOU ARE NOT HANDICAPPED AND YOU PARK HERE, YOU WILL BE WHEN YOU LEAVE"
If you've read some of the stories, I think your missing the big picture. This web site contains incidents that are told by people whom had expierences in which people had no problem bouncing around and jumping out of the car with no problem. I'm sure if your disability is a true physical disability, you do not appear to be happy and in a rush like so many of the people described on (...) View more
I was livid reading your article in the paper this evening! So now I will have volunteer vigilantes after me! The article said this woman was driving a red corvette - who cares what she was driving. I happen to own a black mustang and when I get out of my car I look fine. When I leave the store or office one half hour later I can barely make it to my car. I have MS and "look" fine. I (...) View more
I agree that there's many people who use handicapped parking illegally, but there's those of us who have handicaps that are invisible. I have to pace myself carefully and aren't able to go out but a couple of days a week for just a few hours usually to run errands. I have fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue which causes chronic pain and extreme fatigue. I have gotten many looks because (...) View more
I read an article in today's issue that mentioned your website.
Although I am sympathetic to the plight of those who have restricted mobility, I am concerned that your website could fall under the RICO (Racketeering, Influence and Corrupt Organizations) act under Federal law. You do not want to find yourself creating vigilante justice that gets your membership in trouble for harassing (...) View more
For those who are "reporting violations" as well as HandicappedFraud.org
Have you considered that you ARE TARGETING DISABLED PEOPLE?
Have you considered that if you TARGETED ANY OTHER MINORITY, (...) View more
I am interested in learning any occurance with a delivery driver abusing accessible parking spots. Locally, it happens all the time with two of the three major delivery services - one in particular. Repeated attempts to resolve the issue with their corporate offices has not been fruitful. Considering a class-action lawsuit and or an expose on 60 Minutes but we need your input.
It seems that besides having a picture on the placard it might be a good idea to make some of the placards a different color, say bright orange, for persons that have a disability that does not have obvious outward signs. I understand that some drivers w/ these types of disabilities are upset with this site but remember; there are a lot of non disabled drivers who will take the time to ask a (...) View more