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My name is Teresa Glover I am handicapped with a cronic heart condition. I am in my mid 30's and to some I don't look handicapped but I am. I'ts hard for my to walk, and my feet and legs hurt from my diabetes so that just adds to it. I am very glad to see a site like this out there so we can report the non sick people the ones who think its ok just to park in the (...) View more
that I am handicapped as well as my husband. I have had both of my knee joints replaced and they need to be replaced again. My husband has kidney failure. I have had a handicapped plate for several years. Being that I am only in my late 40's most people assume that I am not handicapped. It is difficult for me to walk. When I do go shopping, which isn't often I have to use a cart to lean (...) View more
Let me scream this as loud as possible so that it's clear that the message gets through.
ABLE-BODIED PEOPLE NEED TO PARK THEIR VEHICLES SOME PLACE OTHER THAN THE HANDICAP PARKING SPOT AND WALK SOME OF THOSE POUNDS OFF THEIR ***** WHILE THEY'RE AT IT.
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I also have a disability that cannot be seen with the naked eye. I have been ill since 1996, get social security disability and am on medicare. I live in Illinois and during the summer months when it gets very hot and humid, I rarely leave the house except for early morning to go to the doctor or run errands (if I'm up to it). During the winter, I only go out when it warms up in the (...) View more
There needs to be a crackdown on Doctors who hand out stickers to individuals without a serious physical problem. They are taking away limited spots from those with a real need. The overweight and out of shape should have to park at the back of the lot. There was one old felly who thought I had parked my Porsche in a handicap spot, which I did not. He went into the restaurant, got the (...) View more
Corpus Christi, TX
I am very appalled at finding this website. I do appreciate you trying to bring this rampart abuse to the forefront, one has to remember that each individual has different circumstances. My wife is afflicted by a disease which has an effect on her mobility although from the casual observer it may not seem she is disabled. Here in Texas the heat has a drastic affect on her condition, so being (...) View more
I will say that one of the biggest things that bothers me is seeing a person with a placard or handicapped plate , park in a handicapped spot if they themselves are not going into the establishment. It is an insult to those that need the parking to be put out by someone that is parking in a handicapped spot only as a conveinience to themselves or someone within their party.
san francisco, CA
I am hoping that the DMV will see this post. I have been noticing that almost all the cars on a four block stretch on Grant Ave. in Chinatown San Francisco have handicapped placards. I am pretty sure that they are all frauding the system. Specifically they are between Jackson and Pine St. It is so unfair that they are parking for free all day. They need to be punished to the full extent of the (...) View more
Does not matter if you are not disabled or truly disabled. Each offender who was reported, have the shame to have their information posted. I think disable tags who only be assigned with those who can barely walk or need serious health related attention. Other than being a elder or have a oxygen tank is just useless. My neighbor is a elder, she does not the disabled placard. Another thing the (...) View more
Im getting really disturbed now to find that people are putting out first and last names of the people AND their FULL address.
if law needs to find out about a person, the license plate alone should be enough. No one hired you as a "detective" fool
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