I have tried that several times and never found a space there in the times when Fleming Crescent is full. And it is really tight parking in there. So I now don't bother unless I want the recycling binsdutch knight wrote:Absolutely agree,even at 6 in the morning there are people parking in these spaces when there are other spaces free. There is also another car-park just over the road ,but heaven forbid ,they will have to walk 100 yards .
steven wrote:Is it just me or do other people get annoyed when they see able-bodied people parking in the disabled bays on Tudor Way?
I am supportive of disabilities and helping make life more normal for them but if the disability is not obvious, why do they need a special parking bay? I know that may be an inflammatory remark but I am genuinely interested. The parking bays are to give someone a larger bay and less walking distance. If the disability is not motor related then what is the benefit to them of the disabled bays?Alec wrote:steven wrote:Is it just me or do other people get annoyed when they see able-bodied people parking in the disabled bays on Tudor Way?
While I completely agree about the misuse of designated parking bays, bear in mind that not all disabilities are obvious to the casual observer. I understand that there are many disabled people who get abuse from the public for parking abuse, when they are entitled to disabled parking.
Ultimately, I guess you have to respect the blue badge, despite the fact that these two are subject to abuse.
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