The BAD PARKING thread [vol4]

The BAD PARKING thread [vol4]

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had ham

4,009 posts

135 months

Saturday 15th February
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DoubleD said:
nonsequitur said:
Dont like rolls said:
That is just parked for a photo ffs
Don't think so. It IS parked, but 'not on a double yellow'
It isnt really parked though is it, its been put there for a car advert.
Please don't encourage him, he's a melt at the best of times.

Red Devil

11,845 posts

160 months

Saturday 15th February
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From now on I'm packing some chalk in my glove box. smile


Escort3500

6,151 posts

97 months

Saturday 15th February
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Pericoloso said:
Escort3500 said:
Vipers said:
MartG said:
There's bad parking, and there's using a stolen blue badge issued to a now-dead child... furious

https://www.barkinganddagenhampost.co.uk/news/driv...
Excellent result.
Shame they’re not being prosecuted too.
The bottom line suggests prosecution is still a possibility.
Here's hoping they do.
True. And yes, that would be a good result.

Vipers

28,479 posts

180 months

Saturday 15th February
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Can't remember if I posted this before.


carlove

5,499 posts

119 months

Saturday 15th February
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Near full car park, yet these two knob munchers park in two spaces. The juke is worse, simply because it looks bloody disgusting.

stickleback123

5,486 posts

141 months

Sunday 16th February
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carlove said:
Near full car park, yet these two knob munchers park in two spaces. The juke is worse, simply because it looks bloody disgusting.
Ironically both of those cars are among the models I'd avoid parking next to the most, and neither would be significantly worse for being covered in door dents either hehe

MartG

15,706 posts

156 months

Thursday 20th February
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So much for leaving space for a disabled person to access their vehicle...


Frank7

4,629 posts

39 months

Thursday 20th February
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MartG said:
So much for leaving space for a disabled person to access their vehicle...

I’m certainly not taking his side, after all, judging by the blue chevrons he’s parked in a No Parking spot, but as the KIA has U.S. plates, (possibly Pennsylvania), , the white car is probably LHD, and the driver’s door can be accessed, as can the tail gate for a wheelchair.
Still not good parking though.

MartG

15,706 posts

156 months

Thursday 20th February
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Frank7 said:
MartG said:
So much for leaving space for a disabled person to access their vehicle...

I’m certainly not taking his side, after all, judging by the blue chevrons he’s parked in a No Parking spot, but as the KIA has U.S. plates, (possibly Pennsylvania), , the white car is probably LHD, and the driver’s door can be accessed, as can the tail gate for a wheelchair.
Still not good parking though.
You're assuming the disabled person is the driver:

"Christina Reynolds is at Rhea Medical Center.
18 February at 16:35 · Dayton, TN, United States
To the idiot that parked beside me in a spot that is CLEARLY marked for you to not park in, here’s a little inside as to why you do not park in this spot.

Do you see that white truck parked directly to your left?

That’s my vehicle.

Do you know why I am parked in a handicap spot?

I have a handicap placard FOR MY THREE YEAR OLD HANDICAPPED SON.

I don’t ever utilize handicap parking unless he is with me.

My son is trach and gtube dependent. He cannot walk on his own. He cannot talk. He cannot care for himself. He has to have multiple pieces of equipment with him at all times.

Not only did you park in a spot that is provided to those that are handicapped to access their vehicle with ease, you parked so close that I had to back out just to load my son and his equipment back into my vehicle.

I hope you see this post so that you do not burden anybody else who is handicapped ever again."

Frank7

4,629 posts

39 months

Thursday 20th February
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MartG said:
You're assuming the disabled person is the driver:

"Christina Reynolds is at Rhea Medical Center.
18 February at 16:35 · Dayton, TN, United States
To the idiot that parked beside me in a spot that is CLEARLY marked for you to not park in, here’s a little inside as to why you do not park in this spot.

Do you see that white truck parked directly to your left?

That’s my vehicle.

Do you know why I am parked in a handicap spot?

I have a handicap placard FOR MY THREE YEAR OLD HANDICAPPED SON.

I don’t ever utilize handicap parking unless he is with me.

My son is trach and gtube dependent. He cannot walk on his own. He cannot talk. He cannot care for himself. He has to have multiple pieces of equipment with him at all times.

Not only did you park in a spot that is provided to those that are handicapped to access their vehicle with ease, you parked so close that I had to back out just to load my son and his equipment back into my vehicle.

I hope you see this post so that you do not burden anybody else who is handicapped ever again."
Thanks Mart, your suitably chastened friend, (I hope), Frank getmecoat

Vipers

28,479 posts

180 months

Thursday 20th February
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MartG said:
You're assuming the disabled person is the driver:

"Christina Reynolds is at Rhea Medical Center.
18 February at 16:35 · Dayton, TN, United States
To the idiot that parked beside me in a spot that is CLEARLY marked for you to not park in, here’s a little inside as to why you do not park in this spot.

Do you see that white truck parked directly to your left?

That’s my vehicle.

Do you know why I am parked in a handicap spot?

I have a handicap placard FOR MY THREE YEAR OLD HANDICAPPED SON.

I don’t ever utilize handicap parking unless he is with me.

My son is trach and gtube dependent. He cannot walk on his own. He cannot talk. He cannot care for himself. He has to have multiple pieces of equipment with him at all times.

Not only did you park in a spot that is provided to those that are handicapped to access their vehicle with ease, you parked so close that I had to back out just to load my son and his equipment back into my vehicle.

I hope you see this post so that you do not burden anybody else who is handicapped ever again."
Hope she stuck that on the windscreen with duct tape.

Red Devil

11,845 posts

160 months

Thursday 20th February
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Vipers said:
Hope she stuck that on the windscreen with duct tape PVA glue.
FTFY. wink

Escort3500

6,151 posts

97 months

Friday 21st February
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Red Devil said:
Vipers said:
Hope she stuck that on the windscreen with duct tape PVA glue four self-tapping screws. FTFY smile
FTFY. wink

MartG

15,706 posts

156 months

Friday 21st February
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BigRusko

135 posts

46 months

Friday 21st February
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MartG said:
Layton. A whole new level of speshul!

MartG

15,706 posts

156 months

Friday 21st February
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BigRusko said:
MartG said:
Layton. A whole new level of speshul!
Yup biggrin

WarrenB

779 posts

70 months

Friday 21st February
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This made me cringe slightly at Heathrow's long stay car park - the front wheel is also just about on the kerb too


1ians

345 posts

145 months

Saturday 22nd February
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Crowded underground car park, but someone in their Chrysler is far too important to leave a space for others.

RV17 NBY



thetapeworm

8,561 posts

191 months

Saturday 22nd February
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AlexRS2782

5,797 posts

165 months

Saturday 22nd February
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MartG said:
Looks like they saw the advert, on the post in front of the car, and decided to dump the car and hurry off for all those £1 bargains.