An impossible task
I’VE come up with an idea of how supermarkets can improve their turnover after our usual shopping trip to Asda.
I have a blue badge so I need to park close to the store in the disabled bay.
This is a task almost impossible. It appears every man and his dog need to park close to the store.
The abuse of these parking spaces never cease to amaze me.
The store should employ one or two people to patrol the spaces checking for blue badges to stop the mums or persons needing to go to the cash dispenser.
I have seen many disabled people drive away, as I have done, and gone shopping elsewhere simply because the spaces are taken by uncaring drivers.
It should be made illegal so these people can be clamped and fined for being so inconsiderate to disabled drivers.
If you park in normal car parks inconsiderately you get a fine so why not use these laws to cover disabled parking