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Default Disabled Badge Parking

Personally, I don't like those who display the "Please leave 8 feet -
Wheelchair access required" signs. Not only do I measure almost
everything (speeds and certain distances excepted) in Metric so I have
no idea how big or small 8 feet is - why don't they park at the end of
the bay (if this is possible) rather than in the middle of it - wasting
space or why can't the driver move the vehicle.


Someone from the UK who doesn't know what 8ft is!

Careful of those low bridges, y'hear?

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