Sheer laziness to park in Wirral disabled spaces

Sheer laziness to park in Wirral disabled spaces

Sheer laziness to park in Wirral disabled spaces

First published in Letters

I LIVE in Wallasey Village and get really annoyed when I see cars without disabled badges parking in the three disabled spaces directly outside the shop.

Not only that, but often people will park on the double yellow lines at the side of the road (when the disabled car park is unavailable), making access to the large car park to the rear of the shop quite difficult.

In my opinion, this is sheer laziness and I can’t understand why people refuse to take an extra few minutes to walk round from the car park.

It angers me that a disabled customer may have to drive past as they are unable to use the spaces allocated for them.

Please think twice, lazy people!

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10:40am Wed 26 Mar 14

uncatom says...

I agree entirely, I think the shop in question is next door to one of the many eateries situated around the village whose clients park on the double yellows outside the shop and also use the disabled spaces outside of the supermarket, they also park at the entrance causing obstruction to deliveries vehicles, white van man syndrome, a definite case for parking wardens.
I agree entirely, I think the shop in question is next door to one of the many eateries situated around the village whose clients park on the double yellows outside the shop and also use the disabled spaces outside of the supermarket, they also park at the entrance causing obstruction to deliveries vehicles, white van man syndrome, a definite case for parking wardens. uncatom
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9:42am Thu 27 Mar 14

bickyboy says...

Many drivers now park on double yellow lines outside the betting shop opposite Coronation buildings, presumably so that they can pop on for a quick wager, creating a hazard for people approaching the lights. As far as I can tell, no action is being taken by parking wardens, so maybe the council, overwhelmed by this tidal wave of selfishness and bone idleness, have given up on parking enforcement altogether?
Many drivers now park on double yellow lines outside the betting shop opposite Coronation buildings, presumably so that they can pop on for a quick wager, creating a hazard for people approaching the lights. As far as I can tell, no action is being taken by parking wardens, so maybe the council, overwhelmed by this tidal wave of selfishness and bone idleness, have given up on parking enforcement altogether? bickyboy
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5:23pm Mon 31 Mar 14

JohnON says...

It's one of my pet hates as well.....

http://blog.vwlowen.
co.uk/?p=244
It's one of my pet hates as well..... http://blog.vwlowen. co.uk/?p=244 JohnON
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3:06pm Tue 1 Apr 14

rover600 says...

These look like parking places provided by the shops? If so complain to the Management, if they say they can't do anything about it complain to their head office, in the meantime as the driver of a car when with my wife in it who is a blue badge holder If I came across such inconsiderate parking as in in the spots with no blue badge visible, I would park broadside across the back of them wedging them in until I was ready to move! Sadly the selfish idiots who park in this manner will only learn when they are inconvenienced. As for double yellow line parking, report it to the Police!
These look like parking places provided by the shops? If so complain to the Management, if they say they can't do anything about it complain to their head office, in the meantime as the driver of a car when with my wife in it who is a blue badge holder If I came across such inconsiderate parking as in in the spots with no blue badge visible, I would park broadside across the back of them wedging them in until I was ready to move! Sadly the selfish idiots who park in this manner will only learn when they are inconvenienced. As for double yellow line parking, report it to the Police! rover600
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