Following on from yesterday’s Parking Solution and a visit to the supermarket I managed to obtain further evidence to galvanise my amazing yet simple solution to bring harmony to all in the dreaded carpark. It was raining which always means a packed carpark (which it was). So what did I find when I arrived? For the sake of this article I parked in the Family & Children space, as despite the rain, there were a few going.
Happy I wasn’t going to return to a dinged car, I went on my way and did a bit of shopping. However – again strengthening my solution – I discovered a total of 22 unused disabled spaces just walking to the store front. At the store front I also saw many empty disabled spaces. Now unless disabled people multiply and turn into Gremlins if splashed with water and stay at home, I’d say there are too many spaces.
The planners are either expecting a Day Of The Disables or they were all in the special needs class in Maths. This might sound a little derogatory, but I’m only going on the blatant facts – I’m in no way suggesting that disabled people are the problem or trying to do them an injustice.
With the nightmare that is the supermarket completed, I arrived back at my car happy that no clumsy oaf had dinged it. And it looks like I’m not the only one who cares about their car.