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Tag: Handicapped parking

Injured driver wants to use handicapped spot

Injured driver wants to use handicapped spot

| 30/11/2017 | 4 Comments
What if I have a legitimate injury that makes it hard/painful for me to walk but I am not permanently disabled? Can I use a Blue Spot? Auntie’s answer: Today’s question appeared as a comment on a CNS article about the RCIPS announcing a no-tolerance policy on people who illegally park in spots [...]

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Upset by driver illegally using disabled spot

Upset by driver illegally using disabled spot

| 12/04/2017 | 10 Comments
There is a clearly marked handicapped sign in George Town which is being respected by all we law-abiding citizens of Cayman Islands. But there is one lawyer who challenges this handicapped parking and parks as and when he desires. Is there anything that can be done to make the lawyer accountable to [...]

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Acting against drivers who abuse handicapped spots

Acting against drivers who abuse handicapped spots

| 16/10/2016 | 10 Comments
Please can you tell me what I can do to stop drivers parking in blue spots and make sure they get prosecuted? I have been taking photos and posting them on Facebook so have evidence that police could use. Auntie’s answer: What a well-timed question, coming on the heels of last week’s passing of [...]

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Issue with repaved handicapped parking at hospital

Issue with repaved handicapped parking at hospital

| 07/07/2016 | 8 Comments
The recent repaving of the car park at the George Town Hospital has inexplicably not only reduced the width of the handicapped spots but also removed the extra path between cars that allowed for the passage of wheelchairs. These spots are now exactly the same size as regular spots, rendering them ab [...]

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Misuse of handicapped parking spots

Misuse of handicapped parking spots

| 23/06/2016 | 29 Comments
Is it against the law to smack any perfectly able driver who parks in a disabled spot? I was at the George Town Hospital the other day and two of the four disabled spots in the front were taken by cars without the appropriate tags. Even though the parking lot was filled to overflowing, I […] [...]

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