Are you ready for another rant about parking from someone who isn't even driving at this point?
Well, I really don't care. I believe I have the right since I only have one parking ticket for parking on the street during rush hour because I had forgotten that it started and I was still in the shops (paid it as soon as I got it), and one warning for going left through a yellow (the one where I had been sitting in the middle of the intersection waiting for it to clear, no less). No speeding tickets, no DUI, no driving without insurance. I think I've earned the right to rant about other people and their parking *ESPECIALLY* when it comes to handicapped spaces! So here it goes:
If you drive a tank, realize that you are going to have to park in the desert. Parking and taking up two spaces where other people have t be around you is being a total douche. YOU PARK LIKE AN ASSHOLE.COM. This should be a sister site to RHU. You can make "parking tickets" to put under their wipers. If I had something to write with, I'd have written a note to the idiot in the white truck and told him what an asshole he was and to look for his truck on the site... or here! (below)
Now let's discuss handicapped parking spaces. I'll just narrow it down to the one right in front of the office at my apartment complex since that's the one I see when I walk my dog. For some reason it is a magnet for all of the repair vehicles here. Forone thing it's the largest parking spot, and for another, its right in front of the office. All the workers have to do is walk right in.
I never got around to calling the company on the small pick-up, but I did call on the large box van because they were taking up the whole space. I called the office, told them that their truck was blocking a handicapped space. Instead of being blown off, I was switched over to dispatch who was mortified to hear about it and they said they would get in touch with their driver right away and have them move it. Score 1. Of course mentioning that you are disabled and that you find it really annoying that people treat as the "Wow!-This-is-a-great-big-spot-rught-next-to-the-office!" spot goes a long way in getting your point across.