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Marina

Russia's idea of how to stop able people parking in disabled bays

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Scully

Brilliant !

 

At least it may shock some drivers into showing some respect for those who do have the right to park in disabled spaces.

 

Scully

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jayjill

Wow! That would cause some to think again! Brilliant stuff. Other countries need to follow this example.

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Happymama

Someone will have to describe what happened.  YouTube vt not available now.  

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Marina

I think this may be the same video, or similar. The basics are in it, nevertheless.

 

 

 

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Shirl

Who knew the Russians would show us how to care? The interesting thing here would be the instruction not to display Blue Badges in the windscreen permanently. So that would need to change or we would need to remember before parking. The sentiment behind the gismo is excellent.

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