But this simple issue of right-and-wrong doesn’t seem to be clear to many people who ignore decency and do it anyway.
Fortunately, for those whose selfishness takes priority over ethics, people have found plenty of creative ways to show their disgust for violators of this social norm.
Take a look. If you’re ever thinking of cutting a corner and using a handicapped spot, this will certainly make you think again.
And that could just get you fired. No company wants to deal with the fallout from something like this going viral.
They’re not. People in wheelchairs often require that space to use their ramps to exit their vehicles, so treat them the same way you would a spot.
This hologram of a man in a wheelchair appears to freak out drivers. I’m sure that drives point home, even if it’s a costly measure.
…but running into a convenience store or restaurant isn’t an emergency, making them just as guilty, if not more so.
I mean, they’re the ones in charge of policing this and setting an example.
Sometimes, people just don’t realize that beyond the signs and blue paint, the spots exist for actual people who have a harder time getting around.
It’s a lesson in humanity for some who may forget.
…people do get mad, so it’s a possibility, even if it’s vandalism, pure and simple.
….but it certainly seems like sports cars and luxury cars are the most egregious offenders.
Though maybe we just tend to remember them more.
…don’t park in handicap spaces.
(The spot on the right is actually for new and expectant mothers.)
And you only had to steal two spots from disabled people to get it.
…then these crafty, and sometimes illegal, solutions by vigilantes will.