Fraudulent Use of H/C Parking Placards and Plates
Dan.Pop at cern.ch
Wed Feb 23 11:49:08 PST 2000
On Wed, 23 Feb 2000 Ranitak at aol.com wrote:
> not true, if an ab's need is real, then this person should see his/her dr.
> if there is a *valid* permanent, or even temporary disability, then there
> SHOULD be no denial.
You seem to have missed the "at times" words, at the end of the end of
the phrase. I.e. the need for the convenience of a H/C space is real,
but it is neither permanent nor temporary, it is *transient*. It
doesn't last long (a matter of days), but it comes at random moments.
Most AB's do experience such a need (a sprained ankle, an injured
> In a message dated 2/23/2000 2:35:39 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> Dan.Pop at cern.ch writes:
> My point is that AB's can have exactly the same kind of "need" of a
> H/C space as disabled people who are not wheelchair users, at times.
> And yet, they are denied that right. ^^^^^^^^
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