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12-02-2016 17:27 #23
Eta: interestingly, in the two centers I frequent, the parent spots are actually closer to the entrance than the disabled spots. I actually saw them start to park somewhere else and then they saw that spot and moved to it, there was plenty of parking. He had a souped up car so I guarantee it was a case of him not wanting his car dinged.
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It's 3 spots for disabled and lots of parking for non disabled.
Like I said if there was one taken and only 2 left dh would not have parked. But there were 3, we were quick and the chances of 3 more disabled people needing a spot in that 5min is highly unlikely.
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