Hypothetical Question Of The Night.

You are elderly, disabled (bad hip, limp, need a cane to walk), and have a placard to park in handicapped spots.

You are picking up your grand-kid from a place that has two handicapped parking spots right by the entrance and sidewalk ramp.

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YOU HAVE NO INTENTION NOR NEED TO EXIT YOUR VEHICLE.

Do you park in the spot anyways, to afford your kin an easier walk to your car, or do you save them for other handicapped persons to use the spots for their own benefit, assuming they need close parking, or access to the ramp for a wheelchair/mobility device?

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