I live in an apartment where the space directly in front of my apartment is a disabled spot. I just started parking there because it is easier and a larger space to park but, my neighbors mother (who does not come over too often) says she will call the cops. Now I am worried. I have MS but did not get a disabled emblem or blue tag for my rear view mirror. Sometimes, it is just easier for me but not if I have to worry every time I see headlights. I hate to give in to her but, my next doctor appt. is not for a month. Can I get a ticket.
P.S. Her daughter is in the apartment the spot is assigned to. She is disabled but has no vehicle or drivers licence.
"I just started parking there because it is easier and a larger space to park"
You are gonna get slapped with very expensive citations and likely towed (thus incurring all sorts of costs and possible liens).
You will also be reported to DMV.
Look.... who doesn't want a bigger and more convenient parking spot? Hell, I want a bigger bank account. Using your logic maybe I should just go take someone elses?
I gotta tell you, 26,000+ questions answered on AVVO and I honestly thought that I had read just about everything and then there you were, all "I just started parking there because it is easier and a larger space to park".
I am pretty much speechless. Congratulations. Many a person has tried to shut me up and you did it with no effort at all.
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My wife couldn't walk without a walker and assistance for a year because of traffic accidents and she REFUSED to get a disability placard because even though she couldn't walk without her walker, she still could walk.
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