Driven away from car parks

One other side of EDDC car parking policies is that they charge the holders of disabled drivers' badges for parking. To my knowledge, Exeter, Plymouth and Taunton do not. The ridiculous aspect of this policy is that it encourages disabled drivers to legal

One other side of EDDC car parking policies is that they charge the holders of disabled drivers' badges for parking.To my knowledge, Exeter, Plymouth and Taunton do not.The ridiculous aspect of this policy is that it encourages disabled drivers to legally park on, for instance, double yellow lines when an EDDC car park could be just as convenient.New Street car park, Honiton, immediately springs to mind.B R Taplin, Seaton


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