Since I read “Parking stalkers wreak havoc on campus” by Jeff Martin, I had to write and pose another question.
As a disabled student I get to park in the spaces up front. But I have come out on several occasions and found that I cannot get into my car because someone has parked right next to me where there are lines meaning no parking. I have not been able to get a handicapped space a few times and have chosen to park a little further out so that I do not make it hard for someone else to get in their car and so that their car does not get a dent or a scratch like mine has.
If I can park out a little further and respect their cars, how come they cannot do the same for me?
Phil Napier Disabled Veteran and Student