FOWC with Fandango: Procure

How’s that. I was visiting Mr. Swiss and usually I park my scooter at the side at the end of the parking spaces. However, some idiot with a car parked on my space, so I parked my little battery driven scooter on an empty parking space. I felt quite important. Luckily there were not so many visitors on that afternoon.

FOWC with Fandango: Procure

6 thoughts on “FOWC with Fandango: Procure

      • If the spot isn’t marked for disabled, perhaps the manager of the care center could fix that for you and create a spot the right size – and close to the door! – for you to park. I’m unaware of laws there for creation of handicap parking, of course, but I’m sure there is some better arrangement for you.

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        • It is not such a large complex and I have a loose arrangement to park at the side of the parking lot. Most visitors have their own car, but I have my scooter. Generally the cars are parked on the parking space, but now and again a mechanic decides to park quickly where i usually park. I just park on an empty space. It is not worth making a fuss. Everyone knows me and that I am visiting my husband.


          • As long as you can survive this safely, are comfortable that it is a rare situation, that’s what matters!

            I had a situation where a neighbor’s friends were always parking in my spot, leaving me no happy close by options. I finely resolved it by sending into the state for a handicap mirror tag, then installing a handicap parking sign behind my spot.

            I needed the handicap marker long before I got one, but I was unable to get it across to the neighbor’s friend that just because it was convenient for her to park in my spot, it was a major, painful inconvenience for me to park in alternative spots, then walk the long distances that entailed.

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          • Where I live I have my own parking space in the garage. Mr. Swiss and I both had our own place for our cars. We eventually had no cars so we sold one of the parking spots and kept the other for our scooters. Mr. Swiss is now in his home and has a place for his scooter there although he does not use it so much.


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