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Free Handicapped Parking Cheaters Windshield Notes

added on September 3, 2008 by Kubrick

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Outraged by people parking in handicapped spaces when they don't need to? Handicapped Fraud was launched as a community service effort to end the misuse of handicapped parking spaces and placards. Now you can fight back. Get the license plate number and leave behind this free windshield note on the offender's car that they have been reported for parking illegally in a spot for disabled people.

It's a free downloadable .pdf that you print out with six (6) warning notes. They'll also send you free Post-It notes for a SASE, but the .pdfs are instantly downloadable.

Kubrick's take: One of the more innovative offers I've seen for a while! "Ticket" the thoughtless lazy bums!

Cheers! Kubrick
     
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  • 5888
    equipurple
    professor
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    11 8 1
    Posted by equipurple on September 3, 2008
    [reply] 0 1
    I don't often consider downloadables like this in the "deal" category, but this one gets points for originality!
  • 5890
    Kubrick
    learner
    Posted by Kubrick on September 3, 2008 [reply] 0 0
    I'm glad this posting meets your personal approval. "Points for individuality" indeed!

    Has this board truly turned into a cyberspace clone of "American Idol? It's supposed to be fun, remember?
  • 5901
    Solstice
    professor
    1 6 2
    11 4 1
    Posted by Solstice on September 3, 2008
    [reply] 1 0
    My mother is wheel chair bound, and my father has damaged knees from military service, so it really ticks me off when they have to drive round for a spot because of lazy selfish people. This was a quick vote up.
  • 5902
    Solstice
    professor
    1 6 2
    11 4 1
    Posted by Solstice on September 3, 2008
    [reply] 1 0
    As for being a deal, it costs nothing, and is providing a service to people. I think that qualifies, or is at least close enough to count.

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