It’s one of the biggest gripes of people with access needs – drivers who park in accessible (or mobility) parking spaces when they don’t need to.
It’s tempting to get mad, challenge them or report them, but now you can just give them a different way to think, which may stop them doing it again.
We’ve designed a funny but thought-provoking notice that you can leave on the car windscreen or even politely hand to someone. It reads:
Recent research shows that non-disabled people who park in accessible parking spaces are five times more likely to become disabled themselves than those who don’t.
But don’t worry, apart from non-disabled people parking in accessible parking spaces, being disabled isn’t as bad as you’d think.
They are available in two sizes:
210 x 148 mm 8.3 x 5.8 in
2 per page
access-parking-large.pdf (1.1 MB)
148 x 105 mm
5.8 x 4.1 in
4 per page
access-parking-small.pdf (239 KB)
Simply download the size you want, print, cut and keep a stash in your bag or car.
Spread the word and let us know if you use them by leaving a comment below!