Handicap Parking Part I

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After I had proven my ability to drive with hand throttle in front of the technical control association and my hand throttle customized car had been delivered mid December I applied for a

personalised disabled parking place.

This worked out extremely fast.
At this point thanks to the staff of the road traffic department of the city of Frankfurt. Within a few days the corresponding sign was placed and the parking place roughly labelled, because at that time another car was parking there.

I was assured that the

Handicap label

on the street would be fixed later on.

At this time constantly other cars were parking on my parking place. I was appreciative because the sign is only visible well from one side, and these morons were parking against the driving direction. Well…

In the year 2009 I stood one single time on my disabled parking place.

On December 28th the road traffic department put two signs up

Absolute stopping restriction due to labelling work

to keep the place free so that the missing street labelling could be accomplished.

This meant for me to keep my parking place free.

On New Year’s Eve 2009/10 I unapologetically stood boozed without displayed parking permit in the

absolute stopping restriction zone.

This was the first and so far only time that I was standing on my parking place in 2010.
And even without a car, therefore under survey of an employee of the German disaster relief organisation (THW).

Then the snow arrived…

It is clear that the guys are busy with other things than my labelling.

From the deep of my heart I would like to thank the traffic participants who ignored the signs from the beginning out of altruism only.
The asphalt of my parking place is continuously kept dry for weeks by parking their cars above so that the labelling can be completed as soon as possible.

Which other reason should they have???

This might get funny.

Do I need a permanent line to the police?

Tell me your experiences…

If the current signs are not interesting anybody I should look for a small armoured tank with hand throttle.
With this I could then stand on the cars.
Drive defensively, drive a tank.

Translator BL

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One Response to “Handicap Parking Part I”

  1. Olaf says:

    Moin moin,
    das grausamste daran ist, dass Du ja noch nicht mal dort geparkt hast, sondern bloß gehalten.
    Weil war unter 3 Minuten und ausgestiegen bist Du auch nicht…

    Da bin ich mir sicher, denn ich war dabei und die Raketenstarts haben mich nicht vollkommen abgelenkt…;-)

    Die blauen Radlader können auch ne Palettengabel montieren.
    Wir k√∂nnen ja die Falschparker auf die M√ľlltonnen stellen….;-)
    Hier in Stuttgart haben die gr√ľnen Kollegen nen besonders wachsames Auge auf Behindertenparkpl√§tze…kann ja mal einen bitten in Frankfurt vorbeizuschneien….

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