wastafirth 01 Posted April 18, 2012 Report Share Posted April 18, 2012 Most parents with children of an age which necessitates the use of the P&T spaces are in the Tesco baby/toddler club. When you join, you get a parking sticker a bit like a tax disc with an end date on it (up to youngest child's 5th birthday I think). Most people don't use them, but perhaps Tesco could enforce the display of these on the cars in these spaces? These parents surely have entered a contract with Tesco? Disabled parkers will have the use of their blue badge, then the regular customers, like Soundview says, should have some sort of contract entered into through their clubcard. But what would the punnishment be? I expect the only true and foolproof way of keeping the use of both disabled and P&T spaces for those who should be using them, is for the user to get a token from customer services to lift a barrier to exit a section of the car park. It is a shame it would come to this though as ulitmately we wouldn't be having any of these problems if these lazy people thought more about others rather than themselves. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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