The other day, I was pulling into one of my favorite grocery stores looking for a handicap parking spot. I spotted one only two spots from the door, but before I could get to it, a black Chevy, driven by a woman, zipped right into it. The woman and a young girl, about 10 or 11 years old, then jumped out and headed into the store. There were no handicapped plates or a placard displayed on the vehicle.
I sat there and thought to myself, “there is a mother of a young child teaching her that it’s all right to break the law — just ignore a lawful sign and take away a specially designated spot for a disabled person.”