I was once challenged by some aggressive member of the public and I said I had no wish to discuss the matter but that if he wanted to note the name on the badge he could contact the Council.
But I could see it from his viewpoint that all he saw was a fit person getting into a car with a blue badge that was not his. Posted by BobQ
ANNOYED1 wrote: »
You can use the blue badge when dropping of or collecting the blue badge holder if you are taking them to the appointment. So you can park in the disabled bay and use the badge and walk with them to the building.
I dont think you can drop them off and then go park and display the badge. You would have to contact the council where you are parking.
Also most councils allow you to park in residents/permit bays which may be closer to the disabled bays. You should ask the council where you are parking.
I know that disability organisations get blue badges and im sure i have seen them park further away and come collect the disabled people.
Best thing is to ask council or department for transport.
easy wrote: »
Yes of course, we all have time to ring the local council to ask advice while we're driving round desperately searching for a parking space :mad:
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