This post will hopefully make people think twice about parking badly in handicapped spots. In most parking lots, the handicapped […]
This post will hopefully make people think twice about parking badly in handicapped spots.
In most parking lots, the handicapped spots have a section with diagonal lines beside it. You might think it’s simply another walkway to the front of the store or restaurant, but it actually serves a very important purpose.
Turns out, those lines are made for wheelchair accessible ramps, letting handicapped drivers enter and exit their cars easily.
Lifestyle blogger Rachelle Chapman recently made a Facebook post about someone who had parked part of their car in the designated ramp lane, making it impossible for her to independently get back into her car.
Hopefully Rachelle’s post will raise awareness on why these lines exist and reduce the instances of people ignoring them.
Read the full heartbreaking post down below.
You guys, I seriously can't deal with this anymore. What people don't realize, is that those lines are for a ramp and/or…