What is wrong with people that they park ON THE ACCESS AISLE next to cars so far onto the ramp a wheelchair, scooter, walker can't get by? It's always done by people who can walk and who have a disability tag, though that's no excuse since I have always parked carefully for that reason, and because people may need more room to get into their vehicles. And what's the deal with motorcycles and mopeds parking on them, sometimes the only accessible route into a store or building? What about the striped lines beckons them and says, hey, park here, screw disabled people?
Cars were parked on every access ramp in one location today, too far over for me to get onto the sidewalk. And my daughter's Girl Scout leader does this every single week, making it impossible for me to get into the building.