The NBC4 I-Team Exposes Parking Cheaters
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Able-bodied drivers are illegally using disabled placards issued to their friends and relatives -- including children and the deceased -- to get free and easy parking meant for people with disabilities, an NBC4 I-Team investigation... Read More
The NBC4 I-Team spotted disabled placard abuse at a Runyon Canyon parking lot.
Disabled people who can't find parking places because of placard abuse aren't the only ones who are fed up. Read More
Mike Birdsall is one of his grandfather’s caregivers, which means driving him around on errands and to various appointments. Read More
Before you report suspected abuse of a disabled parking placard, remember that disabilities don’t always show. Read More