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.
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