Should we be allowed to park in handicapped spots? This afternoon I was at Whole Foods picking up some organic sea salt and Kombucha juice. I drive a pearl white 2011 Cadillac Escalade most of the time and drove it to the store today. Well, when I was headed back out to my vehicle with my items, I noticed a ding in the driver's side door. I was pissed off. Probably some poor excuse for a parent who let their Autistic kid push the cart back or something. Either that or some poor high on bath salts trying to break into people's vehicles.
Now why should I have to deal with this ever again. Every time I go to the store or anywhere for that matter, there's 16 unoccupied handicapped spots close to the front with wider spaces than most. A Cadillac Escalade is a huge vehicle and it's a tight squeeze in most places of business. Plus you have to consider that most people just don't know how to drive and park a vehicle. Why can't people with expensive vehicles purchase some kind of permit that we can hang from our rear views like the cripples that says we can park in a designated area.
Now, I have to waste my valuable time calling the insurance company and having them repair it which means putting my Escalade in the shop. This means I'm gonna have to drive a much smaller alternative vehicle in the meantime.