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Enforcement deters abuse of supermarket disabled parking bays, survey suggests

Disabled Motoring UK publishes results of 2017 Baywatch survey

Mark Moran
14 September 2017
Comparison of percentage levels of abuse when enforcement is used at individual supermarkets
Comparison of percentage levels of abuse when enforcement is used at individual supermarkets

 

The active enforcement of supermarket parking bays designated for people with disabilities reduces their misuse, reveals a survey conducted by the charity Disabled Motoring UK (DMUK).

Overall levels of disabled parking abuse came in at 18.5% across the supermarkets surveyed. Where enforcement was used this figure fell to 15.6% and where no enforcement was evident the overall level of observed abuse rose to 21.5%.

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