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Name & Shame: Photos of people abusing handicap spots / D-Bag Parking

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One entitled idiot is trying to assemble the rest of the entitled idiots.

The street is signed "No Parking" on one side, and "No Parking 8am-6pm Mon-Fri" on the other side. On Friday afternoon, bylaw came by and gave like 20 cars tickets for parking before 6pm.

The Waterloo website says that "bylaw officers will not enforce overnight parking regulations or on-street time limits". But I suspect the time limit is the 3hr limit stipulated in the bylaw, not the 8am-6pm restriction.

Building E has no parking lot, and Waterloo doesn't allow street parking. So this person has been scrounging for parking and dodging bylaw long before COVID.
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derass wrote: One entitled idiot is trying to assemble the rest of the entitled idiots.

The street is signed "No Parking" on one side, and "No Parking 8am-6pm Mon-Fri" on the other side. On Friday afternoon, bylaw came by and gave like 20 cars tickets for parking before 6pm.

The Waterloo website says that "bylaw officers will not enforce overnight parking regulations or on-street time limits". But I suspect the time limit is the 3hr limit stipulated in the bylaw, not the 8am-6pm restriction.

Building E has no parking lot, and Waterloo doesn't allow street parking. So this person has been scrounging for parking and dodging bylaw long before COVID.
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Haz wrote: Not sure you care but your license plate information is in the picture.
How do you know the car he put the note on with the ticket is his? According to the statement "One entitled idiot is trying to assemble the rest of the entitled idiots", if the car was his that got a ticket, then he'd be calling himself one of the entitled idiots.
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Haz wrote: Not sure you care but your license plate information is in the picture.
LP is also displayed all the time in public, whenever his car is...out in public. Never understood people doing stuff like hiding LPs and VINs--these things are publicly viewable and no one is gonna be able to "steal your identity" and do something like take out a mortgage in your name if all they have is your plate number or the serial# on your dash or something lol. Tin foil hatting has gotten way out of hand these days.
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derass wrote: So this person has been scrounging for parking and dodging bylaw long before COVID.
I like free and unrestricted parking as much as the next RFDer, but I cannot understand why the cities and municipalities thought that dropping enforcement would be a good idea. "We want you to stay at home, so we're going to offer you free parking everywhere in the city, and in your permit-only neighborhood, we're going to let everyone who doesn't have a permit there park there too, making it harder to find a spot in your own neighborhood." I mean what did the city think was going to happen? Vancouver has already reinstated parking enforcement in several permit-only neighbourhoods after they were overrun by non-residents flocking to the parks and beaches, and people who live there could no longer find spots to park.
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engineered wrote: Vancouver plate HM152R on a white Dodge SUV is a douchebag parker.
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Kiraly wrote: Run the plate number here, this guy has $750 worth of outstanding parking tickets in Vancouver: https://revservices.vancouver.ca/PRDWS/ ... 3506652928

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Social distance with a friend and park in 249 and 252 to box them in :P
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TuxedoBlack wrote: That looks like @Blubbs new Honda Clarity in white. LOL.
Lol, we were supposed to be out on the West coast visiting family right now too. Sigh.
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Blubbs wrote: Lol, we were supposed to be out on the West coast visiting family right now too. Sigh.
Whatever you do, just (try to) stay away from that white Dodge. Hahah.
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Kingsmen17 wrote: Taking 2 spots
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xrvr wrote: Ahaha.

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I bet anyone could park if they were trained for 10 years by hundreds of engineers... or just get a car with self parking :)
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Kiraly wrote: Run the plate number here, this guy has $750 worth of outstanding parking tickets in Vancouver: https://revservices.vancouver.ca/PRDWS/ ... 3506652928

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How can they renew their insurance? I thought if you had any outstanding city tickets, ICBC won't renew until you pay all. I think this is the case with ICBC no matter what municipality ticketed you, so you could get a ticket up north and still not be able to renew if you live in the lower mainland
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Messerschmitt wrote: How can they renew their insurance? I thought if you had any outstanding city tickets, ICBC won't renew until you pay all. I think this is the case with ICBC no matter what municipality ticketed you, so you could get a ticket up north and still not be able to renew if you live in the lower mainland
Nope. That's only the case for provincially issued tickets like speeding tickets.

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