Blue Badge holder exemptions

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daviemck2006
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Re: Blue Badge holder exemptions

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I need the disabled spaces in most carparks so that I can get the door fully open to get out and in the car. If someone parks too close to my drivers door, espically if I am in the 407 with its huge doors, I cant get the door open enough. I really need to get both feet out while still on the seat then stand up straight, and when getting in stand back to the car and sit down straight then swing my legs in. Try doing that in a normal space where you have about a foot wider than the car. If I twist my back the wrong way then I can be near bedded and immobile for days.
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Re: Blue Badge holder exemptions

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as the thread is derailed slightly i'll bring it back on line.....
Pass has now shown up, credit card sized ID card, show it to the booth operator and hey presto....
has to be person on card and nominated car...use it Southbound and its £5.90 saved as we go through main Peage, return for us is £4.80 exit before the Northbound Peage so £10.70 'saving'...yes please!!
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Re: Blue Badge holder exemptions

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Actually, on topic, as you mentioned it in the original post. V6 hdi pug 407 road tax. I do not pay over £500!
Skoda Karoq 1.6tdi 2018
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Seat Leon 1.5tsi tourer 2019 daughter 1
C1 vtr+ 2010 daughter 2