VIDEO: What’s up with Crossing’s parking area?

“I will only be 5 minutes.”

“I just need to draw money.”

“I don’t like walking very far.”

“I have a sore knee!”

These are some excuses that people use when parking in bays reserved for people with disabilities.

Today, Crossing Centre announced that the center will have none of it.

This morning, the centre launched its campaign to make people aware of how their behaviour has a great influence on others.

Wheelchairs have been placed in parking bays reserved for able shoppers.

Posters were also placed on signs like this one.

“We hope that this will hit home with people, giving some a taste of their own medicine”, says Centre Management.

Read more on the morning’s events in Lowvelder next week.

Helene Eloff
Court Reporter

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