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Published: Friday, Dec. 27 2013 1:40 p.m. MST

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Phoenix, AZ

"Handicapped parking spots often piled with snow"

Handicapped parking lots are also often filled with vehicles driven by folks that are not handicapped.

Salt Lake, UT

People like her with spinal injuries I understand the need for these parking spots, but when i see someone get a handicap placard just because they let themselves get overweight. We are not doing them a favor by letting them park there, they should park farther away to get the exercise they need to lose the weight, don't give them mobile shopping carts either. I should mention I am over weight and do park away so I can get more exercise, It is helping along with me eliminating sugar from my life and watching portions.

South Weber, UT

With so many handicapped parking spots in every lot, I'm sure you'll cope.

Bountiful, UT

If the handicapped stall is covered choose another one. If you can walk to the store from the parking lot and you can walk once you are in the store, you can make due with some other parking stall until it gets serviced.

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