As a wheelchair user currently parking in a Disabled marked parking spot in my company's building Mon-Fri, should I have to pay the full amount of the parking fees for a spot that can be used by any other disabled user with a disabled parking permit?
Hi, thanks for the quick reply. If my company isn't able to give me the spot exclusively, and it is the only spot appropriate for my needs. What options, paths of recourse, might I have to go back to them with? Being as it is, that I am reliant on driving myself to work(office) Mon-Fri to perform my job, due to public transport is not readily available/practicable in my situation.
I think they have an obligation to provide parking, and if this is the only spot which works for you, then you should have exclusive use. Do others at your work pay for parks?
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