Parent and toddler spaces!

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  1. kellie80

    kellie80 Well-Known Member

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    HALLELUJAH
     
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    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    at bloody last :dance:
     
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    Emmylou Well-Known Member

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    About bl**dy time!!!

    How do you think they'll know though......our car doesn't look like we have a baby from the outside? You can't see into the back as DH has reflective tint on the windows (not in a chav way :wink: )
     
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    i reckon they will be watching most of the time, they might even employ a couple of blokes for that reason, maybe?
     
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    I agree with the fining for the disabled spaces - bit overboard for themums ad baby ones though
     
  7. Emmylou

    Emmylou Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, never even thought of that, thought they might just look at the cars and decide whether they were parents' cars iykwim.

    I didn't wanna have to keep going into Customer Services to argue the toss.

    Woohoo, lets hope more places follow suit!! :D
     
  8. paradysso

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    our tesco has a man whos stands about and watches who parks in the spaces and tell people with no kids to shift it :D
     
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    Aww I wish mine did... hopefully this adsa thing will make tesco follow suit.
     
  10. paradysso

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    i hope so. and i think its such a good way to raise money for childrens charities, but i cant see tesco willing to give the fine money to charity :x
     
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    how old do the child have 2 be untill u cant rele park in the parent n child places???
     
  12. beanie

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    I got sent a thing from tesco yesterday which said up to 3 years, not sure on the ASDA thing.
     
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    Tegala-7thMarch08 Well-Known Member

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    is that because of buggies and stuff?
     
  14. paradysso

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    yeah and the extra room needed to open the door to be able to lean in to strap baby in car seat etc.
     
  15. mummykay

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    pffft OHs car looks like its out of a Max Power mag, no way child friendly and 'sensible' haha :lol: :lol:

    Jam has his own bucket seat in the back lol, my car will be the big family car i reckon, lots of room for more babies :wink: :lol:
     
  16. Riley's Mommy

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    i should think so aswell.

    these rules are never properly inforced.

    so often i see the moms and tots spots (im a poet :rotfl: ) taken up by poeple with no children, or people with older children.



    just a darn shame we dont have a Asda here yet :rotfl:
     
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    :cheer: :cheer: :cheer: thanks bloody god!
    does this mean at ALL adsas, or just where that news story was printed?

    i can't wait to see those lazy buggars faces that park there with a lot older kids or no kids being told to move :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

    when i have just Josh & Georgia with me ( not very often though) who are 6&11 i never park in them, would never dare to.

    i am my local Asdas mother & toddler parking space spy :lol: when i go shopping i scrutinize all the cars parked there& say to poor Rich 'that car hasn't got a car seat in it' :shakehead: :rotfl:
     
  18. kellie80

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    Its gonna be in all Asdas. The did a trail in merseyside which went well. I read in another article that it starts on Monday in London but they are planning to do it in all Asdas that own there own car park by mid march :D
    I just hope other stores follow suit!
     
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    our tesco permit thing says 5 years. Its a sticker that you're supposed to put it in the windscreen, but we just sit it on the dash board...
     

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