handicap parking sometimes inappropriate?

Okay, I'm not trying to be ignorant, but I'm just wondering if anyone else thinks that there are too many handicap parking spaces? Whenever I go places there are always SOO many not being used.

Also, with the risk of pissing a lot of people off, I would just like to say that if they can't walk across the parking lot, how are they going to walk across a shopping mall?

Does anyone agree?

It's not that I'm lazy, I'm actually in really good shape, but I just don't understand why in huge stores like Walmart or sears, there has to be 10 designated parking spaces for handicap people at the front of the store, when they are going to be walking around inside.

If you can't walk across a parking lot, don't walk around for hours inside.

Personally, ever since I paid hundreds of dollars to repair a ding on my car, I've been parking far away from the building.

I never park near the entrance, but I have noticed more and more cars parking near me, while the empty handicap spaces lay there, a total waste of real estate and resources. —I love to walk

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