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Should a handicap motorist drive a Ferarri 458?

Should a handicap motorist drive a Ferarri 458?

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An image uploaded in SG Road Vigilante Facebook of a Ferrari 458 Italia parking at Alexandra Village Food Centre on a handicap lot. This keeps me wondering. . .  Should a disabled person drive such a monstrous car? 🤔

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But on a closer inspection. . . This Ferrari 458 did not have a handicap label yet parking at a reserved handicap lot.

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According to the accessibilityisfreedom.org website, if you attempt to park at a handicap lot, the fine is $400.

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Maybe the driver is really handicap but hasn't applied for the handicap label. So just in case, you need to know how to go about it.

1) Online via e-Service (SingPass required)

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2) By email or post

carparklabels@sgenable.sg
or
SG Enable – Car Park Label Scheme
20 Lengkok Bahru
#01-01
Singapore 159053

Required documents:

- Class 1 Application Form

- Note: The Mobility Report must be completed by a Singapore registered medical doctor.

- Clear photocopy of the Applicant’s NRIC (Front and Back) / Passport 

- Clear photocopy of the Applicant’s Singapore driving licence (Front and Back)

- Clear photocopy of the Applicant’s Vehicle Registration Details from LTA

- Clear photocopy of Car Rental Agreement if your vehicle is a rental car

The fine has been increased from $200 to $400 yet there is still inconsiderate drivers who abuse the parking.

And here are some comments.

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Nevertheless, let's be gracious toward each other while driving! Remember to pay your parking fines! 🙂

 



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fines don't work for the ultra rich

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