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By Bill O'ConnorOne of the most important factors in quality of life for people with disabilities is the use of parking placards to assist with accessibility. Whether it is doing life's tasks or enjoying recreational activities, the abuse of parking placards becomes a lesser quality of life for disabled people. Read more.
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