According to wikipedia, Budweiser is an American-style pale lager produced by Belgian multinational corporation Anheuser–Busch InBev. Budweiser used to be an American Company and possibly at that time they might have had a clue how to train their drivers. But not now, there is no way that this driver got proper training on how to respect the handicap spaces as a top priority. This Mcdonalds is located across from the Orlando Convention Center and has a huge parking area behind the store. The Driver could have driven one hundred feet and had the parking lot to Himself on this day, June 9, 2016 at 8:30 am. But He chose to block not one but three handicap spots and not only for a minute, He actually got His breakfast to eat in the store. I was there for at least 20 minutes while His truck idled and He ate pancakes.
As most states do, Florida requires that commercial trucks display a DOT number on the driver’s door. I feel like maybe this driver is more ignorant than inconsiderate because there is His DOT number for all to see while He is breaking the law. I have never seen a driver in less of a hurry than this driver. Most of these drivers are in a big hurry but This guy was very chill and in no hurry whatsoever. It is just as shocking that the store manager did not do anything about this abuser. The store workers have a perfect view of the truck from inside.
Does Anyone think this is okay? The truck is too big for the parking spaces so it is okay to block handicap People from using their spaces? If You cannot understand how wrong this is maybe You do not have a family member or close friend that needs a handicap spot. When is it okay to use a Handicap spot?
When You are in a big hurry? NO
When You are only going to be a minute? NO
When You cannot find any other spots? NO
When someone in Your car is handicap? NO. At least this excuse has a little merit but it is still wrong, in this case You drive up to the door of the store, let the handicap Person out then go find a legal spot to park.
It is NEVER okay to park in a Handicap parking space if You are not the holder of a handicap parking permit.