Tesco to fine shoppers for wrongly parking in disabled and parent and child bays
Supermarket giant Tesco has announced it will fine drivers as much as £70 for wrongly parking in bays designed for disabled people, or parents and children, at its stores.
The move will see staff armed with a special smartphone app to take pictures of vehicles parked in disabled bays without blue badges or incorrectly using spaces designated for parents with children under 12.
It represents Tesco's first-ever enforcement action against those who break the rules. All the evidence collected will be sent to Horizon Parking.
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