What YOU say about plans to fine shoppers who park in disabled and parent bays
Daily Post readers have welcomed the news drivers who park in disabled and parent bays at Tesco stores could be fined.
Supermarket shoppers who park in disabled and parents bay without valid permits will be fined £70.
Tesco will give smartphone apps to staff which will enable them to target drivers who flout the rules.
Readers have supported the plans on social media saying its "about time this came into force".
Here's what you have to say on the Daily Post Facebook page .
"Every shopping centre should do this" Betty Davies said: "Good! I've got children, but they... read more
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