Free-parking pass?

That’s what some think.

  • There are about 500,000 temporary and permanent disabled parking permits currently in circulation in Ontario
  • Although there are only about 1,700 Ontarians who are 100 years or older, a staggering 4,400 disabled parking permits issued to centenarian drivers currently exist in the province.
  • Data obtained by the Toronto Star also shows almost 200 of these disabled permits are registered to people under the age of 16 who are, surprisingly-enough, listed as “licensed to drive”.

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