[rescue] LCD monitor diagnosis
dgy at DakotaCom.Net
Fri Apr 28 22:34:00 CDT 2006
Sridhar Ayengar wrote:
> Don Y wrote:
>> Ah! OK. Your "operators license", not your "license plate".
>>> wheelchair logo on it. If there's any doubt about whether you have a
>>> right to that tag you're hanging while you park, the nice officer will
>>> ask to see your license, and you'd so better have that little wheelchair
>>> logo on it.
>> We have "wheelchair" plates. There doesn't seem to be too much
>> grumbling about that. But, these "portable tags" that you hang
>> from rear view mirror are just too easy to abuse. Hence the
>> effort to try to do something about them.
> I have a problem with measures like that. I often use a portable tag
> because I am often traveling with my 94-year-old grandmother who doesn't
> walk as easily as she used to. She doesn't have a driver's license, and
> she doesn't own a car. Hence, no license and no license plate.
Here, you almost *have* to have either a driver's license
or a (state issued) ID card to do damn near anything.
I.e. if a police officer questions you, how do you identify
The measures proposed here called for a photo of the person
for which the tag was issued to be part of the tag. The
objection was that this would identify "disabled people".
(um, can't you design a FOLDED tag where the photo is
interior to the fold??)
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