Why do car drivers park on footpaths, making it impossible for pedestrians to get past?
Anyone with a pram, wheelchair or mobility scooter cannot get past without going on to the road.
It is more difficult for someone with a mobility scooter to get from pavement to road as there is usually a big drop.
I have been told it is illegal to park on pavements, but obviously drivers do not consider pedestrians.
My 92-year-old father has a mobility scooter and went out on it the other day and couldn’t get past a white van. He had to reverse and go onto the road, and as he went past the van two men just laughed at him as they watched him struggle No consideration for anyone these days.
A very disgruntled Low Bradfield resident