Disabled drivers are calling for a crackdown on those who illegally park in disabled spaces.
A new survey from the Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland revealed this is among the top issues facing their 5,000 members.
The DDAI is calling for the extension of enforcement policies for Gardai and traffic wardens, and the possible introduction of penalty points for illegal parking in all publicly available carparks.
The survey also listed the misuse of the disabled person parking card, and the use of designated parking spaces without a permit among the biggest problems facing disabled drivers.
According to the survey, the top five issues facing disabled drivers are:-