Another government vehicle whose driver does not know how to respect simple parking rules. Plate number SFT 558
This one is a private vehicle, Hyundai Tucson, RDX 360. This was shared many times in facebook too.The joke is that since the driver parked at two slots of Parking for Disabled passengers, he may be mentally disabled.
A good reminder for the driver of RDX 360.
Below, a police car at Sangandaan, Kalookan, parked at a busy intersection. A car with CIDG-PNP plate; then a red plate SEU 385, parked at a busy Buendia St. in Makati.
Photo credit, Para Kang Gago Mag-Park fb group, except the last photo of SEU 383, which I took when I was riding a jeepney in Buendia, nearly two years ago.
If people, government and police personnel especially, cannot follow basic and simple parking rules, we cannot expect them to follow even bigger rules, like no stealing and corruption.
Rule of law is still an alien concept to many people.
Car plates and power trip, Part 2, July 06, 2011
Rule of Law 10: On Wang-wang and Government Laws, July 04, 2010
Rule of Law 20: PNP and Rule of Men, April 21, 2013