These Holograms Prevent Drivers From Illegally Parking In Handicap Spaces

Sep 26, 2015 By Jake Brannon
It's easy to do wrong if you never have to see the people affected by your actions. Even things that seem harmless, like leaving a bit of trash on the ground or parking illegally for a few minutes, have consequences that someone will eventually pay for. A new feature in Russian parking decks requires illegal parkers to see the people their actions are harming.

An astounding 30 percent of Russian drivers illegally park in handicap spaces, forcing disabled drivers and their passengers to park further away. By putting a real face on the victims of this crime, Russia hopes to deter illegal parking through empathy. The world would be a better place if we all remembered to love one another, even though we can't alway see each other.
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