Do you get frustrated when you see someone park in a handicapped spot without authorization? Now many cities and states are putting a tighter squeeze on people who park illegally in spaces for the disabled.
The tighter squeeze includes increased fines, special patrols, and even whistle-blower web sites.
Corpus Christi is on a growing list of towns taking a stand against able-bodied people parking where they shouldn't.
They even plan on doubling the size of its 8-member citizen volunteer program to write tickets to offenders.
This is all because of government studies discovering wide abuse of handicap parking.