New App To Help Mobility Aid Users “Take Back Their Streets” By Reporting Illegal Parking

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By Calvin Barnett in Thiis.

 

A new app giving disabled people the power to report parking infringements to their local councils is hoping to stop situations where people using mobility devices are forced to make unsafe manoeuvres to get past illegally parked vehicles.

Developed by brother and sister team Alex Mühlhölzl, Chief Operating Officer, and Lisa Mühlhölzl, Chief Executive Officer, the eFine app is set to help stop drivers blocking pavements that are needed for those with mobility aids.

Lisa, who first had the idea whilst commuting to work in London, commented: “I regularly got caught in a bus while traffic went from two way to one way due to an inconsiderately parked car on a narrow street.

 

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