Monday, March 9, 2009

Reserved Parking

This orange and yellow teardrop shape is called a Koreisha mark, and is used to indicated an "aged person at the wheel." An individual who is 70 or over is strongly encouraged to display this on both the front and the back of their vehicle, and upon reaching 75 years of age it is a requirement to display it. And sometimes it gets you reserved parking spaces.

2 comments:

JohnnyMacG said...

thinking the 75+ crowd should have loudspeakers and a tape that screams "Tora Tora Tora"

LJ said...

I had to google that... Have you seen the movie?