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from Bemidji, MN
About Me Elderly, Long Term User
Comments about Handicap Placard Hanger:
everyone with a permit needs this.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Easy to use
from West Allis, WI
About Me Diabetic, Elderly
Keeps placard handy and safe!
from New Jersey
About Me Arthritic, Elderly, Long Term User
Easy to locate - easy to use - great protection for handicap sign
from Westbury, NY
We recently got a handicap parking permit for my Mom, and this will keep it in good condition while floating around in our glove compartment.
Measure twice, order once.....avoid my disappointment
from Raleigh NC
About Me Caregiver
Silly me...a previous order worked great but North Carolina has changed its placards to oversized, coated plastic that requires trimming the top to fit this particular holder
will buy again,
will use when I go out, to doctors, stores travelit will protect my handicap parking tag!
Keep your Handicap card in good condition
By The Queen
from Monroe, WI.
The holder is great for keeping your card clean and not having it tare. We live in a cold climate and the plastic does not hold up as well.
Convenient and Handy but can not take Arizona Heat
from Scottsdale, Arizona
If the hook breaks it can be easily attached with the spring form clips and attach a rubber band to the clip. Actually it is easier to hang on the rear view mirror.
Handy Placard Holder
from Oceanport, NJ
About Me Driver For Handicapped Fr
I do most of the driving for a handicapped friend. It keeps the handicap placard from getting torn. The placards are not as durable as they used to be.
How's it hanging?
By phriendly Phred
from Monroe, NC
About Me Arthritic, Caregiver, Elderly, Long Term User
It's actually hanging better. The State elected to make the placard out of a cheaper and thinner piece of cardstock several years ago. Of course, I tore the upper part off (the hook) after a couple of years. Duct tape to the rescue, but it looked terrible. Your product answered my ("why doesn't somebody make?") a plastic sleeve to put these in? Thanks to you and the vendor.