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I am disabled and not able to walk long distances. Nine out of ten times when I visit the Target located at Wonderland center in Livonia (29451 Plymouth Road), there are no motorized carts available.

This prevents me from shopping at this location. If Target was a more responsible company, they would invest in more motorized carts for the disabled.

This store is located near a community where there are a great deal of elderly, so my complaints are shared by many in my neighborhood. Because of their disregard for the handicapped, I will no longer be able to shop at this store until they furnish more carts.

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Anonymous
#665069

Hello, dumba$$es::

Why haven't you run someone down for this comment....?

These dumb @$$es think the government passes out motorized scooters to every person in the United States that has either a heart problem, leg problems, or lung problems, no matter the severity of the problem.

Of course, according to them, anyone needing a scooter for mobility is fat and lazy.

How old do you think these posters are? Further, how much empathy does it look like they have for the restrictions of others?

They think that people who need scooters just go into their vaults and take out money to buy scooters to go to Target!!!!

Anonymous
#662256

Target isn't going to help you. They have NO concern for it's customers.

Just ask the three yokels who already commented!

Funny Mann
Kaohsiung, Kao-Hsiung, Taiwan, Province Of China #662165

Those are for the fat lazy people. Look at 99.9% of the people on them.

This is all over.

Look into getting your own. Fat people will not give them up.

Anonymous
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States #662159

Get there early enough to make sure you get one----like right when they open.

Anonymous
#662125

Simple solution: Get your own cart. If you have a legitimate disability, you should be able to get one at a reduced or no cost. Stop relying on the world to provide everything for you.

Anonymous
to Simon Livonia, Michigan, United States #662278

My mom has the same problem. We can't afford a motorized scooter and even if she got a free one, it wouldn't fit in her car.

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to Jill1985 #663481

These dumb @$$es think the government passes out motorized scooters to every person in the United States that has either a heart problem, leg problems, or lung problems, no matter the severity of the problem.

Of course, according to them, anyone needing a scooter for mobility is fat and lazy.

How old do you think these posters are? Further, how much empathy does it look like they have for the restrictions of others?

They think that people who need scooters just go into their vaults and take out money to buy scooters to go to Target!!!!

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