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@ah the point was not that people with driveways shouldn't get VPP, it was that DC shouldn't just mail them to everyone, including people who don't need them (i.e. their driveway can accommodate their guests or they don't have guests or whatever). I agree that there should be a charge for VPP, at the very least, people should have to request a pass and agree to the rules for the pass.

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