A majority of drivers want to see people who misuse disabled and baby parking bays in car parks to be named and shamed in public.
Others say that banning anti-social parkers from shops would be another way of preventing them for blocking spaces for drivers with special needs, a Yorkshire-based car leasing provider has found.
However, there may be some reluctance on the part of both store operators and local authorities due to the potential of bad publicity if somebody is wrongly accused, the Flexed.co.uk car lease company says.
"Even the most mild-mannered shopper's blood boils at the sight of somebody parking in a disabled bay who marches off like there's nothing wrong with them," said Flexed.co.uk spokesperson Mark Hall.
"It's important that genuine offenders are somehow stopped from doing it again."
Flexed.co.uk asked over 800 drivers about what would be a fitting way to deal with restricted bay offenders:
92% said they should be named-and-shamed in public
83% said they should be fined
65% said they should be banned from the shop or shops involved
54% said the "punishment" should be the same irrespective of whether it was on public or private land
While there's clearly public appetite to shaming drivers who flout parking rules, there are practical difficulties in making it a reality, according to Hall, most notably in making sure you've got the right person.
"Both councils and supermarkets will be reluctant to paste faces or number plates up in public because they don't want bad publicity if somebody is accused by mistake. Some people don't have obvious disabilities, and that is bound to lead to problems," he said.