"Handicap Parking" and Other Errors

Counting Those Words in Prepositional Phrases Reading "Handicap Parking" and Other Errors 1 minute Next Philly, Here We Come!
Drove about 12 miles today to my stepdaughter's house for a family get-together. "Handicap Parking" at a church: Nope. It is handicapped parking. "Oversize Load" on the back of a truck: Nope. It is oversized load. These are both participles. Participles end in "-ed" or "-ing" for these regular verbs. "Less Than Ten Items" at the market: Nope. Less is for things that cannot be counted; fewer is for things that can be counted. ...less space... ...less power... ...less hair... ...fewer seats... ...fewer tomatoes... ...fewer dishes... So it has to be "fewer items." Just sayin'. Happy punctuating. Margie