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Parking law for the disabled covers commercial vehicles

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 11, 2014

~~<p><strong>Question:</strong> I&rsquo;ve noticed a lunch wagon with a handicapped-parking permit parked in a metered stall for free. I&rsquo;ve also seen a big yellow school bus parked in a metered stall with a handicap permit and a taxi with a handicap permit waiting in a metered stall. They&rsquo;re parking for free. Is this allowed?</p>
<p><strong>Answer:</strong> The disability law does not restrict the use of disabled-parking placards to noncommercial vehicles.</p>
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Question: I’ve noticed a lunch wagon with a handicapped-parking permit parked in a metered stall for free. I’ve also seen a big yellow school bus parked in a metered stall with a handicap permit and a taxi with a handicap permit waiting in a metered stall. They’re parking for free. Is this allowed?

Answer: The disability law does not restrict the use of disabled-parking placards to noncommercial vehicles. Login for more...



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