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Don’t be tempted to abuse parking spaces for the disabled | Washington State Department of Licensing

November 21, 2012 · Updated 12:00 AM
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The busy holiday shopping season makes finding good parking spots near retailers tough, but don’t be tempted to illegally park in a spot reserved for a person with a disability—even if you only plan on being in a store for a minute.

The Washington State Department of Licensing tracks disabled parking credentials more than 300,000 citizens. It is essential for shoppers with disabilities to have access to spots reserved for them.
Using a designated disabled parking spot without a disabled parking license plate or placard also may result in an unexpected holiday expense. The fine for this infraction is $250.
Individuals entitled to use parking spaces reserved for individuals with disabilities can use either a placard hanging from the rearview mirror or special disabled parking license plates.
For more information on the disabled parking program visit the DOL Website at www.dol.wa.gov or call 360-902-3770.

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