Are there locations that I may not park even with a placard or handicapped plate?
Yes, handicapped placards or plates do not allow the driver to park in restricted parking areas and in front of fire hydrants, bus stops and loading zones. This also includes zones restricted as “No Parking” during specific hours.

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1. I have a medical condition and use a handicap placard or license plate. Can I still park on the street during a snow storm?
2. Where can people with disabilities park their vehicle?
3. Are there locations that I may not park even with a placard or handicapped plate?
4. Is parking permitted in the marked lane next to a Handicapped parking space?
5. : Is it necessary for the person who is disabled to be in the vehicle to use the handicapped space?
6. What is the fine for violating a handicapped parking restriction?
7. Can disabled parking privileges be revoked?
8. Do the police investigate misuse of handicapped license plates and placards?