What To Do Without Accessible Parking

 In #zerobarriers, Motivational Monday
Photo of a wheelchair accessible van parked diagonally in two spaces with wheelchair ramp deployed.

If designated spots are unavailable, you may legally use two spaces. Photo credit: Freedom Resource Center 

Have you ever found yourself looking for an accessible parking space only to find there are none available? This is a common occurrence but it has a simple, legal solution, assuming  you are in the states of North Dakota or Minnesota.

According to North Dakota Century Code

If the designated mobility-impaired parking spaces are occupied or unavailable, a motor vehicle displaying the distinguishing certificate specified in subsection 4, license plates issued under section 39-04-18 may park at an angle and occupy two standard parking spaces.


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