How much do you know about handicapped parking? Unless you use one, you know the basics of not to park in a designated spot unless you have the placard or license plate. As a business owner, you need to make sure you’re knowledgeable on not only where the spots need to go, but what is involved if someone breaks those rules. This knowledge includes visibility, towing, fines, and more. Here are a few ways you need to keep on top of your handicap parking to keep your patrons safe.
Where are the signs used?
Handicap signs are to be in designated areas where those who are disabled can easily enter and exit their vehicles without obstacles. This includes passenger loading vehicles as well.