parking space

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parking space

A marked-off portion of a parking area for short-time storage of a single motor vehicle.
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b) Unauthorized handicapped parking space users were vehicles driven by or used to transport a person with a mobility impairment but which failed to display a handicapped parking permit,
If readily achievable, the first handicapped parking space provided must be a van-accessible space.
Handicapped parking spaces can be for people with mobility impairments, so (public entities) would want to make sure such people are able to get to and from their parking space.
We are the people that you `tsk, tsk' over because we might look too good to use a handicapped parking space.
Val Conrad of Sylmar was backing out of a handicapped parking space Tuesday when he hit the gas pedal instead of the brake, rocketing his station wagon 60 feet inside the Bank of America branch on Glenoaks Boulevard, police said.
The verdict: One handicapped parking space outside the mall's main entrance is two feet narrower than the minimum nine feet required by law.
After she dropped Olive off at the emergency room entrance she went to park the car - in a handicapped parking space.
Prosecutors filed charges Tuesday against a 78-year-old man who allegedly punched an 84-year-old man in the face and threatened a witness during a dispute over a handicapped parking space.
The ADA requires a portion of handicapped parking spaces to be van accessible, which means an 8-foot space for the van and an 8-foot space alongside to allow clearance for a foldout wheelchair ramp.
However, when Doran filed his lawsuit, he included barriers he didn't know about until the expert pointed them out, such as a cashier's counter and ATM that were too high and handicapped parking spaces that were too sloped.
Paul, who entered the race for mayor in part because he felt City Hall wasn't responding to his calls for slowing Lancaster's traffic, was ticketed for parking his car a foot over the blue line between handicapped parking spaces at a shopping center.
The spirit of the ADA has given us elevators, vibrating pagers, electronic door openers, closed captioning, curb cuts, accessible restrooms, handicapped parking spaces, and more.