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A person shall not:
(3) alter a certificate;
(i) that person is a physically disabled person as defined in section 169.345, subdivision 2, or the person is transporting or Previous parking Next a motor vehicle for a physically disabled person; and
(ii) the motor vehicle visibly displays one of the following: a Previous disability Next plate issued under section 168.021, a certificate issued under section 169.345, a permit valid for 30 days issued under section 168.021 or 169.345, or an equivalent certificate, insignia, or plate issued by another state, a foreign country, or one of its political subdivisions; or
(5) park a motor vehicle in an area used as a regular route transit stopping point where a transit vehicle that is accessible to the physically disabled regularly stops and a sign that bears the international symbol of access in white on blue is posted. A sign posted under this clause may display other information relating to the regular route transit service. For purposes of this clause, an area used as a regular route transit stopping point consists of the 80 feet immediately preceding the sign described in this clause.
In the event the designated Previous disability Next Previous parking Next spaces are either occupied or unavailable, a vehicle bearing a valid Previous disability Next Previous parking Next certificate issued under section 169.345 or license plates for physically disabled persons under section 168.021 may park at an angle and occupy two standard Previous parking Next spaces.
(a) Previous Parking Next spaces reserved for physically disabled persons must be designated and identified by the posting of signs incorporating the international symbol of access in white on blue and indicating that violators are subject to a fine of up to $200. These Previous parking Next spaces are reserved for disabled persons with motor vehicles displaying the required certificate, plates, permit valid for 30 days, or insignia.
(b) For purposes of this subdivision, a Previous parking Next space that is clearly identified as reserved for physically disabled persons by a permanently posted sign that does not meet all design standards, is considered designated and reserved for physically disabled persons. A sign posted for the purpose of this section must be visible from inside a motor vehicle parked in the space, be kept clear of snow or other obstructions which block its visibility, and be nonmovable.
The owner or manager of the property on which the designated Previous parking Next space is located shall ensure that the Previous parking Next space and associated access aisle are kept free of obstruction. If the owner or manager does not have the Previous parking Next space properly posted or allows the Previous parking Next space or access aisle to be blocked by snow, merchandise, or similar obstructions for 24 hours after receiving a warning from a peace officer, the owner or manager is guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of up to $500.
A person who violates subdivision 1 is guilty of a misdemeanor and must be fined not less than $100 and not more than $200. This subdivision must be enforced in the same manner as Previous parking Next ordinances or regulations in the governmental subdivision in which the violation occurs. Law enforcement officers may tag motor vehicles parked on either private or public property in violation of subdivision 1. Previous Parking Next enforcement employees or agents of statutory or home rule charter cities or towns may tag or otherwise issue citations for motor vehicles parked on public property in violation of subdivision 1. If a holder of a Previous disability Next certificate or Previous disability Next plates allows a person who is not otherwise eligible to use the certificate or plates, then the holder is not eligible to be issued or to use a Previous disability Next certificate or plates for 12 months after the date of violation. Except when the permit or certificate is expired by, or is otherwise invalid for, more than 90 days, a physically disabled person, or a person Previous parking Next a motor vehicle for a disabled person, who is charged with violating subdivision 1 because the person parked in a Previous parking Next space for physically disabled persons without the required certificate, license plates, or permit must not be convicted if the person (1) produces in court or before the court appearance the required certificate, permit, or evidence that the person has been issued plates under section 168.021, (2) surrenders the expired permit or certificate, and (3) demonstrates entitlement to the certificate, plates, or permit at the time of arrest or tagging. To be valid, the certificate or permit must show that it is owned by the same person that owned the expired certificate or permit displayed at the time the tag was issued. The registered vehicle owner is subject to the provisions of this subdivision.
A statutory or home rule charter city may, by ordinance, establish a program to enforce the Previous parking Next restrictions of this section or any similar local ordinance, relating to Previous parking Next spaces for the physically disabled, by using citizen volunteers to issue citations to violators. The ordinance shall contain a process for training program participants in the requirements of the law, the method of issuing citations, and other related matters. Program participants who satisfy the training requirements of the ordinance are authorized to issue citations for violations of this section and are exempt from any other training or licensure requirements imposed on law enforcement officers by chapter 626.
A statutory or home rule charter city may enact an ordinance establishing a permit program for long-term Previous disability Next Previous parking Next . If a city enacts the ordinance, a permit program for long-term Previous disability Next Previous parking Next must establish as a minimum:
(2) a requirement for city Previous parking Next lots and ramps to provide a 50 percent discount on monthly fees for contracted parkers with disabilities or a 50 percent reduction in the hourly rate for parkers with disabilities, with appropriate vehicle identification, who park in designated Previous disability Next Previous parking Next spaces; and
1977 c 205 s 1; 1979 c 31 s 3; 1979 c 277 s 5-7; 1983 c 24 s 1; 1986 c 444; 1987 c 355 s 8; 1990 c 482 s 2; 1990 c 497 s 12; 1991 c 301 s 5,6; 1992 c 424 s 1; 1993 c 83 s 3; 1993 c 98 s 6-8; 1993 c 130 s 1; 1994 c 495 s 1; 1999 c 238 art 2 s 19,20; 2005 c 64 s 8-11; 2008 c 272 s 1; 2011 c 30 s 2; 2013 c 127 s 36,37
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