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A disabled parking permit, also known as a disabled badge (Handicapped reserved parking sign), indicating the disability, an invalid license, an invalid sign, a sign of disability and the “Blue Badge” in the European Union, is displayed when parking a vehicle, which allows the vehicle operator to receive special privileges for parking it vehicle. These privileges include parking in a designated area for people with disabilities, or, in some cases, permission to park in a limited space for a longer period or free parking at a meter.
In the United States, reserved seats are required in accordance by the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines.
In the United Kingdom (UK), this authorization scheme was originally introduced (using Orange Badges) of the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970. Badges are issued as a right if the person meets certain legal requirements, most of which are related to the actual receipt of certain disability benefits from the national Social Security system; In addition, local authorities may issue permits for issuing permits to persons who have a permanent disability, who do not directly meet more stringent legal requirements, but which seriously impairs their mobility.
In the European Union (EU), a parking permit for persons with disabilities allows partial or full exemption from tolls or sanctions related to parking a vehicle used by the badge holder, and shows the right to use special parking lots and off-street parking (where provided). The concession extends to some places of partial or full exemption from tolls or a general prohibitions on the vehicle. Since 2000, all parking permits throughout the EU have been standardized according to the overall style and blue color, with the result that “Blue Badge” was officially used.
In Australia, parking permits for people with disabilities are granted in accordance with the Australian Disability Parking Scheme, which was developed in September 2010 to coordinate disability permits in Australia. Parking permits for people with disabilities are applied through state and territorial organizations, and eligibility rules vary from one jurisdiction to another. If someone is parked in a disabled area, he will be fined by the police or the council.