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‘This Is A Game Changer’: Purple Placard To Help Struggling, Disabled Drivers

DENVER (CBS4) — Colorado drivers with a purple placard have not been required to pay parking meters this year. The Chris Hinds Act exempts drivers with a disability from paying, if their disability impacts their ability to pay.“This is about making sure we have equal access for those who needed it,” explained Hinds. After hundreds of hours of Hinds’ research, former Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the Chris Hinds Act into law in 2018.

Source Credit: Denver (CBS4) News
View Online: https://denver.cbslocal.com/2019/07/29/purple-placard-chris-hinds/#.XUDQuLqntPE.twitter

 

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Uniform System For Parking For Persons With Disabilities

This federal regulation establishes the criteria for determining who qualifies for a parking placard or plate, requires reciprocity among the states, and recognizes the International Symbol of Accessibility as the identifying symbol.

Source Credit: U.S. Access Board
View Online: https://ecfr.io/Title-23/cfr1235_main

 

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