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      Disabled Parking Rules in North Carolina

      Do I have to pay meter fees when displaying a disability plate or disability placard in North Carolina?

      If you have a valid disability placard or plate, you may use spaces marked for the disabled without time limits. In many, but not all jurisdictions, you may also park longer than posted in any parking space. You have to pay at a metered space.
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        DO NOT:

      • Don't drive while your placard is hung from your rearview mirrow.
      • Don't let anyone use your placard. The abuse of your disabled placard can be punishable.
      • Don't park in a cross-hatch area. Those are reserved for van ramp/lift access.
      • Don't use your disabled placard or plate if you're not entering or exiting the vehicle.
      • Don't use your disabled placard in a vehicle that weighs more than 10,000 pounds.
      • Don't continue to use your placard after it has expired.

      • Display your placard hanging from your rearview mirror when you park in a disabled parking area.
      • You may use your privacy sleeve to cover personal information, but you have to remove it if requested by law enforcement.
      • Park in a designated space when you need to exit the car.
      • Lock your vehicle and close the windows when using your disabled placard.
      • Obey all parking rules and regulations.
      • Return your parking placard to the RMV's Medical Affairs once it is expired and/or cancelled.


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