It’s legal to drive with a disabled-person parking placard hanging from the rear-view mirror, as long as the driver can see around it, police say.
It’s legal to drive with a disabled-person parking placard hanging from the rear-view mirror, as long as the driver can see around it, police say. Steve Mason Thinkstock photo
It’s legal to drive with a disabled-person parking placard hanging from the rear-view mirror, as long as the driver can see around it, police say. Steve Mason Thinkstock photo

Traffic Q&A: Is it legal to drive with my disabled-person parking placard hanging from the rear-view mirror?

October 09, 2016 03:31 PM

UPDATED October 12, 2016 06:04 AM

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