Help BraunAbility Drive Parking Awareness
One of the biggest barriers to inclusion for wheelchair users continues to be misuse or abuse of accessible parking spaces, specifically related to the access aisle. The issue ranges from a mild annoyance to a major barrier. For example, an independent driver who cannot deploy his or her ramp into the access aisle because someone has blocked it in will have to wait for the offender to return before they can enter their vehicle. It’s not just a significant inconvenience; it’s a reminder that even with the right equipment, disability inclusion is ignored by many still today.
Order Your Free Save Our Spots Tickets
For many, handicap parking abuse is simply a matter of lack of education. That’s why we created these handy “tickets” to inform an unknowing driver how his or her parking choices have impacted a wheelchair user or individual with a mobility challenge. Fill out this form and we’ll send you three packs of Save Our Spots tickets (25 sheets per pack).
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Learn More About Accessible Parking
While there are many rules and regulations governing accessible parking, most Americans aren't aware of the specifics. What is the proper etiquette for parking in or near an accessible parking spot? How do you get a handicap placard for your vehicle? Find out more by reading the articles below.