200 euro fine for parking his supercar in a disabled parking space
The Local Police of Las Palmas in Gran Canaria caught the owner of an Audi R8 supercar parked in a disabled space designated for people with reduced mobility. Even though it’s a nice car, the law is clear; it is strictly forbidden to park in these spaces without the appropriate accreditation documents, but unfortunately, this rule is not always adhered to.
The penalty for parking in a space designated for people with mobility issues is 200 euros, an amount that can be reduced by 50% if you opt for quick payment.
If you are someone who even briefly occupies a parking space reserved for people with disabilities to run a quick errand, it is important to consider that this act can complicate the life of someone who genuinely requires that space.
Therefore, please be aware that parking in an area designated for people with reduced mobility may result in a financial penalty, even if you think you are exempt because you have a nice car!
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