2017 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title XXI - MOTOR VEHICLES
Chapter 265 - RULES OF THE ROAD
Section 265:69-a - Enforcement of Parking Prohibition in Parking Spaces and Access Aisles Designated for Persons With a Walking Disability.

Universal Citation: NH Rev Stat § 265:69-a (2017)
[RSA 265:69-a effective until January 1, 2018; see also RSA 265:69-a set out below.]
    265:69-a Enforcement of Parking Prohibition in Parking Spaces and Access Aisles Designated for Persons With a Walking Disability. –     Testimony under oath with clear photographic evidence from a person with a walking disability pursuant to RSA 261:86 or RSA 261:88 or the driver of a vehicle transporting such a person that a vehicle that does not display a special plate or placard issued or recognized pursuant to RSA 261:86 or RSA 261:88 was parked in a designated parking space for persons with a walking disability or any vehicle parked in or overlapping into an access aisle shall be sufficient evidence to prove that the owner of the vehicle has violated RSA 265:69, I(j) or (m), unless such evidence is rebutted or contradicted.

[RSA 265:69-a effective January 1, 2018; see also RSA 265:69-a set out above.]

    265:69-a Enforcement of Parking Prohibition in Parking Spaces and Access Aisles Designated for Persons With a Walking Disability. --     I. Testimony under oath with clear photographic evidence from a person with a walking disability pursuant to RSA 261:86 or RSA 261:88 or the driver of a vehicle transporting such a person that a vehicle that does not display a special plate or placard issued or recognized pursuant to RSA 261:86 or RSA 261:88 was parked in a designated parking space for persons with a walking disability or any vehicle parked in or overlapping into an access aisle shall be sufficient evidence to prove that the owner of the vehicle has violated RSA 265:69, I(j) or (m), unless such evidence is rebutted or contradicted.     II. Upon receipt of testimony under paragraph I by the appropriate law enforcement agency, such agency shall fine the violator a minimum of $250 pursuant to RSA 265:69, I(j).

Source. 2003, 71:3, eff. Jan. 1, 2004. 2017, 68:1, eff. Jan. 1, 2018.

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