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New State Law Shows Deeper Respect For Persons with Disabilities

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New State Law Shows Deeper Respect For Persons with Disabilities

New State Law Shows Deeper Respect For Persons with Disabilities   The state of Connecticut recently passed a new bill updating the wording and look of accessibility signage. The language and symbol have been modernized to help support the disabled community in a more uplifting and appropriate way. Substitute House Bill No. 5050, Public Act No. 16-78 was passed by the State Senate and House in a General Assembly. Along with updating signage and wording, changes were made to permit tags, license plates, and access at gas stations. The new icon for parking signs was updated to include a figure...

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Every Parking Lot Should Have These 9 Signs

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Every Parking Lot Should Have These 9 Signs

Every Parking Lot Should Have These 9 Signs Whether youre building a new parking lot or managing an old one, its important to find these 9 signs within it. That way you have all your bases covered and have helped make it easy as possible for your customers or clients. Its important to take care of your property and the people who will be parking or walking on it. Here is a short check list to help you out.         1. No Parking Signs   Often many parking lots have several areas that are not meant for parking. Its important to...

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How To Apply and Receive a Handicapped Parking Placard

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How To Apply and Receive a Handicapped Parking Placard

Having a handicapped placard can be a very helpful tool in peoples lives. However, getting one can seem like a difficult challenge if its your first time. Temporary and permanent placards and tags are available for those who need them. We've come up with a short guide to help make the process a little bit easier. Before you apply for a placard or tag you need to be certain that you can meet the criteria that was set forth by your states Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) In most instances disability refers to at least one of the following conditions:...

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