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Wisconsin

Wisconsin has a Parking Permit scheme administered by the Department of Transportation's Division of Motor Vehicles


Parking spaces

 

Those reserved for a Parking Permit holder are marked with the wheelchair symbol.

 

Do not park if the space is marked with someone's name or a licence plate number.

 

Do not park on the striped area adjacent to a disabled person parking space – it is there to allow a wheelchair user access to and from the vehicle.

 

Where you may use your Parking Permit

 

Wisconsin Parking Permit holder

You may use your Parking Permit in most states of the USA, and in many other countries around the world.

 

Look at the entry for the state or the country you intend visiting to see if your Parking Permit can be used.

 

Visitor to Wisconsin

Visitor from another USA state – you may use your Parking Permit in Wisconsin.

 

Visitor from abroad – you may use your Parking Permit in Wisconsin.

 

 

Parking on roads

 

You may park in a parking space marked with the international wheelchair symbol.

 

You may park on a road where parking is restricted to 30 minutes or more without a limit on time unless the parking signs say otherwise.

 

We currently have no information about payment at a parking meter.

 

A motorist who displays a Parking Placard, disabled license plates or disabled veterans license plates on their vehicle can park at a municipally-owned/leased lot without payment in metered spaces when the time limit is one-half hour or more.

 

We currently have no other information on parking concessions – ask locally.

 

Parking in car parks

 

You may park in a parking space marked with the international wheelchair symbol.

 

Parking concessions in car parks may vary - check the car park notices or ask an attendant.

Visitor to Wisconsin – print and display this notice next to your Parking Card

 

Click here to print notice

   

 

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