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Parking In Ilfracombe

Blue Badge Holders parking

‘On-street’ parking meters and pay-and-display machines

Badge holders may park for free and for as long as they need to unless there is a traffic sign specifying a time limit for holders of disabled parking badges. You must display your Blue Badge. Where a time limit is in force, you must also display the special blue parking disc showing your time of arrival.

‘On-street’ disabled parking bays

These have a Blue Badge sign (some may still be orange). You may park free and without time limit unless signs say otherwise (check local signs for information). You must display your Blue Badge. Always try to use these bays instead of parking on yellow lines.

Yellow lines

Badge holders may park on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours. You must display your Blue Badge and the special blue parking disc showing your time of arrival. You must wait for at least one hour after a previous period of parking before you can park the same vehicle in the same road or part of a road on the same day.

Off-street car parks (such as supermarket or local authority car parks)

Most car park operators provide parking spaces for disabled people. However, it is up to the car park owner to decide whether badge holders can park free of charge. Do not assume you can always park for free.

Source: http://www.northdevon.gov.uk/index/lgcl_transport_and_streets/lgcl_motor_vehicles_roads_and_parking/lgcl_transport_for_disabled_people.htm