Jul 1, 2013
Evansville Courier & Press
Fines double for handicapped parking offenders
But even though the potential fine has been doubled - a minimum of $100 verses $50 currently - they aren't nearly as high as Indiana state Rep. Heath VanNatter, R-Kokomo, had originally been seeking.
New law to increase penalties for drivers improperly using handicapped spaces
Drivers who park in spaces marked for people with disabilities could face higher fines when a new law takes effect on July 1. But the new penalties - a minimum of $100 versus $50 currently - aren't nearly as high as Rep. Heath VanNatter, R-Kokomo, had originally been seeking.