Illinois State R7-8 Combo Handicap Parking Sign with $250 Fine
Illinois State Handicap Parking Sign - 12" x 24"
Illinois State R7-8 Combo Handicap Parking Sign with $250 Fine - 12" x 24" - Engineer Grade Prismatic Reflective Heavy-Gauge Aluminum Parking Signs
Hey, Illinois. Why use two parking signs when you can use just one?
This combination handicap reserved parking sign with fine amount sign is indicated in the Illinois Accessibility Code as being an alternate sign in lieu of utilizing 2 separate signs (R7-8 & R7-I-101 pair).
Sign must be mounted on a permanent post no lower than five feet from the pavement. The post must be mounted in the center of the 16-foot wide accessible parking space, no more than five feet from the front of the parking space.
Municipalities may impose a larger fine (up to $350) through the adoption of a local ordinance. Illinois state requires a violation sign to be installed, displaying the current fine amount for illegal parking in Handicapped stalls. In Illinois, this value was originally set at $50. It was updated in 1996 to $100; and again in 2006 to a minimum fine of $250 (with a maximum of $350 by local ordinance).
Click to view or download the Illinois Attorney General's brochure on correct handicap parking signage
But if you really do want to purchase two signs, Illinois, here they are:
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