Electronic tags help prevent disabled parking abuse

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Car parking systems that require disabled drivers to display a permit can be easily abused by drivers who are not disabled. However in New Zealand, Car Parking Technologies — CPT — have developed a system in which electronic tags are fitted to disabled drivers’ cars while sensors instantly notify parking attendants if a non-disabled driver enters a reserved parking bay. The system uses sensors to detect whether the vehicles parked in handicapped parking spaces are fitted with the electronic tags that verify the driver is registered as disabled. If no tag is detected the sensor will instantly notify the parking…

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