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The Blue Badge is issued to you as an individual and you can display the badge on any vehicle
Safe and responsible parking
Don’t park where it would obstruct or endanger pedestrians or other road users. You could be fined, receive a parking fine or have your vehicle removed.
The Blue Badge is issued to you as an individual, not a vehicle. You can display the badge on any vehicle (including taxis and hired cars) in which you are travelling as either a driver or a passenger.
The scheme only applies to on-street car parking and allows blue badge holders to park:
On single or double yellow lines for up to 3 hours as long as there are no loading restrictions
On-street disabled parking bays without charge and for as long as required (unless a time limit is shown)
On-street parking meters, pay and display, shared use bays without charge and for as long as required
You must display the Blue Badge in all instances and the parking clock if there are time restrictions.
The Blue Badge is for the use of the badge holder only. It is a crime for the badge holder or anyone else to misuse the badge and doing so could lead to a £1,000 fine and the badge being taken away
Blue badge holders cannot park:
where a loading restriction is in force
at special bays - eg doctor, police, diplomat, resident
on footways unless there is an exemption indicated by signs and white lines
on clearways (no stopping)
on bus stop clearways during hours of operation
on taxi ranks
on a pedestrian crossing or its extended zig-zag markings