Welcome to Parking Mobility: the #1 app to report disabled parking abuse!
Report disabled parking abuse to your city in less than two minutes. When you see a vehicle parked illegally, simply launch Parking Mobility, take 3 photos and submit. We tell the city and they ticket the vehicle’s owner. You help improve accessibility in your community and support people with disabilities. The data you help us generate helps demonstrate the worldwide problem of accessible parking abuse and helps us provide the most effective program to end abuse in your community.
You can also share, find and suggest accessible parking locations anywhere in the world. Most cities do not know where their accessible parking is, so at first, you may find only a few spots on the map where you live. As you and your friends and neighbors use Parking Mobility, more spots will be show up and your community will become more easily accessible.
You can share the locations of accessible spots in less than 30 seconds, allowing others in your community to more easily find accessible parking. By tapping the map pin, you can quickly see the location’s details (# of spaces, ramp access details, accessibility, cost, etc.)
If you or someone you know uses accessible parking, Parking Mobility is what you’ve been waiting for.
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Take a couple of photos to have as backup though you can't use them but when asked for the license plate if they drove the vehicle away you'll have the info. Try to take one good photo first of the front and then one of the rear. If the app tells you no photo and asks to retake you'll have to basically start over there is no way other than that to remedy this. I wish I could select photos from photos stored in the photo folder. But alas you can't. Night time photos are especially bad because the flash might obliterate the license plate number and they ask for a photo of the handicapped sign with the vehicle in the shot, so good luck getting that in reverse front and rear and a windshield shot not sure what they are looking for.
Not perfect, but great.
Yes, you have to take several pictures, this is to provide enough evidence that something can actually be done. The app is great, it's the system (aka government) that's not perfect. There have been about 3 times I couldn't us the app due to not being able to get the pics, but have probably used it 50+ times. It is a better than nothing sort of thing. I've not had any problems with the app itself.
Great app for helping to enforce/notify those who have parked illegally in ♿️ spot!
This app is for educational, not punitive, purposes. It helps to educate those who have parked in a ♿️ space “who are just running in a restaurant to get a call-in” that it’s not legal to do so! Also for those who park in the striped area to learn that is for those who are in wheelchairs & need space for their ramp to come down so they can exit! Think about it. Your lucky U can walk!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.