Tennessee Accessible Parking Sign

Complies with Tennessee Code

Tennessee Accessible Parking Sign
Item #
T4650-A8D
Sign Reads
RESERVED PARKING; UNAUTHORIZED PARKING PUNISHABLE BY $200 FINE AND SUBJECT TO TOWING
Sign Design
Dynamic Accessibility Symbol
Compliance
  • Tennessee Code
  • OSHA 1910.1200(c)
  • Shipping Declarations

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This sign is compliant with Tennessee Code. See more compliance information below.

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1–2
$24.40
3–4
$23.40
5–9
$22.70
10–19
$22.05
20–39
$21.35
40+
$20.75
Price: $24.40
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This Tennessee Accessible Parking Sign has effective messages to address parking policy and traffic concerns. A Tennessee Accessible Parking Sign is a helpful aid for the protection of the health and safety of personnel, and is not an alternative for required protective actions for eliminating or reducing hazards. This sign is compliant with Tennessee Code. See detailed information about the compliance in the Product Information section below.

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Product Information

Compliance

T.C.A. § 55-21-108 (a)(4)

(A) Signs designating disabled parking shall indicate that unauthorized or improperly parked vehicles may be towed and the driver fined two hundred dollars ($200), and shall also provide the name and telephone number of the towing company or the name and telephone number of the property owner, lessee or agent in control of the property.
(B) After July 1, 2008, as new signs designating disabled parking are erected, the signs shall indicate the penalties imposed by this section. Nothing in this section shall be construed to require the removal or alteration of any existing sign designating disabled parking.

T.C.A. § 12-2-123

(b) The symbol must depict a logo with a dynamic character leaning forward with a sense of movement, be readily identifiable, and be simply designed with no secondary meaning. The symbol must signify equivalent facilitation and accessibility as the previously used international symbol of access.

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