§ 72.04  PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITY.
   (A)   Definition. For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      PERSON WITH A PHYSICAL DISABILITY.  Any person who has been issued a placard or special registration plate or decal for a motor vehicle by the State Bureau of Motor Vehicles under I.C. 9-8.5-8, or the laws of another state.
   (B)   Parking prohibited.
      (1)   It shall be unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle, motorcycle, moped, bicycle or other vehicle of any nature, which does not have displayed a placard for a person with a physical disability issued under the laws of this state or the laws of another state, in a parking space reserved for a vehicle of a person with a physical disability.
      (2)   It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly park in a parking space reserved for a person with a physical disability while displaying a placard to which neither the person nor the person’s passenger is entitled.
   (C)   Violation.  If any vehicle is parked unlawfully in violation of any of the provisions of this section, and the identity of the driver cannot be determined, the owner or person in whose name the vehicle is registered shall be held prima facie responsible for the violation.
   (D)   Towing.  In addition to any fines which may be given as a result of violations of this section, any vehicle which is parked in a manner in violation of this section may be towed to an area designated by the town at the owner’s expense. The owner shall also be required to pay any and all storage fees resulting from this action.
Penalty, see § 72.99
Statutory reference:
   Similar state law, see I.C. 5-16-9