§ 71.37  PERMITS NONTRANSFERABLE; VIOLATION; SUSPENSION.
   (A)   Permits issued under this subchapter shall not be transferable and shall be used only by the party to whom issued or for the motor vehicle for which issued and only for the purpose for which it is issued.  No person shall alter or reproduce in any manner a permit issued pursuant to this subchapter.  No person shall knowingly hold more than one permit or knowingly provide false information on an application for a permit.
   (B)   No person who is not the holder of a handicapped or disabled parking permit issued to him or her as a handicapped or disabled person shall display a handicapped or disabled parking permit and park in a space or access aisle designated for the exclusive use of a handicapped or disabled person.
   (C)   No person who is the holder of a handicapped or disabled parking permit issued for the use of the person when transporting a handicapped or disabled person shall display his or her handicapped or disabled parking permit and park in a space or access aisle designated for the exclusive use of a handicapped or disabled person, unless a handicapped or disabled person is actually in the vehicle displaying the permit at the time it is parked, has left the vehicle while it was parked, and will return to the vehicle before it leaves the designated space or access aisle.
   (D)   No person who is not the holder of a handicapped or disabled parking permit issued for use when a vehicle is transporting a handicapped or disabled person shall display a handicapped or disabled parking permit and park in a space or access aisle designated for the exclusive use of a handicapped or disabled person, unless a handicapped or disabled person is actually in the vehicle displaying the permit at the time it is parked, has left the vehicle while it was parked, and will return to the vehicle before it leaves the designated space or access aisle.
   (E)   Any violation of this section shall constitute a handicapped parking infraction and shall be cause for suspension of the permit for a period of six months and imposition of the penalty provided for violation of the traffic code, as set forth in § 71.99. At the expiration of the six-month period, a suspended permit may be renewed in the manner provided for renewal in this subchapter.
(1990 Code, § 5-413.07)  (Ord. 379, passed 5-19-1992; Ord. 585, passed 7-1-2003)  Penalty, see § 71.99
Statutory reference:
   Related state law provisions, see Neb. RS 18-1741