(A)   It shall be unlawful for any person to park or leave standing any vehicle in a stall or space designed for physically handicapped persons if, immediately adjacent to and visible from the stall or space, there is posted a sign known as the international wheelchair symbol consisting of a profile view of a stylized wheelchair with occupant in white on a blue background, unless the driver of the car is disabled.
   (B)   As used in this section, “disabled” means either having a physical condition requiring the use of a wheelchair, artificial limb, crutch, cane or walker or having a physical disease making it difficult or impossible to walk more than 25 feet without shortness of breath or danger of impairment of health. A certificate by a person licensed to practice the healing arts in this state shall be accepted by the city as evidence under this section.
   (C)   A driver of a vehicle used in transporting handicapped persons and actually so engaged at the time may park in these spaces.
(Ord. 1987-3, passed 3-3-87) Penalty, see § 71.99