Some parking spaces have been reserved for vehicles with a disabled parking permit. To use these parking spaces, you must have a valid disabled parking permit clearly displayed in the windscreen, so that the information is legible. The general rules of the car park must also be observed. More information is available (in Danish) from the Disabled People’s Organisations Denmark (DPOD) website.
In private parking areas, you must always follow the rules that apply at the given site. This means, for example, that you must pay to park, even if you park in a disabled parking space. Consult the signs on-site. If in doubt, you are welcome to call our 24-hour service centre on +45 7025 7213 or send an email to email@example.com.
A disabled parking permit only gives you permission to park in a disabled parking space. The general rules of the car park must also always be observed. This may mean, for example, that you have to remember to set your parking disc or have to pay for your parking, or that time restrictions apply.
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