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District's red-top parking meters for handicapped only

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If you park in a red-top meter space and you're not disabled, D.C. officials will give you a lecture on the law and a warning this month, and a ticket next month. The special meters, marked with a red top, are reserved for people with disabilities and allow for double the parking time that normal meters in the same area do. The district installed about 400 of the meters in January. Starting...

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