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Holiday Parking Crackdown Targets Drivers Illegally Parking In Spaces Reserved For People With Disabilities

CHICAGO (CBS) -- Illinois is targeting scofflaws who park illegally in spaces reserved for people with disabilities.

It's the state's 14th annual Holiday Parking Crackdown.

State Police will conduct parking stings at shopping malls throughout the holiday season.

The fine for parking in an accessible parking space without a disability placard or disability license plates can be up to $350.

Use someone else's or use a fraudulent placard, and your license could be revoked for a year and you could face a $2,500 fine.

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