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What should be the penalty for unlawfully parking in mobility-impaired spaces?

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The fine for people who park illegally in an on-street mobility-impaired parking space has jumped from $40 to $150.

The only motorists allowed to use these parking spaces are people or drivers whose disabilities meet a strict criteria and who cannot walk unaided, or have difficulty in walking and are displaying recognised parking permits.

What should be the penalty for unlawfully parking in mobility-impaired spaces?

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