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Where should I put my permit?

April 16th, 2010 by Michael

The location of your permit on your vehicle is actually very important. Your permit must be applied to the rear door window on the driver’s side of your vehicle. If you have a pick-up truck, place the permit on the driver’s side window. Do not place your permit on the rear windshield, as was done in the past. Please be certain to apply your permit in the right place on your vehicle. Permits that are not applied properly are considered a “misuse of permit” violation.

Community Alerts

Lot 502 CLOSURE

October 23rd, 2014 by Amanda

All restricted permitted vehicles in lot 502 need to be moved to lot 603 ASAP due to construction.

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