Kurt Franklin – ADA Attorney

Hanson Bridgett LLP
425 Market Street, 26th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 777-3200


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2 Responses to Kurt Franklin – ADA Attorney

  1. Where should the ADA “wheel tire block” be correctly placed in a disabled Parking only parking lot space—towards the right side of the space, towards the left side of the space, or on either side of the space?

    • mm Dwight Ashdown says:

      The wheel stop can be placed on either side of the parking stall. There’s no specific requirement for it’s location. Having said that, it’s typically positioned to stop the driver’s side wheel.

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