To avoid potential parking disputes, and to put your mind at ease once you’ve parked your car, ensuring your Blue Badge is clearly visible and identified can go a long way. A holder for a Blue Badge from Complete Care Shop will make your Blue Badge easy to see and features a cog timer to visibly indicate your arrival time.
An important document such as a Blue Badge warrants having a higher quality holder to give it the protection it needs. As a result, we stock premium, high-quality Blue Badge wallet options that come in materials such as leather for durability and a smooth feel.
Choosing a lower quality holder for your Blue Badge can mean that it could be subject to damage. By choosing a Blue Badge wallet from us, your Blue Badge will be securely enclosed. That means it stands a better chance of remaining intact and free from wear and tear over time.
At Complete Care Shop, we stock a vast range of products to support and assist you in your day to day life. If you have any questions about our products, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
In the UK, a Blue Badge is a parking permit for individuals with disabilities or mobility difficulties. It allows them to park closer to their destination. To apply, contact your local council or visit their website, complete the application form, provide supporting documents, and pay the fee. Eligibility criteria vary, but generally, those with difficulty walking or severe mobility impairments are eligible. The council will assess the application, and if approved, a Blue Badge will be issued for a specific period.
Eligibility for a Blue Badge in the UK is determined based on specific criteria set by the government. Generally, those who may qualify include individuals with disabilities who have difficulty walking long distances, severe mobility impairments in both arms, registered blindness or significant visual impairments, permanent and substantial disabilities affecting walking, or hidden disabilities/cognitive impairments that significantly impact access to goods and services. The specific eligibility criteria may vary slightly depending on the local council. To apply, contact your local council or visit their website for accurate and up-to-date information on eligibility requirements and the application process.
Using a Blue Badge holder provides benefits such as priority parking in designated disabled spaces located closer to entrances, convenient access to restricted parking areas without time restrictions or charges, reduced physical strain by minimizing the need to walk long distances, increased independence and freedom of mobility, and enhanced safety and security in well-lit and monitored parking spaces. These benefits improve the overall convenience, accessibility, and quality of life for individuals with disabilities or mobility difficulties. It's important to be aware of local regulations and guidelines to fully understand the privileges and limitations associated with the Blue Badge.