That healthy-looking person using a disabled placard could be a scofflaw.
And if so, the Department of Motor Vehicles will find him.
Almost 250 "scofflaw" parkers -- who use disabled license plates and placards despite being perfectly healthy -- were busted around California during a statewide sweep on Wednesday, according to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Some 25 people were busted in San Francisco and Hayward alone, the DMV said in a news release.
Enforcement was focused in "high-volume areas" including malls, schools, and "generally any heavy-populated locations" where complaints originated, the DMV said.
It's illegal to loan a disabled persons placard to another person or use someone else's, the DMV reported.
Falsely using a placard is considered a misdemeanor and can cost the scofflaw up to $1,000 for a first offense.