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One may renew a Blue Badge online at BlueBadge.direct.gov.uk or by contacting the user's local government customer service center by phone, according to the Lancashire City Council. The Blue Badge customer service team no longer sends out renewal reminder notices.

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The Lancashire City Council states it is the responsibility of the badge holder to reapply for a Blue Badge, should she believe she continues to meet the criteria.

Blue Badges are issued to certain disabled persons in the United Kingdom to use in preferred parking spots, according to Disability Rights UK. Persons age 3 or older may be eligible for a Blue Badge, should they have difficulties walking or other mobility issues that impair the ability to move around seamlessly.

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