It’s illegal to park where there are yellow lines at the road edge and double white lines in the middle. You must also avoid parking near bus stops, pedestrian crossings and school entrances or where emergency services have the right to wait. You should also avoid parking where doing so narrows the road to less than two vehicle widths.
In the capital St John’s you’ll find parking is more restricted and as such paid parking areas have sprung up. The cost is minimal and at least you’ll know your car is safer than when parked on the road
As long as you aware of the restrictions on parking places, it’s unlikely you’ll encounter any problems. If you do contravene the parking laws you are most likely to receive a penalty notice.
There are no allowances for disabled drivers in Antigua but in most places you can find somewhere convenient to park. If you struggle, you’ll often find a local who is happy to help, alternatively, use the paid parking and ask the attendant for assistance.