Watch out for parking restrictions around public buildings. There’ll be signs but they are regularly patrolled to stop infringement. Another law says you’re not allowed to park on a ‘busy road’ and, with the vagueness of this law, watch out to see if others have parked before doing so yourself.
You’ll find paid parking in the capital and larger towns but the cost is minimal. Car crime is a problem and so this form of parking is usually safer and recommended.
If you park where you’re not supposed to then, very quickly, you’ll find you’re asked to move on or ticketed. There is plenty of legal parking everywhere on Bonaire so use it.
Concessions for disabled drivers haven’t reached Bonaire yet but accessible parking is easy to find and so you shouldn’t have a problem. If you need additional help, you’ll usually find a willing local.