Parking in Lebanon is haphazard almost everywhere except in the business quarter of Beirut. There is plenty of roadside parking but you need to make sure you are not causing an obstruction. In Beirut, roadside parking is often limited to two hours.
In the cities you’ll find paid parking on waste ground parking lots and the occasional multi-storey car park. Some roadside parking is also available as metered.
Enforcement of parking is loosely carried out by the police. It’s only if you seriously outstay a parking allocation or cause an obstruction that you’ll be ticketed.
There are no concessions for disabled drivers in Lebanon but if you need a more convenient parking space, you should try an attended parking lot where you will usually get some assistance.