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Apply for a Disabled Person License Plate/Placard/Decal

Disabled Driver PlateTo apply for a disabled person license plate or parking placard, the applicant must be supported with a certification from one of the following:

  • a medical doctor licensed to practice medicine,
  • a physician's assistant or nurse practitioner acting in conjunction with a written protocol developed jointly by a physician,
  • a Christian Science Practitioner listed in the Christian Science Journal

The certification is included on the Application for Disabled Person License Plate/Placard (Form RV-F1310301) and must include the following:

  • Any mechanical devices used, i.e., crutches, braces, etc.
  • Whether or not applicant is permanently confined to a wheelchair
  • The nature of the disability (see Reference Material for Disabled Person License Plate/Placard Application Section 1
  • If the disability is permanent or temporary
  • The name, full address and telephone number of the certifying medical professional
  • The signature of the certifying medical professional
  • Date of certification's completion

For disabled persons who currently own or elect to purchase specialty plates may obtain a “Disabled Driver Decal” and take advantage of disabled parking privileges by certification of a permanent disability by a licensed physician or Christian Science Practitioner listed in the Christian Science Journal. There is no fee associated for this decal.

                     Disabled Driver Decal

See Reference Material for Disabled Person License Plate/Placard Application Sections 2 through 7 for more information regarding issuance, and proper usage.

Click here to view Disabled Plates and Placards.