As of January 1, 2015, there were changes to vehicle fees and plate costs.
If you’re permanently disabled and meet the disabled parking requirements, your doctor will decide which of these options you can use:
*You must be the vehicle’s registered owner.
Initial cost for plates. Vehicle registration or renewal fees will apply each year.
|Type||Effective January 1, 2015|
|Disabled parking plates||$32.75|
|Disabled parking tab and decal||$13.75|
Disabled Parking Application for Individuals. Make sure your doctor, physician assistant, or licensed registered nurse practitioner completes and signs the “Physician” section. (We can only accept the original, no copies.)
Your placards, plates, or tabs will be sent as soon as your application is processed.
"Individual with Disabilities Parking Privilege" ID card will be mailed separately in 2–3 weeks. Keep it in your wallet or purse. You must provide it to law enforcement when requested.
You must renew your vehicle tabs and registration each year.
If your privilege is current or expired less than 30 days:
If you’re privilege expired 31 or more days ago, you’ll need to start over.
*You don’t need a physician’s signature.