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Handicap Placards

Download and print the Individual Disability Plate/Placard Application

Eligibility Requirements and Additional Information for Disability Plate/Placards

Medical Certification must be completed by an authorized physician (doctor of medicine, osteopathy, podiatry or chiropractic, licensed to practice medicine in the United States), a registered nurse practitioner or by a hospital administrator. Applicant must have one or more of the following conditions:

  • Unable to walk 200 feet without stopping to rest
  • Unable to walk without help from another person or a brace, cane, crutch, wheelchair or other prosthetic or assistive device
  • Lung disease with forced respiratory, expiratory volume for one second, if measured by spirometry, is less than one liter, or the arterial oxygen tension is less than 60 mm/hg on room air at rest
  • Uses portable oxygen
  • Cardiac condition with Class 3 or 4 functional limitations 
  • Severely limited in ability to walk due to an arthritic, neurological or orthopedic condition

Hearing Impaired - Medical certification must be completed by a person licensed to practice medicine in the United States or an audiologist certified by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. Applicant must be unable to hear or understand normal speech, with or without a hearing aid, in optimal conditions. Hearing Impaired plates/placards are not valid for special parking priveleges.

*Medical Certification may be waived upon receipt of Department of Veteran Affairs 100% Disability Certificate or if you have been issued a disability placard or disability license plate from another state.

  • The disability plate or placard provides the person with a disability the privilege of parking in specially marked parking spaces provided for the exclusive use of persons with a disability. The person with a disability must be the driver or a passenger in the vehicle when the disability parking space is used
  • Disability plates are assigned to, and may only be displayed on, a specific vehicle registered or leased in the person with disability's name. If leased, but not registered in the applicants name, a document showing the disabled applicant as a lessee is required. A disability plate may be transfered to another qualifying vehicle by visiting Quick Stop Title and Registration.
  • Disability plates and Hearing Impaired plates may not be issued to trailers.
  • Disability plates may be personalized 
  • The Hearing Impaired plate is a reserved number format beginning with the letter "H" which alerts law enforcement, emergency services, and other approaching the vehicle that the driver is hearing impaired. Hearing Impaired platesmay not be personalized.
  • Disability placards are issued to the person with a disability and may not be duplicated, transferred to, or used by another person.
  • Placards can be replaced by coming into Quick Stop Title and Registration