There is no fee for an original temporary or permanent disability parking placard or for renewing a permanent placard.
If your disability placard is lost or stolen, it may be replaced for $10 at a Secretary of State office or by submitting a request by mail or fax. The FAQ about lost or stolen placards provides complete details.
Applicants for a disability license plate pay only the standard annual vehicle registration fee. A van owned by a wheelchair user or by a person who transports a member of his or her household who uses a wheelchair is eligible for a 50 percent reduction in the standard annual registration fee (additional service fees, such as those for personalizing the plate or for purchasing and renewing a fundraising version, are excluded from the discount). The van is not required to have wheelchair lift equipment. It can be a full-size window van, such as a Ford Econoline or Chevy Express, or a minivan, such as a Dodge Caravan or Toyota Sienna.
Vans used for commercial purposes are not eligible for the reduction.
Related Documents & Topics
- Disability Parking Placard Application
- Disability License Plate Application
- Disability Parking Brochure
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