Who qualifies for a disability license plate or parking placard?
Individuals who are blind or who have a disability that restricts their ability to walk may qualify for a disability license plate or parking placard. Restrictions on walking are defined as:
- The inability to walk more than 200 feet without having to stop and rest.
- Use of a wheelchair, walker, crutch, brace or other ambulatory aid.
- A lung disease with deterioration in expiratory volume. (See application.)
- A cardiovascular condition. (See application.)
- An arthritic, neurological or orthopedic condition that severely limits
- the ability to walk.
- Reliance on oxygen sources other than ordinary air.
Related Documents & Topics
- Additional Disability Parking Related Information
- Disability Parking Placard Application (PDF)
- Disability License Plate Application (PDF)
- Disability Parking Brochure (PDF)
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