Disabled Person Placard & License Plate Information

Disabled Person Parking Permit Placards - Temporary

 

  • Temporary parking permit placards are available to any individual with temporary mobility impairment or those who are temporarily sight impaired. The disability must be certified by one of the following:

 

    • Physician/physician assistant licensed to practice under Chapters 458, 459 or 460, Florida Statutes or similarly licensed by another state.

 

    • Osteopathic Physician

 

    • Podiatric Physician

 

    • Chiropractor

 

    • Optometrist (for sight only)

 

    • Physicians who practice medicine in a military medical facility, state hospital or federal prison must complete in detail the "Physician's Statement of Certification" section on form HSMV 83039, indicating the facility and the address.

 

    • Adjudication Office of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs or the US Veterans Administration.

 

    • An advanced registered nurse practitioner licensed under Chapter 464 in a facility operated by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs under the protocol of a licensed physician. Initial issuance or renewal of a temporary disabled person parking permit placard requires a current application form with the completed certification. Only application forms revised after December 1996 or later may be accepted.

 

  • Must have either a current Florida Driver License or a Florida Identification Card issued by the Florida Division of Driver Licenses.

 

  • Must submit a completed application.

 

  • The fee is $15.00.

 

  • Temporary disabled person parking permit placards may not exceed 6 months from the date of issuance.

 

 

Disabled Person Parking Permit Placards – Long Term

 

  • Long term parking permit placards are available to any individual with long-term impairment, permanent mobility impairment or those who are certified legally blind. The disability must be certified by one of the following:

 

    • Physicians/physician assistants licensed to practice under Chapters 458, 459 or 460, Florida Statutes or similarly licensed by another state.

 

    • Osteopathic Physicians

 

    • Podiatric Physicians

 

    • Chiropractors

 

    • Optometrists (for sight only)

 

    • Physicians who practice medicine in a military medical facility, state hospital or federal prison must complete in detail the "Physician's Statement of Certification" section on form HSMV 83039, indicating the facility and the address.

 

    • Adjudication Office of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs or the US Veterans Administration.

 

  • An advanced registered nurse practitioner licensed under Chapter 464 in a facility operated by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs under the protocol of a licensed physician.

 

  • Long term parking permit placards are issued for four years.

 

  • Initial and renewal issuances of a long term disabled person parking permit placard requires a current application form with the completed certification. Only application forms revised after December 1996 or later may be accepted.

 

  • Must have either a current Florida Driver License or a Florida Identification Card issued by the Florida Division of Driver Licenses.

 

  • Must submit a completed application.

 

  • There is no charge for the issuance of Long Term Disabled Person Parking Permit placards.

 

  • Long-term disabled person parking permit placards are issued for a period of four years and expires on the disabled person’s birthday.

 

 

Disabled Person License Plate

 

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