Parking Permits for Individuals with a Temporary Disability
The Department of Motor Vehicles issues temporary parking permits to individuals who are temporarily disabled. It requires proof of disability similar to a permanent permit and allows the same access to reserved parking spaces.
To apply for a temporary parking permit:
NOTE: In lieu of certification, DMV will accept a VA disability certificate for blindness, amputation of legs or arms, or loss of use of legs or arms, traumatic brain injury, paraplegic and hemiplegic disabilities.
Return the completed application to the Department of Motor Vehicles for processing by one of the following methods:
Upon receipt, the DMV will process the application and provide one permit per qualified applicant within a six month period. If you lose the permit, you will need to complete another application and pay another $5.
What will it cost:
The permit is for the exclusive use of the diabled person.
A permanent parking permit gives an individual permission to park in spaces reserved for individuals with a disability.
It may be used in any vehicle in which the disabled person is riding in.
The permit is designed to hang from the rearview mirror when the vehicle is parked, but should be removed when the vehicle is being operated.
A temporary permit is valid for six months.
If you have a temporary parking permit that is due to expire and you continue to have a qualifying disability, you must obtain a new medical certification Special Permit Application and Impairment Certificate (Form B225) before applying for another temporary parking permit. However, if the disability becomes permanent, please see Requirements for Obtaining a Permanent Parking Permit for Disabled Individuals.
For more information, see FAQ's on Temporary Parking Permits for Disabled Individuals.
Content Last Modified on 11/9/2012 4:31:47 PM