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Disability parking placards and disability license plates allow the holders to park in areas designated for disabled drivers.
A disability parking placard is available to Indiana residents, and out-of-state residents receiving treatment in Indiana, who meet one of the following requirements:
Disability parking placards are also available to companies or associations which transport or provide facilities for persons with physical disabilities.
A disability parking placard issued to an individual with a permanent disability will expire only upon physician’s certification that the disability is no longer considered to be permanent.
A placard issued to an individual with a temporary disability is valid for six months from the date that it is issued, or until a date indicated by the physician certifying the application, whichever occurs first.
If your current placard has an expiration date, you must apply again when it expires. Your new placard will not have an expiration date.
In order to receive a disability parking placard, you must complete an Application For Disability Parking Placard Or Disability Plate - State Form 42070. The application must be certified by a physician with a valid and unrestricted license.
Return the completed form to any Indiana license branch or mail application and payment, if applicable, to the address on the form to receive your disability parking placard.
The cost of the disability license plate includes only vehicle registration fees and taxes.
A disability license plate or disability parking placard allows the holder to park in areas designated for disabled drivers.
Disability license plates are available to Hoosiers who:
In order to receive a disability license plate, you must complete an Application For Disability Parking Placard Or Disability Plate - State Form 42070. The application must be certified by an Indiana physician.
This plate is available online through myBMV, at license branches, and at other customer service locations.
This plate may be displayed on passenger cars, motorcycles, trucks up to 11,000 pounds and RVs.