Disability Placards

Disability Placards

Both temporary and permanent placards are available from EZ Title. A completed application signed by your doctor will be required to process your request for a disability plate, and/or a permanent or temporary placard. The form is available here. You must have your doctor sign the form, before bringing it to us for processing. Note that medical reports or letters describing a disability are not acceptable. The form must be signed by an authorized medical physician, a Registered Nurse Practitioner (RNP or NP), or a hospital administrator.

A 100% disabled veteran may submit a copy of their certificate if 100% disability, issued by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs along with the application form, in lieu of the medical certification.

Applicants with a disability or hearing impaired plate or placard authorized by another state may include on the application the existing placard or plate number, and the state of issue, in lieu of the medical certification.

For organizations requiring disability plates for their vehicle, the form above must be completed so as to indicate that the vehicle is used primarily for transport of persons with physical disabilities.

A disability plate or permanent placard is issued when an individual has a permanent physical disability, or to an organization that owns or leases a motor vehicle that primarily transports persons with physical disabilities.

A temporary placard is issued when an individual has a temporary physical disability, as indicated on the application form by their authorized physician, Registered Nurse Practitioner (RNP or NP), or hospital administrator.