A Florida Disabled Parking Placard is issued to any individual with specific disabilities that limit or impair their ability to walk or who is certified as legally blind. The placard is valid for 4 years and expires on the applicant’s birthday. Customers with temporary disabilities may apply for a Temporary Placard for up to 6 months.

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An additional placard may be issued to organizations or persons who certify they are frequent travelers or quadriplegic.

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Parking Placards

Fees

There is no charge for a four year Disabled Parking Permit; the cost for a Temporary Disabled Parking Permit is $15.

If a second Temporary Disabled Parking Permit is issued within a 12 month period, the second temporary permit is issued for no fee regardless of the time period the physician had indicated it to be issued for, not to exceed 6 months.

Display

Placards must be hung on the rear view mirror of any vehicle used to transport the disabled person(s). The permit number must be visible from the front of the vehicle.