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Disability Parking Placards
General Information
Any organization or person with a disability that limits or impairs the ability to walk may apply to the registrar of motor vehicles for a disability placard.
Registrant Eligibility Must be an Ohio resident and submit completed application form BMV 4826, which has been signed by the applicant.

Physician, Chiropractor or Advanced Practice Nurse's Certification

The application must be accompanied with a prescription from the health care provider. The prescription must state the date, the name of the person with the disability, the health care provider's signature, state that it is for a disability placard and the expected duration of the disabling condition. Health care providers may provide their customers with a request for a disability placard on the health care provider's letterhead. The request must state the date, the name of the person with the disability, the health care provider's signature, state that it is for a disability placard and the expected duration of the disabling condition. If the disabling condition is more than six months, a permanent placard will be issued. If the disabling condition is six months or less, a temporary placard will be issued.
Placard Information Permanent placards will expire on the date prescribed by the health care provider. A renewal application form BMV 4826 will be mailed automatically 60 days prior to expiration. Temporary placards cannot be renewed.
Issuance Information

May be issued at any Deputy Registrars office.

Fees There is no fee for disability placards. A $3.50 Deputy Registrar processing fee will be assessed for each placard issued.

Disability License Plates
General Information
These plates may be issued to any person for having a disability that limits or impairs the ability to walk as certified by his/her health care provider. Disability plates may also be issued to a vehicle that is altered to accommodate a disabled individual or to a bus that transports disabled individuals. these plates permit the vehicles to be parked in parking spaces marked with the international symbol of access for person with disabilities.
Registrant Eligibility These plates may be issued to any Ohio motorist who has a qualifying disability.
Title Requirements Ohio Certificate of Title issued in disabled individual's name, either singly or jointly, or the name of the disabled is the same name on the lease agreement. The name of the disabled person does not have to be on the Ohio title if the vehicle has been altered to accommodate the disabled or if the vehicle is a bus.
Vehicle Information These plates may be issued to any vehicle.
Type of Plates System assigned plate number, initial reserve and personalized.
Issuance Information

New issuances must register by mail or at a local Deputy Registrar. Requests for system assigned, reserved, or personalized license plates may be made at any Deputy Registrar's office, online at OPlates.com,  or by calling 1-800-589-8247.

Renewal of plates can be done at any Deputy Registrar's office, online at OPlates.com, by phone at 1-866-675-2837 or by mail.

All plates will be mailed directly to the address on your registration card unless customer requests otherwise. The deputy will issue your registration card, stickers and provide you with a permit which will allow you to operate your vehicle while your plates are being manufactured.

Special license plate applications are available at Northfield License Bureau

Cost There are no additional fees for stock disability plates. The fee is determined by Ohio Revised Code section 4503.44.

 

 

 

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