Wheelchair Symbol License Plate

How can I obtain a Wheelchair Symbol License Plate?

To obtain a Wheelchair Symbol License Plate:

Submit the following to the county tax collector's office or license plate agency:

A. Form HSMV 83007, Application for International Wheelchair License Plate, accurately completed

OR,

Form HSMV 83039, Application for Disabled Parking Permit, accurately completed.

B. These license plates may only be issued for use on the following types of vehicles.

1. Automobiles for private use or lease.

2. Trucks weighing 5,000 pounds or less.

3. Automobiles, which seat fewer than nine passengers and are for hire.

4. Motor homes or truck campers not for hire or commercial use.

5. Heavy trucks with a GVW less than 8,000 pounds.

C. A Florida driver license or Florida identification card.

D. Proof of insurance is required.

The license plate is renewed annually on the applicant’s birthday.

*In addition to the Wheelchair License plate you can also obtain a disabled Parking Permit*

To obtain a (blue) Permanent or Long-term Disabled Parking Permit, the Application for Disabled Person Parking Permit, Form HSMV 83039, must be completed by the applicant or their parent or guardian. This form can be mailed or taken in person to the county Tax Collector's office. Click here to download the form. The physician's statement of certification section on the form must be completed by a physician licensed in Florida or another state. Along with the form you must provide the Florida driver license or identification number unless a special exception is noted by the physician on the form. A Florida Identification Card may be issued to a child of any age who is applying for a disabled parking permit. The permit will be issued for up to 4 years and will expire on the applicant's birthday.

There is no charge for a Permanent Disabled Parking Permit.

 

 

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