To apply for a disabled person license plate or parking placard, the applicant must be supported with a certification from one of the following:
- a medical doctor licensed to practice medicine,
- a physician's assistant or nurse practitioner acting in conjunction with a written protocol developed jointly by a physician,
- a Christian Science Practitioner listed in the Christian Science Journal
The certification is included on the Application for Disabled Person License Plate/Placard (Form RV-F1310301) and must include the following:
- Any mechanical devices used, i.e., crutches, braces, etc.
- Whether or not applicant is permanently confined to a wheelchair
- The nature of the disability (see Reference Material for Disabled Person License Plate/Placard Application Section 1
- If the disability is permanent or temporary
- The name, full address and telephone number of the certifying medical professional
- The signature of the certifying medical professional
- Date of certification's completion
See Reference Material for Disabled Person License Plate/Placard Application Sections 2 through 7 for more information regarding issuance, and proper usage.
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