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How HandicapMD Makes the Process Easier:

Focused on your ease, HandicapMD smooths out the journey to obtaining a handicap tag. We've simplified every step, from the initial medical questionnaire to the final delivery of your permit. Our services include comprehensive assistance with forms and professional medical evaluations, all accessible from the comfort of your home. Moreover, should a licensed medical professional not approve your application, we guarantee a full refund of the fee.


How HandicapMD Works

HandicapMD helps disabled drivers by offering concierge disabled person evaluations by licensed doctors to help you obtain your DMV handicap parking placard online.   Our physicians will evaluate your documents, assess your physical health, complete your DMV forms, and assist you in getting your disabled parking permit!  HandicapMD makes it easy, fast, and most of all, convenient! 


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Why Choose for HandicapMD.com?

Obtaining a handicap permit doesn't have to involve complicated paperwork or lengthy DMV queues. HandicapMD changes the game by offering secure, Online medical evaluations that you can access immediately, all from the comfort of your home. We pride ourselves on our transparent pricing model, which includes a money-back guarantee if your application isn't approved. Make the process of acquiring your permit straightforward with HandicapMD.com.


Types of Medical Conditions that May Qualify You For Your DMV Handicap Parking Placard Online

Disabilities that qualify for handicap parking tags vary by state; here are a few that qualify in most states.

vision qualifications for a disabled persons placard

Vision

Determine if you're eligible for vision requirements

Vision

heart cardiac qualifications for a disabled persons placard

Cardiovascular

Explore the cardiovascular / heart qualifications

Cardiovascular

respiratory qualifications for a handicap parking placard

Respiratory

Explore the qualifications regarding respiratory issues

Respiratory

musculoskeletal qualifications for a handicap parking permit online

Musculoskeletal / Physical

Check out the eligibility for Mobility problems

Mobility Problems



How to Get Your Online DMV Disabled Parking Permit Evaluation Online

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GET DMV DISABILITY PARKING TAG ONLINE 

To get your disabled person's parking permits or disabled person's license plate, this can be done for all the vehicles you own. However, you must be a legitimately disabled person before you will get approval. The good news is that there is no additional fee for an extra disability permits or plate.

To find out if you qualify, just continue to read our article. It lays out the information you need to know in order to get your disabled parking permits. Another piece of good news is that you can order new or replacement placards online.

 

Are you eligible for Disability Parking Placard or plates?

 

For you to be eligible to apply, you need your authorized medical provider, doctor, etc., to verify your disability as well as check if you meet eligibility guidelines. The guidelines for qualification are as follows:

 

  • You have lost mobility due to disease or disorder
  • You are restricted by lung disease; this is further clarified by spirometry, which measures your forced air volume after 1 sec and is less than 1 liter or your arterial oxygen tension is less than 60mm/hg at rest
  • You are missing or have lost one or both hands
  • You are missing one or both legs
  • Your eyes have vision issues
  • Your use of your extremities has been lost, including your hands
  • You have contracted a disease that impairs or interferes with mobility
  • You need a device to help you move
  • Your eyes do not have full vision 

 

Meet Our Founder

Dr. Eric Jackson-Scott M.D., M.P.H.

Occupational Medicine & Preventive Medicine Physician

 

Dr. Eric Jackson-Scott is an Occupational / Preventive Medicine physician.  He completed his residency at an Ivy League institution, - University of Pennsylvania.  Dr. Jackson-Scott suffered a near fatal car accident that required getting a temporary disability placard.  The process was not easy.  Dr. Jackson-Scott began exploring how to make the process easier and more affordable for patients in need.  In June 2021, he opened HandicapMD in Los Angeles, CA and since then, HandicapMD has expanded across the country. 

Dr. Jackson-Scott and the team are very passionate about providing access to disabled parking for as many people as possible in as many states as possible who are in need of this beneficial service.  With the help of the Jackson-Scott Foundation, the team works diligently to help disabled children & adults get the help they require.

 

What is the Concierge Handicap Parking Tag Evaluation Process?

 

The Concierge Disability Tag Evaluation Process is designed to offer a personalized and streamlined experience for individuals seeking a disability parking tag. This process typically involves the following steps:

  1. Initial Contact: The individual interested in obtaining a disability tag reaches out to the concierge service, which could be through a website, phone call, or in-person visit. The service provides detailed information about the requirements and the process.

  2. Application : fill out the application forms for the disability tag, gather necessary documentation, which may include medical records, personal identification, and any other relevant documents required by the issuing authority.

  3. Medical Evaluation: A key component of the process is a medical evaluation conducted by a licensed healthcare professional. The concierge service may arrange for this evaluation to take place either in-person or online, depending on the service's capabilities and the individual's needs.

This concierge approach is designed to reduce the complexity and stress often associated with obtaining a disability tag, providing a more accessible and user-friendly process for individuals with disabilities.


 

 

What is the medical certification form for your disability parking placard?


This form is part of your application, and it needs to be filled out by an approved medical professional. This medical caregiver must be aware and have full knowledge of your disability. You have a little freedom here, as your medical professional can be one of the following:

  • Licensed doctor
  • Surgeon
  • Chiropractor
  • Optometrist
  • Physician’s assistant
  • Nurse practitioner
  • Certified nurse midwife
  • The person you select from that list will need to provide basic personal information, for example, name, address, medical license number and so on. Then they will have to check the category your disability falls under and provide a brief summary of your disability. Once he or she has finished their portion and signed it, that part of the application is ready to be turned in. If by chance, you do not have an approved medical professional to fill out that portion of your application, then you can contact organizations like handicapMD.com for help. This organization will connect you with a qualified medical professional, through the internet, and he or she will evaluate your disability and see if you meet the guidelines for eligibility. This makes this portion of the application process simpler and easier when you find it difficult to travel to appointments. Tags Vs. License plates While both options provide you with the same disabled parking privileges, there are a few differences between the two options. One difference is that you can’t lose your plates. They are permanently attached to your car or truck. The tag can often be misplaced when you are not careful. However, you cannot move a plate from car to car. That is where the tag has the advantage over the license plates. The tag can be used in any car you are riding in or driving. It just takes a second to move it from one rear-view mirror to another.


 

Types of disabled parking permits

How to Get Your DMV Handicap Disabled Persons Placard /  Disability License parking Plate


 

#1. Permanent: This is for those people who suffer from permanent disabilities, and it is typically valid for 2 years. This may vary from state to state The tag expires every June 30th in an odd year. The limit is one permanent tag per person.


#2. Temporary: This option is for those who are suffering from temporary disabilities and will recover in a short time. Their placards last for 6 months or until the date your doctor has set arrives. That date can be less than 6 months.. The disadvantage to this option is that it can only be renewed 6 consecutive times.  This may vary from state to state.  You would need to ensure the appropriate information by checking the state DMV forms.


#3. Travel tag: This option is for those state residents who have a permanent disabled tag. This can be either the tag or the plate, and it is good for up to 30 days from the date issued by the DMV.

 

#4. Non-resident travel tags: these are for non-state residents who are traveling to the state or through it. You must have a permanent disability parking permit from your home state to be eligible to get one. The non-resident travel permit is only good for 90 days or the date set by your doctor, whichever is shorter.

 

#5. Permanent disabled veteran license plate: you must be a disabled veteran to qualify and have an accepted disability. If you qualify, then you may be exempt from paying vehicle registration and license fees.

 

 

To learn more about these different disability tags, contact your local DMV office and talk to them. Or visit their website and search for the appropriate web page.

 

 

To apply for your disabled parking permit  

 

The process is not difficult, and you can do it online. All you have to do is sign up with HandicapMD, get approved by our practitioners, and mail it in.

The final way to apply is to go to your DMV office, pick up an application form, fill it out, and turn it in at the same office. Make sure the parking spaces and sections are filled out and properly signed. That means taking it to your approved medical professional and having them fill out the section that pertains to them. Make sure they sign the form as well.

When you are applying for a temporary tag, make sure to have your checkbook and your driver's license. You will be required to pay the fees at the time of application.  Patients that are being treated for a workers compensation injury can also get their parking permits.


To apply for a disability parking tag 

 

The process is the same for this option as it is for the removable windshield tag. You will need to meet the eligibility requirements and have your medical professional fill out and sign their portion of the application.

You can download, print or pick up the application, whichever is most convenient for you. Now where it gets different from the tag process, is that you have to provide your vehicle’s registration card or fill out a vehicle registration form and provide all necessary information.

 

Next, you have to pay any normal registration fees that are due and also surrender your current plates.

 

 

Medical provider’s certification of disability plate—a special license plate

 

As you already know, the person who fills in this section of your application must be a doctor, certified nurse midwife, chiropractor, surgeon, optometrist, or physician’s assistant. A licensed chiropractor can certify a disability where a person has lost the use of one or both legs or those legs have significant mobility limitations.

 

When you have a vision problem, then your optometrist, or a doctor or surgeon who specializes in eye diseases, may also complete and sign the medical portion of your tag application.

 

When you do not need a medical provider’s certification of disability:

 

  • When you have lost a leg, foot, or both hands and you appear in person at the nearest DMV office, make sure you have the completed application in hand when you do visit.
  • You already have a permanent DP tag or license plate assigned to your vehicle. Make sure to put the plate number in Part A of your application
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FAQs

 

 

#1. What permissions come with having a disability parking tag or license plate?

 

The tag or dp license plates or dv license plate allow you to park in certain zones that are off-limits to other drivers. You would park just like you would in normal parking. These permits allow you to park in the following places:

 

  • Disability parking spots that have the wheelchair symbol on them or on a sign
  • Blue painted curb- also reserved for disabled people
  • Green painted curb- these usually have time limits to them but those time limits do not apply to those people with a disabled parking tag or license
  • Metered street parking- usually found in the downtown section of any city
  • In restricted street parking reserved for residents or store owners
  • Also, you can get full service gas at self-service prices if those station s have more than one attendant on duty
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#2. Can I park anywhere when I get my disabled parking?

 

No, you can’t. Disabled permits are not a free pass to park anywhere you want. There are some locations where it will still be illegal for you to place your car.

 

  • If you do not use a wheelchair, you cannot park in a cross-hatched parking zone. Those are reserved for those who are restricted to a wheelchair.
  • Red painted curbs- those are no parking zones all the time for everyone
  • Yellow painted curbs- these zones are for commercial vehicles that need to load or unload passengers.
  • White painted curbs- these are commercial loading and unloading zones. Or they are for those people who need to quickly drop some letters in a mail box.
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#3. Can I share my disability parking tag or license plates?


No, you cannot. The disabled permit is for your use only. However, you can use the tag if you are riding in a friend’s or family member's car. It is illegal to do the following:

 

  • Let a friend or family member borrow your tag 
  • Use someone else’s tag 
  • Forge a medical professional’s signature
  • Have or display a counterfeit tag or plate

Abusing your permit or plate can lead to the DMV revoking permission to use the tag and the privileges that come with it. You may also be assessed a penalty, fined, or given a short jail sentence.

 

 

#4. Do I need to renew my permanent handicap parking tag?


No, you do not need to do anything to renew your parking permit. The DMV will do that automatically for you as long as they have your current address. If you have moved, make sure to fill out a change of address card at your DMV’s office.

 

There are several ways you can do this. One, is to visit your local DMV office and fill out and hand in the change of address card. Two, download, fill out, and print the form off of the DMV’s website. Then mail it to the address on the form.

 

Three: call the DMV and have their automated voice system send you a form. After you get it, fill it out and mail it back in. The good news is that once you have been approved for a disability parking tag, you do not need to go through the medical professional certification again.

 

 

#5. How long are disability parking permits valid?

 

For permanent handicapped tag and plates, under permanent disability, the term is 2 years, dating to every June 30th in an odd year. For example, 2021, 2023, 2025 and so on.

 

For temporary tags, under temporary disability, their validity lasts only 180 days or the date placed on the application by your doctor. These tags can be renewed up to 6 times in a row.

 

 

#6. How do I replace my disability parking permit if it is lost or stolen or damaged?

 

To get a substitute tag, you need to complete and sign the application for replacement plates, stickers, and documents. Then, if the tag is still in your possession but damaged, give it to the DMV officer and pay the fee if applicable.

 

You can make an appointment with your local DMV office or you can mail it 

 

 

Then you have to wait up to 4 weeks before you receive your replacement tag 

 

 

#7. I have a wheelchair lift that obstructs the view of my rear license plate. Do you have window decals?

The DMV offers free window stickers or decals for vehicles with a wheelchair lift or carrier. The decal is white background with black letters or numbers. These letters and numbers match the vehicle’s plate. The decal goes on the rear window.  Clearly, this service is available for patients who meet the qualifications for a disabled placard.

To be eligible for a decal, you must:

  • Have a DP tag already
  • Transport a Disabled person with a tag 
  • Your vehicle has a tag or plate already

 

Do NOT give this application to your local DMV motor vehicle office. You will receive your decal within 6 to 8 weeks.

 

 

#8. Where are the DMV field offices located?

 

These offices are spread out throughout each state and you can find the nearest one to your location by going to the DMV website

 

Some final words

These disabled permits are not for everyone. They are for legitimately disabled people. What they do is help each disabled person find the right parking spot and make their lives a little easier.

 

The key is to follow all the rules and be legitimately disabled to get a DMV handicap parking placard evaluation online.



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