I am disabled and would like to obtain license plates with the international symbol of access. What should I do?
Texas law allows disabled residents to obtain one set of plates with the international symbol of access and one placard; or, you can get two placards. The placard may be displayed in any vehicle used to transport the disabled person when parked in a disabled person parking space if the vehicle does not have disabled person license plates. An application form (VTR-214) is available online at www.txdmv.gov or at the county tax office. The form must be completed and notarized by the applicant's physician. An acceptable form of ID is also required.
There is no fee for the permanent placard, which must be renewed every four years. There is no extra fee for the license plate, which is only available with a permanent disability.
A temporary placard may be issued for a six month period with the completed form and a $5 fee.
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