Disabled Parking Permits

A placard can be purchased by any individual with disabilities that limit or impair the ability to walk or is certified legally blind. The parking permit entitles the driver transporting the disabled passenger to utilize handicap parking facilities. The placard is transferable to any vehicle transporting the disabled person. The placard is to be hung on the rear view mirror when using the designated parking spaces.

Applicants and their physician are required to sign for the permit.

A temporary disabled parking permit is also available for a 6 month period.

Download an Application for Disabled Person Parking Permit as well as an Application for a replacement by visiting our ONLINE FORMS section.

Do’s and Don’ts for using a Florida disabled parking permit


Correct use of a disabled parking permit

  1. Hang permit on your rearview mirror.
  2. Hang permit so expiration date can be seen.
  3. Have permit registration with you at all times.
  4. Make sure permit is not expired.
  5. Park properly in disabled space.
  6. Remove permit before driving.
  7. Get permit replaced immediately if lost.
  8. Return permit to DMV if permit is no longer needed.
  9. Always use YOUR OWN PERMIT ONLY.
  10. Be courteous to police or parking officials.


Incorrect use/abuse of a disabled parking permit

  1. Don’t use someone else’s permit (including relative).
  2. Don’t park in Access Aisle (Stripped Area). Fine for parking in Access Aisle is $250.00 even with a permit.
  3. Don’t drive with permit hanging on rearview mirror.
  4. Don’t use expired permit.
  5. Don’t put permit on dash with expiration date covered up.
  6. Don’t let anyone else use your permit including close family members and relatives.
  7. (Permits are registered one permit per name) Permit registered to person not vehicle)