How to Apply for a Handicap Parking Permit?
It is a violation of the toll evasion statutes under California Vehicle Code Section 23302 et seq. and Streets and Highways Code Section 30843 if you fail to pay the established bridge toll.
Under California Vehicle Code Section 40250 et seq. toll evasion violations shall be enforced by the issuance of notices of toll evasion, delinquent toll evasion and the imposition of civil penalties. The following is a schedule of toll evasion penalties.
Can you use your handicap placard in another car?
You can get the Application for Disabled Person Placard or Plates (Form REF 195) by going to your local California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Office or printing the document online.
There is no fee for a permanent parking placards and license plates, but there is a $6 fee for a temporary parking placards.
Who qualifies for a handicap placard?
Who Qualifies for a Handicap Parking Permit?
Inability to walk without the use of a brace, cane, crutch, prosthetic device, wheelchair or similar device.
Diseases that limit walking or the ability to use your legs.
Advanced lung or cardiac disease.
Lost Handicap Placard Requirements
What do you do if you lost your handicap placard?
How to Replace Lost Handicap Placards?
Obtain an Application for Disabled Person Placard.
Make a copy of your validated receipt for the original placard.
If you can't find your latest validated receipt for the original placard, ask your physician complete a new "Physician's Statement for Disabled Person's Placard," and submit it with your application.
Categories of Disabled Placards
The three types of placards are permanent placards, disabled person (DP) license plates, or disabled veteran (DV) license plates.
Disabled Person (DP) License Plates.
Disabled Veteran (DV) License Plates.
Temporary Parking Placard.