Once you’ve got your handicap parking permit in hand, you’ll want to make sure you’re following all of the regulations laid out by your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). One big question that handicap placard holders usually have is whether their permits are valid in other states.
Feeling in the dark about the disabled parking laws in California? No problem! Here’s a breakdown on everything you need to know about obtaining and using a handicap parking placard in the Golden State.
Because of technology, completing the process to obtain a handicap placard is actually easier than it’s ever been. Here’s a look at how to get your disabled parking permit online.
Known as the “Silver State” because of how important silver is to its history and economy, this Western-sitting state also features the Hoover Dam, Red Rock National Park, Lake Tahoe, and the Lehman Caves. Which is all well and good, but how does Nevada fare when it comes down to disabled parking?
Handicap parking permits are designed to help individuals with conditions that impact their ability to walk short distances. The type of the disability can range widely, from vision loss to a cardiac condition. Wondering whether your disability would count as a qualifying condition for a handicap parking permit? Read on for more info!