Do You Qualify For A Disabled Parking Permit? (Video)
According to the 2017 Disability Statistics Annual Report, around one in ten Americans are classified as having a disability.
Watch our video to learn more about qualifying conditions for disabled parking permits.
Qualifying conditions for disabled parking permits vary from state to state.
However, most states consider drivers disabled if they:
- Can’t walk a set number of feet without stopping to rest (in some states this number can be as low as 50 or as high as 200)
- Require the use of a cane, crutch, brace, prosthetic device, wheelchair, or the assistance of another person
- Require the use of a portable oxygen mask to walk
- Are considered to be legally blind (visual acuity of 20/200 or less with the use of corrective lenses)
If one of these conditions applies to you but you’re finding it hard to get into a doctor’s office, you can use Dr Handicap.
This first-of-its kind online service acts as an intermediary between people with disabilities and state DMVs in order to help patients obtain disabled parking permits without needing to leave the comfort of their home.
Dr. Handicap supports people with disabilities by using physicians licensed by state to evaluate claims, write prescriptions and provide patients with help throughout the application process.
To see if you qualify, apply for an evaluation with one of our doctors today!