How to Obtain a Connecticut Disability Permit

If you’ve just moved to Connecticut or have been a resident of the state for a while but have recently sustained a temporary injury, you may need to ability for […]

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Connecticut Handicap Parking Placards and Plates – How Do You Get Them?

If you’ve been injured and won’t have full use of your limbs or other body parts that are necessary for driving, you may you can apply for a handicap parking permit or placard as a Connecticut citizen. These permits and placards are also available to you if you’re a Connecticut resident and have a permanent disability. Dealing with a disability has its challenges, even if you’ll only have the condition for a short time. Being able to find places to park that will make it easier to get to work or other important locations can make your day go a little smoother. You can even apply for handicap permits for your children to ensure you can park as close as you can need to when your little ones are in the vehicle with you.

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Connecticut Laws Regarding Handicap Placards

If you’ve been temporarily or permanently disabled and want to know if you can receive a handicap license plate or placard for your vehicle, there are specific guidelines you should be aware of if you live in Connecticut. Each state has its own rules when it comes to handicap parking permits, so knowing what is required when you live in Connecticut can expedite the process and make it easier to park at a variety of Connecticut retail and professional locations.

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Do You Qualify For a Handicap Parking Permit In Connecticut?

If you live in Connecticut and need to handicap parking permit or placard, there are specific steps in the application process. While regulations vary from state to state, you can usually use your Connecticut permit in other states if you’re traveling. Here is some information to keep in mind when you apply, and what to expect once you have your permit.

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Connecticut Handicap Parking Permits and How to Get Them

The state of Connecticut made headlines a few years ago when it announced that it would no longer provide disability parking permits valid for the duration of the applicant’s life, with no expiration date. These “lifetime” permanent handicap parking permits allow the bearers to take advantage of the plentiful and convenient designated handicapped parking spaces throughout the state of Connecticut.

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