How Can You Get A Disabled Parking Permit in Louisiana?

Getting a disabled parking permit in the United States can be hard because there are certain laws and guidelines unique to every state. There are many contributing factors you have to consider when finding out where to start – including your state, county, reference, specific disability, and more. If you want to start the process for receiving a disabled parking permit in Louisiana, you should start with reading and following this guide.

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How Can You Get a Handicap Parking License and Personalized Plates for Alternative Vehicles in Louisiana?

In order for you to receive a free handicapped license plate in Louisiana for your van or bus, the vehicle must have a built-in device for raising and lowering wheelchairs. It must only be used by or for aiding mobility impaired people – it may be operated by either a mobility impaired person or by a person who is using the vehicle to benefit a mobility impaired person.

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How Do You Get Dealer and Prestige Handicapped License Plates in Louisiana?

The Office of Motor Vehicles has a process in which licensed motor vehicle dealers may obtain a special handicapped license plate in Louisiana. The special handicapped dealer license plates can substitute dealer plates or be an addition to any handicapped license plate an impaired person already has. Any vehicle that has a special handicapped dealer license plate on it has to be driven for the benefit of a mobility-impaired person.

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How Do You Complete Your Application for a Handicap Permit in Louisiana?

To submit an application for a handicap permit in Louisiana, you have to have a form filled in by a doctor confirming that you, in fact, have a disability that qualifies you for a permit. Follow this guide if you are feeling confused or unsure about how to fill out the form.

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Louisiana Handicap Parking Permits: What You Need to Know

Living with a disability means making adjustments in your life that most other people don’t have to think about. You may have to add features in your home that make it easier to complete daily tasks. Finding a parking space when you go to special events, attend school or go to work every day can also be a challenge when you have a disability.

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