North Dakota Handicap Parking Placards – What You Need to Know

When you have a disability, you have to make adjustments to your daily life. You may have features in your home that make it easier for you to complete household chores or take care of personal hygiene. When you go to events, attend school or travel to the office, it may be necessary for you to access parking spaces that are closest to the entrances for these buildings.

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North Dakota Disabled Parking Permits – How to Qualify

When you have a disability, it’s important to be aware of your surroundings so you’ll know which amenities are available to you. If you travel around the city often or have to visit several locations for work or school, taking advantage of close parking spaces can save you time and energy.

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What do I Need to Know About Disabled Parking in North Dakota?

Most people recognize the white wheelchair symbol on a blue background that means disabled parking, but what else is there to know about North Dakota disabled parking permits? These permits, issued to persons with a disability or injury that limits their ability to walk, are valid in all 50 states for your safety and comfort.

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How do I qualify for Disabled Parking in North Dakota?

The state of North Dakota Department of Motor Vehicles issues disabled parking permits to persons with difficulty walking more than 200 feet. If you qualify for a disabled parking permit, you must verify your eligibility with a physician signed certificate. Once you have obtained your certificate, you may file it in person at a local North Dakota Department of Motor Vehicles office.

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How do I Get Disabled Parking in North Dakota?

The North Dakota Department of Motor Vehicles issues disabled parking permits to anyone with difficulty walking more than 200 feet. These permits are issued on a temporary basis lasting up to three months, or on a permanent basis. Note that permanently disabled parking permits must be renewed every three years with the Department of Motor Vehicles.

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