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Only renewals can be completed online. To renew your permanent disability parking placard, please scroll to that section of this page.
To apply by mail for a permanent or temporary disability parking placard:
Michigan Department of State
Internal Services Section
P.O. Box 30764
Lansing, MI 48918-8264
Disability Parking Placard Application
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To apply at our office for a permanent or temporary disability parking placard:
Disability Parking Placard Application

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To renew a permanent disability parking placard online:
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To renew a permanent disability parking placard by mail, submit a written request including your:
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To renew a permanent disability parking placard in our office, you will need your expiring disability placard number.
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There is no fee to apply for or renew a disability parking placard.
To renew an expired temporary disability parking placard, submit a new application, including the licensed medical professional’s certification and signature.
Yes, you may have both a disability parking placard and disability license plate at the same time. The disability placard allows you to drive or travel in vehicles without a disability license plate and still access disability parking spaces. You may use your disability placard in your own vehicle if you don’t have a disability license plate, but most people choose to apply for a plate because of the convenience.
State law requires that a disability parking spot must only be used when the person with a disability is either driving or being transported in the vehicle.
We recommend renewing your permanent disability parking placard online or by mail. You also can renew your placard by visiting one of our offices or by calling 888-SOS-MICH (888-767-6424).
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