Types of DP placards:
Permanent parking placard for permanent disabilities. Valid for two years. Expires on June 30 of every odd-numbered year. You are only allowed to have one permanent placard at any given time.
Temporary parking placard for temporary disabilities. Valid for up to 180 days (six months) or until the date noted by your qualifying licensed medical professional on the application (whichever time frame is shorter). Can not be renewed more than six times in a row.
Travel parking placard for California residents who currently have a permanent DP parking placard, DP License Plates, or Disabled Veteran (DV) License Plates. Valid for 30 days from the date the placard is issued by DMV.
Travel parking placards for nonresidents who plan to travel in California and have a permanent disability and/or DV License Plates. Valid for up to 90 days or until the date noted by your licensed medical professional on the application (whichever time frame is shorter).
You may qualify for a DP placard or DP License Plates if you have impaired mobility for any of these reasons:
1、You have lost the use of one or lower extremities, or both hands.
2、You have a diagnosed disease that substantially impairs or interferes with mobility.
3、You are unable to move without the aid of an assistive device.
4、You have specific, documented visual problems, including lower vision or partial-sightedness
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