Are you in need of a placard for your vehicle indicating that you are handicapped? If so, you’ll need to deal with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to obtain the placard. Depending on what your condition is and what a doctor jots down, your placard may be issued permanently or temporarily. Despite its name, a permanent placard will only remain valid for a period of four years.
Before heading to the DMV to start the process of obtaining your placard, you’re going to need to visit a doctor so that he or she can provide you a written recommendation detailing why the placard is necessary. You and your doctor will have to take care of filling out what’s called an Application Form for Disabled Person Parking. Doctors that are eligible to fill out this form include but are not limited to chiropractors, general physicians, optometrists, and nurse practitioners.
Being a non-emergency medical transportation company, we understand the need for handicapped placards, including how indispensable they are to individuals needing them to get around. In regards to our services, we provide reliable local and long-distance transportation you can depend on. Give us a call today to learn more.
This update is by iTransport Services, a non-emergency medical transportation Miami provider for paratransit VIP needs. Our company operates throughout Miami-Dade County, offering door-to-door transportation services. We also operate in parts of Monroe County’s Upper to Middle Keys and our fleet includes a series of minivans, vans, and sedans. For more information on non-emergency transportation service Miami, please call 305-662-6797.