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Physically Disabled License Plate

If you currently possess an active and current 5-year Disability Placard, you may be eligible for a Physically Disabled License Plate. This License Plate will replace both your Disability Placard and your standard License Plate.


Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

A current 5-year Disability Parking Placard

Temporary placards do not meet the criteria. Your 5-year Disability Placard must have already been issued by Service Oklahoma (previously the Department of Public Safety). For more information on obtaining a Disability Placard, please click here.

Valid Oklahoma vehicle registration


Your Disability Placard will combine with your new Disability License Plate to form a single registration. When a Physically Disabled License Plate is assigned, it replaces your standard License Plate. The standard License Plate is no longer needed and may be returned to Service Oklahoma or a Licensed Operator.

You will have the option to order a single plate for the back of your vehicle, or multiple plates for the front and back of your vehicle.

How to Start


Obtain your Disability Placard

If you have not yet applied for a Disability Placard, visit our Disability Placard page to learn more.


Gather the following documents

Please have your vehicle title number and Oklahoma License Plate number ready for filing and documentation.


Visit a Service Oklahoma or Licensed Operator location


Receive License Plate

To receive your Physically Disabled License Plate the same day as your appointment, visit our Service Oklahoma headquarters at 6015 N Classen Blvd in Oklahoma City. Alternatively, if you choose to visit a Licensed Operator location (formally known as a Tag Agency), your Physically Disabled License Plate will be delivered to you by mail. You will receive a standard License Plate to use while you wait.

Please allow up to 20 business days to receive your new plate in the mail.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, your Disability Placard information must be current in order to continue to display this plate type.

No, a Disability Placard is required in order to apply for a Physically Disabled License Plate.

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