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Disability Placard

A disabled person may apply for a Disability Placard at no charge. You can also renew or replace your Placard online. Find out if you are eligible below and apply online today.



You may be eligible for a disability placard if one of the following is true:

  • You cannot walk 200 feet without stopping to rest
  • You cannot walk without the use of or assistance from a brace, cane, crutch, another person, prosthetic device, wheelchair or other assistant device
  • Your forced (respiratory) expiratory volume is one liter, or your arterial oxygen tension is less than 60MM/HG on room air at rest
  • You must use portable oxygen
  • You have functional limitations that are classified in severity as Class III or Class IV according to standards set by the American Heart Association
  • You are severely limited in your ability to walk due to an arthritic, neurological, or orthopedic condition, or complications due to pregnancy
  • You are certified legally blind
  • You are missing one or more limbs, impairing mobility

If you are applying for a renewal:

  • You still have the health limitation that was listed and approved on your original disability placard application
  • You currently have a valid (unexpired) disability placard
  • You have NOT previously applied for or received a replacement placard for your current placard

If you are applying for a replacement:

  • You still have the health limitation that was listed and approved on your original disability placard application
  • Your disability placard was valid and unexpired

Types of Disability Placards

Disability Placards are issued to disabled individuals and can be used in any vehicle. Depending on the severity of your disability, you can apply for one of the two types of placards listed below. Your physician can help you determine which is more appropriate:


If your doctor selects the temporary placard option, they’ll also include the expiration date (a maximum of 6 months from the date your application is processed).

5 Year

Valid for 5 years from the processing date.

Note: We no longer offer lifetime permanent disability placards.

If you wish to obtain a disability license plate, you must first have a 5-year disability placard. A disability license plate must be renewed every year. To apply for a disability license plate, click here.

How to Apply

Complete your portion online

Select between the options to renew, replace, or apply for a new disability placard. You will also be asked for the number of placards being requested.

Enter your physician's information

Be sure to include your physician’s email. If you do not have this information, please contact your physician’s office.

Submit your application

Once your application is submitted, there is nothing left to do on your end. Your physician will receive an email to complete his/her portion of the form and submit it to Service Oklahoma.


Disability placard applications expire 60 days past the date of the physician's signature.

Receive your placard by mail

Once your physician submits their portion of the application, you should expect to receive the placard to the address provided in your application. Due to high application volumes, please allow up to 60 days to receive your placard.

Other Ways to Apply

In Person

Download the disability placard application by clicking the “Download Application” button below. After you’ve filled out the application with your physician, mail it in or drop it off at the address listed.

Download Application

At Your Physician’s Office

Submit a digital application at your next physician visit. At your next appointment, click the "Apply with Physician" button to submit a digital application. This can only be completed with your physician present.

Apply With Physician

Addresses for Applications:


Service Oklahoma

6015 N Classen Blvd.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118

Mail To


Service Oklahoma

P.O. Box 11415

Oklahoma City, OK 73136

Frequently Asked Questions

You can expect your disability placard within 20 business days of submitting your application.

To ensure proper delivery, please make sure that you’ve given us your correct mailing address. Also, be sure that you’ve included any apartment numbers, suite numbers, or box numbers in your return mailing address. If you haven’t received your disability parking placard after 20 business days, you’re welcome to call the Disability Parking Permit Desk at (405) 522-7000 to check on the status of your application.

You can start the process to renew your placard 6 months before it expires.

No, you must renew your placard before it expires. If you use an expired placard, you may receive a citation.

The placard is issued to the person, not to the vehicle. As long as you are riding in the vehicle with your disability parking placard, it’s valid.

A physician, physician assistant, advanced registered nurse practitioner (ARNP), osteopathic physician, chiropractor, podiatrist, or optometrist can sign your application.

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