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Handicapped drivers don't have to pay the meter\u2014ever. Red, yellow, and white curbs are off-limits to handicapped drivers. Those with permanent disabilities can obtain handicapped permits that last as long as they have a driver's license.
This applies to both private and public off-street parking garages and parking lots. California Vehicle Code privileges for free parking with a disabled placards and license plates only apply to on-street parking.
It takes about 2 weeks to receive your disabled placard or plates after you submit your application.
Do I have to transfer these plates to my new vehicle? A. You can use your Disabled Persons License Plates on your new vehicle. Take both sets of license plates along with the current registration card on your new vehicle to your local DMV field office.
You will receive your parking placard approximately four weeks after you submit the application.

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How do you safely dispose of an expired disabled placard? The Department of Motor Vehicles encourages people to return expired disabled placards to the DMV, spokesman Jaime Garza said. \u201cIt's as simple as dropping them off at a DMV field office or mailing them in,\u201d Garza said.
For example, in California, you simply fill out and submit an Application for Replacement Plates, Stickers, Documents (REG 156). You're able to submit the application online, or you can mail it in through snail mail to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
Section 22511.5 of the California Vehicle Code says a disabled placard allows you to park \u201cfor unlimited periods\u201d in any space \u201cthat is restricted as to the length of time parking is permitted.\u201d It also allows you \u201cto park in any metered parking space without being required to pay parking meter fees.\u201d
AAA branches also offer these DMV services: New and used boat transfers. Release of liability. Replacement license plates. Disabled person parking placards.
You can get the Application for Disabled Person Placard or Plates (Form REF 195) by going to your local California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Office or printing the document online. There is no fee for a permanent parking placards and license plates, but there is a $6 fee for a temporary parking placards.

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