A person who qualifies for disability or disabled veteran plates may register one vehicle with special plates and is not subject to Motor Vehicle Registration Taxes or registration fees. An applicant is only eligible for one senior, disability or disabled veteran exemption on one vehicle.
Second and subsequent sets of plates are available upon payment of full fees.
Plates cannot be requested by mail unless the applicant lives in a remote part of Alaska and does not have access to a DMV office.
|Special license plates are available to persons who have a specifically defined disability that limits or impairs their ability to walk. These plates allow that special consideration be given for parking in designated parking spaces. This consideration applies to motor vehicles titled in the name of the person with the mobility impairment.|
An original Application for Disabled Parking Identification is required before the plates can be issued.
|To apply for disabled veteran's license plates with parking privileges, an applicant must submit the following documentation of a mobility impairment and proof of service related disability:|
A disabled veteran who has a service related disability but does not meet the specifically defined criteria may obtain disabled veteran plates with a certification from the U.S. government that they have a 50% or greater service related disability.
Disabled Vet plates without parking privileges do not have the wheelchair logo.