Disability Plates and Placard Services

Alaska Tags and Titles is here to serve those with impaired mobility.  A person who qualifies for disability or disabled veteran plates may register one vehicle with a permanent registration.  This one vehicle is not subject to Motor Vehicle Registration Taxes or registration fees.

Important: An applicant is only eligible for one permanent registration (this includes senior, disability or disabled veteran exemption) on one vehicle.  Second and subsequent sets of plates are available upon payment of full fees.

We can provide the following:

  • Disabled Placards –  Permanent and Temporary (hangs from mirror)
  • Disabled Plates – with and without parking privileges
  • Disabled Veteran Plates – with and without parking privileges

Disabled Placards – Permanent and Temporary

  1. Provide a completed Application for Disabled Parking Identification.  Form is found here: Application for disabled parking permit Note: It must be completed by a certified Alaskan doctor.

Disabled Plates

  1. Provide a completed Application for Disabled Parking Identification.  Form is found here: Application for a disabled parking permit Note: It must be completed by a certified Alaskan doctor.
  2. Complete a Vehicle Transaction Application.

Disabled Veteran Plates 

A disabled veteran who has a service related disability may obtain disabled veteran plates with a certification from the U.S. government that they have a 50% or greater service related disability.

  • With parking privileges
  1.  Provide a completed Application for Disabled Parking Identification. Note: It must be completed by a certfied Alaskan doctor.     AND
  2. A certificate or letter from an agency of the United States federal government, including the veteran’s administration, stating the person has a service related disability and is at least 50% disabled.
  3. Complete a Vehicle Transaction Application.
  •  Without parking privileges
  1.  A certificate or letter from an agency of the United States federal government, including the veteran’s administration, stating the person has a service related disability and is at least 50% disabled.
  2. Complete a Vehicle Transaction Application.