Question: If I have a disability permit do I need a UCF permit also?
Answer: Yes. You must display a valid disability permit and a valid UCF permit on your vehicle.

Disability Permits


Disabled parking is available for use if you have a valid UCF parking permit and display a valid disabled hang tag or license plate. In the event that no designated disabled spaces are available, you may use any valid non-reserved, non-marked parking space close to your destination. Unauthorized parking in a disabled space is a $250 fine. Disabled placards or hang tags must be registered in the user’s name. Using a disabled placard that does not belong to you may result in the placard being confiscated and a $250 fine.

If you have a valid UCF parking permit and display a valid disabled hang tag or license plate, you may park in available disabled parking spaces. If no disabled spaces are available, you may use any non-reserved, non-marked space close to your destination.

If you have a temporary disability, our department does not have accommodations for temporary disabilities.

If you need a temporary disabled placard, it first must be approved by your physician. Please click on the link below for requesting a temporary disabled placard through the Florida department of Highway and Safety Vehicles.
http://www.flhsmv.gov/forms/handiform.html

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