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May be issued for $15 for an annual permit or $7.50 for a semester permit provided the original permit is returned (even if in remnants) or proof of sale of the original vehicle is presented. Every effort should be made to keep the removed permit’s number intact. When the original permit, or sufficient remnants is not returned or proof of sale, the replacement fee shall be the full fee in effect at the time of the replacement. The full fee also applies to permits to replace those that are reported lost. The replacement fee for a stolen permit is $15.00; however, if a permit is stolen, a Parking & Transportation affidavit must be filled out at the main office prior purchasing a replacement permit
It is to your advantage to remove any permit from a vehicle that is sold or no longer in use. Permit numbers may be used as identifiers.
Temporary parking permits must be obtained when an unregistered, substitute vehicle is being parked on campus. A temporary permit may be obtained at the Visitor and Parking Information Center or at the Parking and Transportation Services Office during business hours. Temporary permits are issued at no charge and allows the same parking privileges as does the permanent decal for which it substitutes. A temporary permit may be issued for a maximum period of seven (7) days. A maximum of six (6) temporary permits may be issued to a university constituent in a single semester. Failure to obtain a temporary permit will result in a citation for registration violation. A temporary permit shall be displayed on the vehicle rearview mirror facing forward. A temporary permit is issued to a specific vehicle and is not transferable. Since hang tag permits are transferable from vehicle to vehicle, holders of hang tag permits may be issued a temporary permit for one day only.
“No Parking” Areas
Safety precautions necessitate some “No Parking” areas on the UCF campus. These areas must remain clear to permit other vehicles, to include emergency, service, and maintenance vehicles, to maneuver safely through the area. The absence of “No Parking” signs does not always mean that parking is permitted in an area. An example would be parking alongside curbed areas inside paved parking lots.