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Car Tags|Disabled Person Plates And Placards

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                                                                            Disabled Person's License Plate

 

To obtain a Disabled Person's license plate, an MV-9D (Disabled Person's Parking Affidavit) must be completed by a Georgia-licensed healthcare practitioner and be notarized.  The licensed healthcare practitioner must designate on the MV-9D form if the disability is temporary or permanent.  For a disabled person's license plate to be issued, the disability must be permanent.  Bring the completed form along with your Georgia driver's license or Georgia ID Card with a current Cherokee County address to any Cherokee County Tag office. The Disabled Person's license plate cost is $20.00 plus any other fees which apply, including ad valorem or TAVT tax. If the Vehicle currently has a valid Georgia license plate and the disabled person is requesting a disabled person license plate for that same vehicle, the Georgia license plate must be returned to the tag office.  If it is not returned, a disabled persons license plate cannot be issued.

 

                                                                           Disabled Person's Placard

To obtain a Disabled Person's placard (which hangs from the rear-view mirror), an MV-9D (Disabled Person's Parking Affidavit) must be completed by a Georgia-licensed healthcare practitioner and be notarized.  Bring the completed form along with your Georgia driver's license or Georgia ID card with a current Cherokee County address to any Cherokee County Tag Office. The licensed healthcare practitioner must designate on the form MV-9D wheather the disability is temporary or permanent. Temporary permits are issued for six months.  To renew a temporary placard, a newly completed form must be submitted. Permanent placards must be replaced every four years but do not require the submittal of a new MV-9D form.  To qualify for the license plates, the disability must be permanent.  To renew a permanent placard, the person who initially was issued the permanent placard must bring the permanent placard they currently have along with his/her Georgia Driver's license or Georgia ID card to any Cherokee County Tag Office.

 

 

 

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