ID Cards for Persons with Disabilities

Basic Requirements

  1. Applicant with a permanent/temporary disability or urgent medical condition and would like to a disability symbol, medical information, and or seating/transportation indicators placed on driver's license or ID card.
  2. Eligibility for Placement of the Disability or medical information must be verified by a medical doctor on the DDS-29 unless the permanent disability is obvious.
  3. There is no age requirement. Any person old enough to sign their name, or make a mark indicating their legal signature can apply.

Documents Required

  1. Documentation showing your identity, residential address, full social security number, and U.S. citizenship or proof of lawful presence in the United States. Click here for more information
  2. Furnish the original Certificate of Eligibility (DDS-29) completed by the applicant and medical doctor, if applicable.
  3. All documents must be in English.

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Notes

  1. Customer has the discretion to select which medical conditions in section III of the DDS-29 will appear on their driver's license or ID card.
  2. If seating and /or transportation indicators are placed on the driver's license or ID card the documents must also include the disability symbol on the front.
  3. Applicants are not eligible for a Georgia ID card if they possess an unexpired driver's license from another state or country.
  4. Medical and Vision Information.
  5. In 2006, the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) assumed responsibility for the issuing Disabled Persons Parking Placards (hang tags). Placards are available throughout the state at local county tag offices. The MV-9D application is available on the DOR website.
  6. A special license plate is also available for the motor vehicle (including motorcycle) of a person with a permanent disability. The MV-9D is also required to obtain the Disabled Persons License Plate.
Last Updated On: 12/17/2014

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