2288 Special Group or Organization Registration Plates for Persons With Disabilities


Published: 2015

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2200 Division of Motor Vehicles

Vehicle Services

 

2288 Special Group or Organization Registration Plates for Persons With Disabilities

 

1.0 Design and Issue

The Division of Motor Vehicles may design and issue special registration plates for groups or organizations as defined in Delaware Code Title 21, Chapter 21, Subchapter 2, to include the international person with disability wheelchair symbol.

 

2.0 Special Plate Qualification

To qualify for a special registration plate under this Regulation, the applicant or a household member shall have 1 or more of the disabilities that are permanent with no prognosis for improvement as defined in 21 Del.C. §2134.

 

3.0 Specialty Plate Issuance

The person for whom a specialty plate is issued under this Regulation must be the driver of or a passenger in the vehicle bearing the special plate issued under this Regulation, whenever the vehicle parks in a parking space or zone restricted for use only by vehicles with a special license plate or placard for persons with disabilities which limit or impair the ability to walk.

 

4.0 Parking Access

A vehicle with a special plate issued under this Regulation may park in parking spaces or zones restricted for use by persons with disabilities which limit or impair the ability to walk.

 

5.0 Display Restrictions

Only passenger cars, station wagons, pickup trucks, motorcycles, panel van trucks and other motor vehicles that are reasonably used by persons with disabilities which limit or impair the ability to walk and that have a gross registered weight which does not exceed 10,000 lbs. may display a special plate issued under this Regulation.

18 DE Reg. 1001 (06/01/15)