In Minnesota, a person may display disability plates on passenger class vehicles (cars, vans, pickups), self-propelled recreational vehicles (RV), one-ton pickups and motorcycles.
You will receive a temporary permit when you apply. The state will mail your plates to you.
The applicant must be one of the following
- permanently disabled and the owner or primary operator of the vehicle the plates will be on
- the custodial parent or guardian applying on behalf of a permanently disable minor
- the owner of a commercial rental motor vehicle specially modified for and used exclusively by permanently physically disabled people
How to apply
For initial, duplicate or replacement disability plates, complete and bring the application (PDF) to any county service center. For a shorter wait time, make an appointment.