Foreign visitor placard
(1) The Department of Transportation may issue a disabled person parking permit in the form of a placard to a person who is visiting from a foreign country if the person presents to the department either a valid driver license or other grant of driving privileges from the foreign country or a passport or visa showing that the person is a visitor to the United States and presents one of the following:
(a) A valid disabled person parking permit issued by the country that issued the visitor’s passport or visa;
(b) A certificate from an official of the agency that issues disabled person parking permits in the country that issued the visitor’s passport or visa certifying that the person holds a valid disabled person parking permit; or
(c) A certificate from a licensed physician, a certified nurse practitioner or a licensed physician assistant addressed to the Department of Transportation certifying that the applicant is a person with a disability, or a certificate from a licensed optometrist certifying that the applicant is a person with a disability because of loss of vision or substantial loss of visual acuity or visual field beyond correction.
(2) A disabled person parking permit issued under this section is valid for 30 days. [1997 c.680 §2; 1999 c.582 §17; 2001 c.827 §17; 2007 c.70 §335]
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