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Starting December 1 Texas DMV will no longer automatically issue disability placards with DV plates.

A note with a doctor’s signature will be required to obtain a placard.

Texas law will require all vehicles with DV (Disabled Veteran) license plates parked in an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible parking space to also display a placard with the International Symbol of Access (ISA).

According to Senate Bill 792, which was signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott in May.

DV plates, will no longer be sufficient by themselves to legally park in accessible parking spaces starting Jan. 1, 2022.

Using the parking placard or a license plate with ISA to park in an accessible parking space is only allowed when the person with the disability is utilizing the space, or the disabled person is being driven by another person.

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