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Application for Disabled Person Tag and/or Licence Plate

  • Legally blind - If the person has less than 20/200 of visual acuity in the better eye with correcting lenses or visual acuity greater than 20/200 but with a limitation in the field of vision such that the widest diameter of the visual field subtends an angle no greater than 20 degrees.
  • Mobility problems which substantially impairs the person's ability to walk. This includes any of the following situations where a person:
  1. Cannot walk 200 feet without stopping to rest;
  2. Cannot walk without the use of or assistance from an assistance device, including a brace, cane, crutch, another person or a prosthetic device;
  3. Cannot ambulate without a wheelchair or similar device;
  4. Is restricted by lung disease to the extent that the person's forced respiratory volume for one second, measured by spirometry, is less than one litre, or the arterial oxygen tension is less, than 60 millimetres or mercury on room air at rest;
  5. Uses portable oxygen;
  6. Has a cardiac condition to the extent that the person's functional limitations are classified in severity as Class III or Class IV according to standards set by the American Heart Association;
  7. Is severely limited in the ability to walk because of an arthritic neurological, or orthopedic condition; or has another debilitating condition that, in the opinion of a physician, licensed to practice medicine in the Cayman Islands, limits or impairs the person's ability to walk.
  • If you or a person, whom you regularly transport, qualifies for a Disabled Person Registration Plate or TAG, or have questions regarding the above stated conditions, please contact your physician for a disability assessment.
  • The Director of the Department of Vehicle & Drivers’ Licensing cannot take a decision to grant Disabled Persons TAGS or Registration Plates until a Doctor has completed a Disability Assessment (see bottom portion of application form - on overleaf).
  • Disabled Persons' Registration Plates will generally only be issued to:
  1. institutions directly concerned with the carriage of the Disabled (e.g. The Light House School), or
  2. In the case of a private vehicle, where it is clear that the vehicle in question is adapted and being used primarily for the transportation of PERMANENTLY DISABLED PERSON/S; AND,
  3. That the vehicle in question is the primary mode of transport for the disabled person (i.e. the intended beneficiary).

SectionS 119 & 14 (5) Traffic Act (2021 Revision)

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Disabled Applicant Details

NOTE: Only one set of Disabled Persons Plates may be issued

I, the undersigned, certify that I am

I, understand the provisions of The Traffic Act relating to Disabled Person Tags and Registration Plates.