You may hear a parking placard referred to as a hanger. 

If you are a person who has a disability, you may be interested in a parking placard or license plate for people with disabilities. You may find more information about these placards and plates on the Disabled Placard and License Plate Application (SCDMV Form RG-007A) and the Organization Disabled Placard and License Plate Application (SCDMV Form RG-007B)

Parking Placards

If a licensed doctor certified that you have a disability, you are eligible for a parking placard. If you're interested in applying for a placard you must have a current South Carolina beginner's permit, driver's license, or identification card. If you do not have one, you must apply for it before you may receive your placard.

You should bring all of the following to an SCDMV branch or mail them to the address below:

SCDMV
Registration
PO Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016-0019

  • Completed Disabled Placard and License Plate Application (SCDMV Form RG-007A)
    If you're not interested in a license plate, you can leave Section 3 blank.
    • Select whether you're requesting an original, renewal, or replacement
    • Section 4 must be completed by a license doctor
  • Prescription order for the parking placard written by the same person who signed Section 4
  • $1
    Make checks out to the SCDMV. Do not mail cash.

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You may only use a parking placard if you're the person who's photograph is on it. You must keep the placard registration certificate in your vehicle when you're using the placard.

License Plates

If a licensed doctor certified that you have a disability, you are eligible for a license plate. If you're interested in applying for a plate, you must have a current South Carolina beginner's permit, driver's license, or identification card. If you do not have one, you must apply for it before you may receive your plate.

You should bring all of the following to an SCDMV branch or mail them to the address below:

SCDMV
Registration
PO Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016-0019

  • Complete all sections of the Disabled Placard and License Plate Application (SCDMV Form RG-007A)
    • Select whether you're requesting an original, renewal, or replacement
    • Section 4 must be completed by a licensed doctor
  • Prescription order for the plate written by the same person who signed Section 4
  • $20 (regular vehicle), $10 (motorcycle)
    Make checks out to the SCDMV. Do not mail cash.

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Organizations Requesting Parking Placards or License Plates

Parking Placards

If you're a business or organization that, as part of your business, regularly transport people who have disabilities, you may receive a parking placard.

You may only receive one placard per vehicle that's registered in your business's or organization's name. You must complete the Organization Disabled Placard and License Plate Application (SCDMV Form RG-007B). It is $1 per placard.

You may mail the completed application and your payment(s), made out to the SCDMV, to the address below:

SCDMV
Registration
PO Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016-0019

License Plates

If you're a business or organization that, as part of your business, regularly transport people who have disabilities, you may receive a license plate for vehicles designed and equipped to transport people who have disabilities. 

You may only receive one plate per vehicle that's registered in your business's or organization's name. You must complete the Organization Disabled Placard and License Plate Application (SCDMV Form RG-007B). You do not have to submit certification from a licensed doctor. It is $20 per plate every two years.

You may mail the completed application and your payment(s), made out to the SCDMV, to the address below:

SCDMV
Registration
PO Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016-0019