CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles recently mailed about 65,000 biennial disabled parking placards and 7,000 annual motor vehicle/physically disabled license plate recertification applications.
The applications must be recertified by a physician. Failure to submit a recertification application will result in delay of the reissuance.
Applications are available at the DMV central and regional offices.
Motor vehicles/physically disabled license plates expire July 1 and placards expire on June 30.