Disabled Veteran (DV) License Plates
An eligible applicant may obtain one free set of Disabled Veteran license plate(s). No specialty plate, transfer, processing, or replacement plate/tab fees are due; delinquent renewal penalty applies.
An eligible applicant may obtain additional Disabled Veteran license plates. Additional plates shall be subject to all registration and personalization fees including registration, processing, transfer, replacement, second plate, reservations, and renewal penalty fees.
An applicant with multiple Disabled Veteran license plates may convert one paid registration to a no fee registration upon surrender of the no fee plate(s).
To qualify for Disabled Veteran specialty license plates, you must be a Missouri resident who has served in and was honorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces.
The Disabled Veteran license plates do not allow parking in disabled parking spots unless they display the wheelchair accessibility symbol.
How to Apply for Regular Disabled Veteran License Plates
To apply for Disabled Veteran license plates, you must submit:
- A completed and signed Application for Missouri Military Personalized License Plates (Form 4601); and
- A statement from the United States Department of Veteran Affairs, no more than one year old, stating your disability is service-connected. The letter must be directly from the VA, not a veteran's hospital or clinic. A letter from an attending physician at a Veteran's hospital or clinic is not acceptable documentation of a service-connected disability.
Personalized Disabled Veteran License Plates
If you prefer, your Disabled Veteran license plates can be personalized (instead of having a “stock” configuration). Even if you choose personalized plates, there is no personalized plate fee. Simply check the appropriate box on the form, and submit up to six configuration choices on the form.
Disabled Veteran License Plates with the Wheelchair Accessibility Symbol
The Disabled Veteran license plates do not allow parking in disabled parking spots unless they display the wheelchair accessibility symbol. If you are requesting the wheelchair accessibility symbol on the license plate, you must also submit an original, signed Physician’s Statement for Disabled License Plates/Placard (DOR-1776) from an advanced practice registered nurse, licensed physician, chiropractor, podiatrist, physical therapist, or optometrist, stating that the disability is permanent. The physician’s statement is valid for 90 days after completion by the physician.