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Disabled Placards\Plates
Applying for Disability Plates
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The Motor Vehicle Office will officially re-open to the general public on Monday,
July 13th. For a time we will be open from 7am-4:30pm, this is an hour earlier than usual; this will help to meet everyone's vehicle needs. We strongly encourage
everyone that has transactions that can be handled through the mail to do so!
This will really help to keep the Motor Vehicle office and hallway compliant with
social distancing and will help to keep employees & patrons healthy, safe & feeling secure in their surroundings! Thank you!
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    In order to apply for a placard, obtain a Handicap/Disabled form from the County Treasurer's Office or print a form from Kansas Revenue, form TR 159, and take it to your doctor for completion.  Return the signed application to the Treasurer's Office or mail to the Franklin County Treasurer, 315 S. Main, Ottawa, KS 66067-2335, or place it in the County's Stainless Steel drop box located on the front lawn of the Historic Courthouse. The placard will then be mailed to you, or you may bring the application to the office and be given the placard at that time, at no fee.

    When applying for a plate, obtain a Handicap/Disabled form from the County Treasurer's Office or print a form from Kansas Revenue, form TR 159, and take it to your doctor for completion.  Request for a disabled license plate must be made in person.  Present the license plate registered to your vehicle, your current registration, and proof of current Kansas Liability Insurance.  Your current registration plate will then be surrendered in exchange for a disabled plate.  The fee is $6.50.

Each disabled person is allowed to have one disabled plate and one placard, (or) two disabled placards.