Part 1 - To be completed by the Applicant or Guardian (please print)
Parking Permit Application
(Blue Zone Parking Application Form)
P. O. Box No.
Part 2 - To be completed by a Medical Practitioner or Nurse Practitioner
A Person is eligible to hold an Accessible Parking Permit if s/he meets one or more of the following:
Province Postal Code Telephone
Email Address (optional) Date of Birth
Signature of Applicant/Guardian
I certify that the applicant meets one or more of the criteria for a Permanent Temporary
Accessible Parking Permit.
Under authority of the Highway Traffic Act (HTA), personal information is collected for the purpose of issuing an Accessible Parking
Permit. Section 6 of the HTA allows Motor Registration Division to disclose an applicant’s personal information to other health
professionals for the purpose of medical assessments related to permit eligibility. Any questions relating to this privacy statement
can be directed to the Motor Registration Division at 1-877-636-6867.
Signature of Medical/Nurse Practitioner
Name (Please Print)
For Office Use Only
Approved Rejected Permit Number
Service NL, Motor Registration Division, P. O. Box 8777, St. John’s, NL A1B 3T2
Telephone 1-877-636-6867 Fax (709) 729-4360 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Has lost the use of or has significant limitations in one or more lower extremities or has a designated
disease/disorder which substantially impairs/interferes with mobility and CANNOT walk 50 meters;
Has lung disease and the forced respiratory expiratory volume for one second, when measured by
spirometry, is less than one liter, or the arterial oxygen tension is less than sixty (60) mm/hg on room
air at rest;
Has a cardiac condition and his/her functional limitations are classified in severity as Class III or
Class IV, according to standards set by the Canadian Heart Association or requires the use of a
wheelchair or special transit facility;
Has a visual or other impairment which requires specialized access to ensure safety.
Please Note: Under Section 174.1(1) of the Highway Traffic Act, you are required to make a report to
the Registrar if, in your opinion, a driver’s medical condition could affect his/her ability
to operate a motor vehicle safely. That report must include his/her name, address, date
of birth and clinical condition.