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28-2408 - Special plates for hearing impaired persons; placard; definition
28-2408. Special plates for hearing impaired persons; placard; definition
A. The department shall issue to a hearing impaired person special plates that display a distinctive number assigned to the vehicle and to the vehicle owner or lessee and that indicate the owner or lessee of the vehicle is hearing impaired.
B. On application, the department shall issue a removable placard to a hearing impaired person at no additional charge for display in a vehicle operated by the hearing impaired person. The department shall design the placard and determine the required display of the placard.
C. For the purposes of this section, "hearing impaired person" means a person who cannot, with or without a hearing aid, hear and understand normal speech in optimal listening conditions and who submits to the department a certificate that is issued by a person licensed to practice medicine in this state or another state or by an audiologist certified by the American speech, language and hearing association and that states the applicant is hearing impaired.