Sec. 1. (a) An individual may apply for, receive, and display a disabled Hoosier veteran
license plate on the individual's vehicle for private and personal use if the individual,
as the result of having served in the armed forces of the United States, has:
(1) lost sight in both eyes or suffered permanent impairment of vision in both eyes
to the extent of being eligible for service connected compensation for the loss;
(2) suffered the loss of one (1) or both feet or the permanent loss of use of one
(1) or both feet;
(3) suffered the loss of one (1) or both hands or the permanent loss of use of one
(1) or both hands;
(4) a United States Department of Veterans Affairs disability rating for a physical
condition that precludes the individual from walking without pain or difficulty; or
(5) been rated by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs as being at least
fifty percent (50%) disabled and is receiving service related compensation from the
United States Department of Veterans Affairs. At least sixty percent (60%) of the disability rating under this subdivision must
be attributable to a mobility disability.
(b) An application for a disabled Hoosier veteran license plate must be accompanied
by a certificate from the:
(1) United States Department of Veterans Affairs; or
(2) appropriate branch of the armed forces of the United States;
confirming the eligibility of the individual submitting the application for the disabled
Hoosier veteran license plate.
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